Chinar’s review published on Letterboxd:
A worthy sequel that stands on its own without the formidable backbone of the first film. It's excellent in its own right but it's strange to me that people see this as one of the best films ever, or even better than the first. I can't think of a single aspect of the film that was better in Part 2 (except maybe Pacino's performance but that's debatable). Not to say anything was bad, far from it. Everything was actually fantastic, just always a nudge below the first.