mmcc’s review published on Letterboxd:
The best a current-era, thinly stretched, content-generating Disney product can be really. Actually presents an understanding of space, movement, composition and design and even has the courage to really linger and revel in some of it. Lots of ways it could be imagined this might be better but getting into it is basically redundant. Still, when the elements of 90s Tsui Hark or Zhang Yimou's Hero crack through the aggravatingly schematic nature of the thing, it's hard not to think that it kind of goes.