Katherine J’s review published on Letterboxd:
I know this is a pretty divisive film, but I ultimately enjoyed it. Sometimes you just need a weird puzzle box, a big budget Primer, the weirdest James Bond movie.
This is totally a popcorn flick, and I think being in the theater would have made this even more fun. The subplot with Debecki's character was ... maximum Nolan. Everything about this movie is Maximum Nolan.
Sure, it falls apart if you think about it too hard, but I honestly really loved the action sequences. Those took advantage of the premise in fun and interesting ways, and for me, it made me want to watch it again so I can see how they look again, knowing what I know now.