Alex Leonce’s review published on Letterboxd:
An epic mixed bag of proportions.
Scott and Wolski's craftmanship is unmatched, with TREMENDOUS visuals of scale and the score is suitably orchestral. While the performances are solid, Scott can't have it both ways, where he casted POC's in supporting roles/extras, and mainly white people in leads.
Aside from that, the story takes...um, different turns, for better or worse (mainly the Red Sea sequence, beautiful, but not as expected), certain plot elements are incredibly rushed and not well-developed (rushed and slow-paced at the same time) and lastly, some of the actors didn't do much, especially Sigourney Weaver.