C.J.’s review published on Letterboxd:
The most nihilistic film to come from a major studio in I don't know how long? When films can't escape being contextualized and recontexualized by our current state of affairs, Jarmusch makes a film that just gives up, finding itself too hopeless at what lies ahead to even pretend to give a damn about the here and now. Subtlety doesn't matter anymore. Conventions are pointless. Escapism is impossible. Nothing matters.
In other words, I liked it!