David Gavilan’s review published on Letterboxd :
I guess it’s fun to watch & pass the time, and it makes good use of 3D since, hey, most of the movie is basically a video game. I’d assume it was made to sell VR headsets? There was a commercial of Playstation VR just before the movie started.
The movie contains many references to video games, but also to other media, like music or movies (“pop culture”). There’s a nice 3D reconstruction of a famous old movie. I’m not going to spoil it, but I was surprised by how good it looked in 3D. There are also references to Japanese video games and animation.
The story is kinda cheesy and predictable, but predictable is better than trying to be smart and messing it up, so I’m fine with that.