G Doyle’s review published on Letterboxd:
OH MY, THAT SONG ....they really needed Tippett this time... just on effects that is. When this gets to the desert island part of the film it starts to feel competent and framed. Then it shits the bed with heavy religious symbolism which feels like a rewrite.
Cinema 4D work in this attraction is practically a Panasonic 3DO CD-Rom Demo. I was waiting for the final supreme bug just to be that pipes windows 98 screensaver.