dazfa’s review published on Letterboxd:
One thing I aim not to do is write reviews for films I haven't technically seen in full, even if it was only a brief snooze in the middle (had a late one last night), but I also want to catch this one in good time.
There's no denying the technical aspects, and it's more interesting than the majority of films that just make you marvel at the sheer scale of it™️. Some of the shots are stunning, and no doubt there's much to admire when you soak in all the details. I love lots of films: the funny, the strange, the dark, the uncanny, the provocative, the cerebral, the silly. But I rarely love them because they made me say 'wow'.