Spencer Anderson’s review published on Letterboxd:
Not sure if I like this one better or worse than the original, but it doesn't really matter. So well crafted in how it alternates back and forth to connect threads between the past and present. That was really lost in The Epic and nice to be able to see again as intended.
Maxwell was slightly impatient with this since it was so long and he wanted to play video games with his friends. He still liked it, but it was hilarious when Fredo did something near the end and Maxwell goes "well oh yeah, he's definitely dead."