Alex🪓’s review published on Letterboxd:
Gotta love seeing Raimi's visual signatures present here and there. Sure, it's insanely uneven, plus there's loads of CGI nothingness, bland set pieces, and a not so good screenplay. But the positives outweigh the drawbacks in the end, especially due to a pinch of charm (Xochitl Gomez brings a lot to the table in this regard), enjoyable camp, and some interestingly done cameos.
In some ways, this felt too empty for me to truly love. But hey, it was a really good time, I'm glad I saw it. Not a must-watch in theaters, but I'm sure that enhanced the experience a bit. Sam Raimi make more movies please
Recommended if you're an MCU enjoyer, and tentatively so if you like Raimi :)