Steven’s review published on Letterboxd :
If you have seen the trailer, then it would be no spoiler to point out that this remake of the 1977 cult classic is the kind of film that has a big finale. But in this film’s big finale, I found myself trying to keep track of the personnel (as in, “ok wait, if that is so-and-so, then who or what is THAT? I thought there where three of those, not four!”) instead of being taken in by the spectacle. The problem here is not so much narrative incoherence as a lack of commitment to a consistent level of narrative incoherence. The story feels like a table that’s missing a leg, wobbling precipitously for two and a half hours as it attempts to prop up an hour’s worth of setpieces and moments that the filmmakers thought would be really cool.
On the plus side: the soundtrack.