Fitz’s review published on Letterboxd:
One of Carpenter’s strongest traits is how he can direct films that can be either incredibly dark or light hearted. Big Trouble in Little China stands tall as arguably his most entertaining film. The script, actors and direction are all so on point. Its tone is just so perfectly executed, its comedy elements are as surprising as they are delightful. Once you get over Big Trouble in Little China’s borderline insane plot than you’ll find a hugely enjoyable experience. An under-appreciated romp that deserves a place in the annals of eighties action comedy.