James (Schaffrillas)’s review published on Letterboxd:
Probably the weakest story in the series yet, one that barely feels like it escalates the overall stakes of the series compared to what 2 and 3 did. This wouldn't be a major complaint had this movie been clocked in at around 120 minutes, but unfortunately this chapter comes across as frustratingly bloated, leaving me tapping my foot waiting for the next action sequence to kick in.
But it still gets a positive score because the action was sick as ever and it was cool to see shots with actual colors and personality. On those fronts, this is probably the series' high point. And I like the guy with the dog :)