paul a.’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is in no way a good movie, but it's one I'm willing to vibe with. At least there's an actual vision here, albeit a dumb one that frequently makes horrible choices. There's something almost thrilling in watching a film that's at any moment about to come crashing down, like actual risk is being taken. I was never bored, which is something I can't say about a single other superhero movie released in the last six years, so take that as far as you can. Would actually be on this film's side totally if it wasn't for the 50 million things this was trying to accomplish at once. Since there's so many balls being juggled, every scene feels disconnected from the last. It makes for entertainingly stupid moments in an overall average film.