Matt Stryker’s review published on Letterboxd:
There are a number of great performances here but I’m gonna shout out a particular appreciation for Ken Leung this time around. An actor that consistently proves an understanding to uphold the whole. This is a film that lives and dies on the audience’s ability to
get on board with broad metaphors and allegory and
his rhythms and cadences constantly find a fit for the surreal nature of this world and premise. No this is not how people talk and no that’s not necessarily to a movie’s interest. Leung helps you arrive at this beach.
Also there’s a CU of Shyamalan late in this film that’s so braisen, I wanted to applaud both times I saw it in the theater.