Mia’s review published on Letterboxd:
There's nuggets in here that almost feel like they COULD be salvaged into a better movie. Despite the script the actors are generally trying, theres modest attempts-ish at fun characters (attempts!!), and there are some occasionally quite good (rarely, even GREAT) shots and visuals. If Ayer thinks he could and ought to cut together a better version of this that doesn't physically offend your senses, I don't doubt it could be significantly improved, but even if you tidy this shit up it'll probably only be able to max out a little below the sequel, which is also not great. Like its successor, suffers from a disgustingly awful plot and narrative threads that are so uninteresting, unparsable, and inscrutable. Unfixable and unlikable at the core. Enchantress though is still the hottest and coolest character ever put to film.