Nathan’s review published on Letterboxd:
I have to admit that Keaton's films run together for me, but they're all good (at least the pre-MGM ones), and some are great or near-great.
This was my second encounter with this one because the Cohen blu-ray came in the mail today, and I must confess I don't even find it particularly funny at all. But once the hurricane hits, everything that happens is just utterly extraordinary and miraculous to gaze upon. It's all pure manic ridiculous spectacle but thanks to its brevity, that's never anything but a virtue.