Matt N.’s review published on Letterboxd:
A strong end to the trilogy that takes us back to the 17th century and then throws in some twists along the way. I liked the conceit of reusing the actors in these new roles.
My complaints are small and the same as the previous films: I find these very unambitious in terms of their visuals, and again there's no sense of being in a different time period. I wish the creativity that was put into the script went into other aspects of the production as well. At least this one doesn't have songs starting up every few minutes.
I've had great fun watching this trilogy and while they are hardly ground breaking they do exactly what they set out to. I'd love to see more.