Zap’s review published on Letterboxd:
I feel a little silly doing my first review of this on my second viewing, but that's okay.
Wes is undeniably Wes with this film, but I don't think I liked it as much this time around. It has an incredible re-watchability just based on the craft of it all, but the characters don't hold my attention as well as I thought they would. I felt real feelings at the same moments, but overall I felt a little less engaged with what was going on and more engaged with the design and craft of each scene and movement.
I shouldn't compare to Fantastic Mr. Fox, but honestly it's helpful because I never got lost in the craft of that film. I get lost in the story every single time.
Personal opinion, and it might change on the next viewing.
I'm back, bitches.