Ryan Daniel’s review published on Letterboxd:
The first third of this movie doesn’t feel real. It’s great when nobody’s talking but as soon as someone opens their mouth some weird ass figures of speech that nobody has ever heard before come pouring out, and one figure of speech is always answered by another, and then another, and then another. Before you know it, a whole scene has gone by and you have no idea what the hell anybody was talking about.
It’s a cool action movie and not much else. I definitely wish they had sped up the pacing at certain points, it gets a little tiring seeing the same event 5 times from 5 different perspectives, especially when it’s the least interesting part of the movie. It wasn’t bad, but not my cup of tea.