Keenan Tamblyn’s review published on Letterboxd:
This movie is way gayer than I thought it was going to be, like waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay gayer and not in the generic and frustrating queer-baity fan service way it usually is, Promare is OVERT in it's queer themes.
Like hmmm I wonder what symbol we should use to represent an oppressed group of people lead by an ultra femme leather-clad guy who have to hide their true identities from the public lest they become a complete outcast who's persecuted by the government? I know a PINK FUCKING TRIANGLE.
Anyway Promare isn't very far removed stylistically from other Studio Trigger titles, if you've seen any Gurren Lagann or Kill La Kill you can expect something really similar here. But if like me, you don't really have the patience to sit through an entire season of an anime like you could at 16 and would rather a filler-free 2 hour rollercoaster ride with amazing, colourful, kaledescopic animation then strap in cause Promare's great.