Seth Austin’s review published on Letterboxd :
To his credit, Verbinski frames his narrative with a vivid, multisensory environment. Sadly, he can't help but colour outside the lines. For what A Cure for Wellness lacks in procedural focus, it makes up for in rich, texturally grotesque imagery. However, the magnetism of it's superficial elements (cinematography and sound design) are undercut by a messy, directionless plot that doesn't so much culminate, but instead just... ends. I love puzzles, but this one's missing too many pieces to satisfy. At two hours in, I was still asking myself,
"What the fuck is going on?"
...and maybe that's the point, but I felt cheated out of a coherent story. If I wanted a series of vignettes depicting a plotless nightmare, I'd save myself the money and watch a Flying Lotus music video instead.