Aaron Prescott’s review published on Letterboxd:
A movie that just wants to have fun and spread a bit of goodwill. Plus the mall montage in the last act of the movie is an almost perfect time capsule of 80s consumerism.
At its finest it just feels like incredibly genuine doofiness that you just can't fake. At its worst, this messy little adventure is held together by a lot of nostalgia.
At least the time travel makes more sense than THE TERMINATOR franchise.