Tais Nøhr Larsen’s review published on Letterboxd:
Beautiful and mesmerizing. Midsommar is more artsy then Asters previous masterpiece Hereditary. That does not necessarily make it more boring though.
The characters are what drives the show and they do so with excellence. The acting, the directiong and the manuscript all come together to make some of the most three dimentional characters I have seen in a while.
Especially the portrait of anxiety was just beautifully realistic.
This should be watched in a cinema or at least without interruptions for you to get properly lost in Ari Asters amazing folk-horror universe.