Jacob Knight’s review published on Letterboxd:
Deeply weird, idiosyncratic, full of often affecting warmth and existential melancholy. Plus, the action is consistently clear/clean (with a gattling gun attack that I’d kill to see in HFR 3D), and Benedict Wong gets to ham it up in a sidekick role. Like a great beach read, it’s casually thrilling, right down to a secret spy meeting over Bloody Marys. Weird to see folks snarking and dismissing an experimental toss off that’s this much fun. But hey, that’s how we engage with strange these days.