Frank Ritz’s review published on Letterboxd:
With everything I'd been watching of late, I started to question if this was truly my favorite film of all time. It'd been a little over two years since I last watched it, and I just felt somewhat out of step with Kubrick. I was foolish to ever think anything differently. A transcendent experience unlike anything else, and the perfect companion piece to It's a Wonderful Life. Both, somehow, are saying the same things, just one is purely focusing on the heart, and one the brain. The individual experience vs. the cosmic. Nothing will ever do it like this did, and I'm grateful to exist when this does too.
I am complete.