Dennis Duffy’s review published on Letterboxd:
Makes the move of taking the series back to its origins in a way that to be honest, did throw me off for a bit like I’d been told it would. More of a greatest hits that undoes or straight up discards much of what occurred in RETRIBUTION while also opting for a major stylistic change. Trades in the smooth and fluid action filmmaking of the two previous films for something much more frantic. Not as much an emphasis on space but the set pieces are cut tighter and more rapidly than any of the previous entries, giving it a much more visceral effect.