Chris Voss’s review published on Letterboxd:
The 4K is sensational, as is the way Parks films New York as a living, breathing character in the film. Roundtree remains a force of nature in the film, helped by the way Parks utilizes closeups to really mythologize the players. Script-wise things are still somewhat convoluted and messy, and the end is still abrupt, but those are small quibbles for a film that struck such a nerve and continues to reverberate in cinema today.
Plus that score just never stops, does it?