Glenn Heath Jr.’s review published on Letterboxd:
This has only gotten better with some time. Won't be for everyone, but it certainly was everything for me. First graph from my CityBeat review to be published next week:
Star Trek famously described space as the final frontier. Ad Astra, an intergalactic odyssey that refuses to glamorize exploration, sees it as the final responsibility. But mankind’s self-inflicted burden, which feeds a desperate need to find fresh resources, search for alien intelligence, and conquer far off lands, comes with a steep emotional cost. It’s especially true for the children of parents who’d rather escape into dark galactic realms of self-mythologizing than deal with the realities of everyday life.