Steve Dickson’s review published on Letterboxd:
Third watch and this time gave the 4k disc a go. It’s almost unwatchable as the film is so dark. It has the odd amazing looking moment but the majority is so hard to see anything. It is a bright day here and it might look better in darker conditions. Even then it should be better and the grading of the film had always been a huge problem. They spent so much and you can’t see so much of it and I find it a bit frustrating. The film has some decent moments but the whole messy production shows. Would love to see what it was meant to look like before they changed directors.