Diego Roque’s review published on Letterboxd:
I don't get the complaints of some people regarding this movie. After seeing Green Book, I ended up with a big smile on my face.
This movie has a sense of joy, and it's heartwarming and charming. The script explores the unlikely friendship of two men that desperately need this working relationship to evolve as human beings and understand the perspectives of each other, and yes, the film deals racism or classism but never goes deeper into that because I believe that would harm the core of the story. I mean, there are other movies that dig into those themes and Green Book doesn't want to go in that route and at least for me, that's fine.
The film has a lot of sense of humor sprinkled throughout, this works thanks to the chemistry between Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali. Some moments in the film were hard, but the situations were handled with care. This is a feel-good movie and for that reason I loved it.