Murphy Kenefick’s review published on Letterboxd:
Very leaden first half that introduces too much thematically and has scenes that could be cut out altogether. The second half however flipped completely and was engrossing. Left me to work through all the setups on my own while focusing on the action and suspense which was very well executed. Don't really know what it's productively saying about spectacle or exploitation or whatever, but I'm sure there's something in there somewhere. Really enjoyed the music and certain design choices that I don't want to spoil. For every satisfying plot set-up and payoff, there's another topic that doesn't really lead anywhere, so it evens out.