Dean Walker’s review published on Letterboxd:
This movie seems like the pinnacle of a sub-genre of time loop movies. You get to skip to the fun part of the person in the loop is an expert of it and no longer cares while simultaneously giving you the fun of someone coming to grips with their surroundings.
There is maybe one more step in this sub-genre, just stipulating one day and showing it from a completely outside perspective, but this is the best evolution of the time-loop I’ve seen since the original Groundhog Day, only improved by all the tiny details added.
Although the plot is done a little weirdly and it isn’t paced amazingly, but it does a good job at exploring the psychological terror that a time loop would truly be, as well as some in-depth look at the characters.