Teddy Roberts’s review published on Letterboxd:
Honestly, the biggest praise I can give this is it's actually trying.
Some things in it feel so far up its own keester that it's starting to see the light of day, but it has value in what it presents to us in terms of technical and physical aspects. Although I guess I'd expect a film made by stuntmen to be well-choreographed and packed with impressive stunts.
But granted, it is hard to get over moments that should be emotionally resonant, but fall completely flat simply because of how they're presented.
Anyway, none of this I say really gives a crap because the ending is just a big giant middle finger to us all.
So honestly, maybe that's the biggest praise I can give it.