Ryan Cannister’s review published on Letterboxd:
All of that just for a Burger King ad?
‘78 > ‘66 > ‘94
Fun enough, but the triology never quite kept me as engaged or in suspense as I would have liked.
‘66 has some better dramatic moments, however it still suffers from the same character development, script, and pacing issues as the first two installments.
I just don’t feel like we get to know anyone!
Also idk, I get the choice to double cast the the main actors for ‘66 characters, but I personally would have preffered to see different actors in these parts. It would have added another level of intensity imo.
What do we think? Parts 4, 5, and 6 next summer?