If you ask me, this film is pretty underrated. I was never bored, and even if the satire isn't quite as scathing as it should be, the deaths are inventive when they happen, and there's some effective biting wit in parts. The production and costume design are brilliant, and so are the performances, for the most part.
I'm glad it's possible to give a film no stars, because this is one that doesn't deserve any kind of praise. If you're the sort of person who finds a dog dabbing funny then you might enjoy this, but I'm sure you wouldn't be any older than two. Will Arnett looks embarrassed to be involved, and frankly so does everyone else. It's torturously unfunny. The characters would be paper thin if there were any real characters in the film at…
It's pretty hard to write a review of this now because, frankly, I was quite overwhelmed by it. There's a hell of a lot going on in this one, but the next thing about it is that they took some real narrative risks. The opening is very dour, and although there are moments of brevity the overarching mood of the film is bleak. It will please fans a lot, and I think on second viewing, I'll appreciate the scope of this film a lot more. It's better than Infinity War, and it's probably the best Marvel film to date.