Matt DeTurck’s review published on Letterboxd :
Some really nice bits, ideas, and imagery throughout. Some great creature design, and a few exciting broom-flights. But overall oddly paced, largely inconsequential, and kinda boring. A good dulcimer(?)-heavy score and some GREAT sound design. Really wanted to like it more than I did.
David Ehrlich has a really great review for IndieWire on why it's still a notable achievement, even though it's a "Ghibli knockoff"
[We saw the subtitled version]