Johnathon Smith’s review published on Letterboxd:
I watched a lot of Jim carry films when I was a kid and this was one of them. Loved jim carry. This is one of his funniest, over the top performances. A comic book adaptation that's very different from the comic, which was a violent, gory ,scary comic when I read it as a kid from the library. This has excellent effects, the film is like a cartoon and the whole film reminds me of dick tracy in its city architecture and gangsters and roger rabbit. The film is still good watching it as an adult. Some good musical numbers too.