Diogo Brüggemann’s review published on Letterboxd:
A lot of toxic men, guns, and the same song playing for 2 hours non-stop.
Of course there are some good aspects to this, the suspense was well constructed and the action scenes were intense. On the other hand, it's the same old story of revenge with the incredibly skilled protagonist who never dies and is miles ahead of everyone. Tiring and more of the same, as it is to be expected from Guy Ritchie. Also, no one is likable in this film.