Dylan Randazzo’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is so cool. A sci-fi film that doesn’t need to be anything too complex or cluttered with information, but in its simplicity, finds so many layers of playfulness in the camera shots, action choreography, and visual effects. Logan Marshall-Green is absolutely fantastic and really makes a name for himself in the lead role. Of course, there is some storytelling and character development that is sacrificed so the film can really showcase the cool tech stuff it has to offer, but honestly, it know I’m cool with that. I’ve said “cool” a bunch, so I’m just gonna cool down and finish this review here.