Alan Mattli’s review published on Letterboxd:
The moody first hour is pretty great, then the movie starts to get lost in its own head (and hazy plotting). Luckily, Reeves has assembled a very watchable cast, and the man knows how to stage a scene, so all in all, this delivers even once the narrative spark has gone out. Ultimately maybe a little underwhelming, but I did appreciate the fitfully glorious camerawork and the consistently fantastic set design. More superhero movies that don't feel like they were reverse-engineered in a boardroom, please.