Jak-Luke Sharp’s review published on Letterboxd:
"You can't stop what's coming. Death always wins"
The world building, depth, plot, intrigue and character just isn't here - it never turns up. 30min went by and while it felt like an hour at least it didn't give any details on what's actually happening or whose who. This scenario is a difficult task to pull off, most notably Nolan's Dunkirk did a fantastic job at dropping its audience in at the deep end and making them work, but here it's not existent and the attempt is so poor it's a joke. The film is incredibly predictable and boring. You'll see the finale coming miles away and with the actors they have, it makes it all the more disappointing.