Matt’s review published on Letterboxd:
Don't even know what to rate this. I've never felt that way about a movie before.
There's so much to appreciate here. That opening scene was incredible, probably my favourite scene in the movie. Pretty much all of the action scenes were great. The score was fantastic, although a little overbearing at times. I didn't think the mixing was a bad as people were saying, apart from the last 30 minutes or so where I couldn't make out what anyone was saying. The cinematography was good. Nothing too great, but good nonetheless.
I appreciate the complexity, but it's too much for it's own good. I just can't wrap my head around the concept. Most of the dialogue was just the characters trying to explain things to the audience, but it just doesn't help in my opinion.
Didn't think there were any glaring flaws anywhere, so I'd give it at the very least a 3/3.5, but I'm just going to leave it for now and hopefully rewatch it soon.