DitDots’s review published on Letterboxd:
Pretty good! i love the stylistic animation. I found it kinda funny how much i related to the girl because of how much she wanted to leave her family and be on her own. Also holy shit we finally get some good LGBT representation? Sony also actually approved the character design of a girl with a pride pin on her jacket, disney would never. i hope more animated movies for kids do what this did when it comes to LGBT representation, not include a random gay background character with a few lines of dialogue and short enough to cut it for china and call it "representation". Huge props for sony for this, i just know alot of conservative parents are going to whine about it but whatever. It's not a huge thing in the movie but small things like that really makes me smile. But yeah, pretty good movie, i had a fun time.
One thing that bothered me though was the voice actor for the little brother. it did not fit him at all, it was honestly distracting and they should've gotten a different voice actor.