Jackson’s review published on Letterboxd:
I just love the premise of this one. Two people stuck on a large boat together and alone. And Keaton makes the most of this premise. However, if you are planning on watching this and reading reviews before hand, be warned that there is some insane racism at the end of the movie involving a bunch of black actors dressed up as tribal cannibals and Keaton has to fend them off. This leads to some comedic set pieces, like where he sets up a small cannon but a rope connected to the cannon gets stuck around his foot and Keaton just runs around with the cannon always pointing at him as the fuse runs down, but those last 15 minutes are marred by the blatant racism.