kendall’s review published on Letterboxd:
Let’s get this clear… this movie is a perfectly acceptable airplane movie.
This is the kind of movie that I watch on a long flight and the slowly drift off too as the story goes on. Funnily enough this basically sums up the progression of this movie. The first two acts aren’t the worst thing I’ve seen, but as soon as the third act kicked in, I was nodding off in my chair. Filled with cringeworthy dialogue, bad writing, and even more mediocre acting, this movie, as Netflix’s most expensive movie to date feels more like a big waste of money than a selling point for the platform.
Is it as bad as everyone says it is? Maybe? But I think it depends on the context you watch it in.