Garrett’s review published on Letterboxd:
The action is all handled very well, The 3D and high frame actually worked. It looked really good.
The CGI Will Smith looks mostly good
A few interesting themes about morality, and confronting your past
The couple parts of terrible CGI at the end. The actual ending scenes are very weird because everyone is acting out of character.
The goofy gaps in the logic. The film sets up a few rules and ideas and doesn't always follow them.
The actual story is sometimes derivative, lots of exposition given in a boring way.
Clive Owen sucks