Andrew’s review published on Letterboxd:
A lot of fun, a lot of laziness.
I am one of those people who can enjoy the bad things and it not be a problem. I enjoyed this for what it was, but man it was just so sloppy, especially towards the end. At first I thought we were just going to get a bunch of random quick fights and stuff, however, they laced in lazy backstory that was supposed to make us feel for the characters?
I don’t know, it was a jumbled mess due to the fact that it didn’t know what it wanted to be. The entire last act of the film was so laughably out there. Like, what? Also, I was exhausted by that point & it just continued to drag on.
Not awful, not great, just fine.