Noah Dunlap’s review published on Letterboxd:
Millie Bobby B is always delightful, and the story is fun and corny with an important message packaged for a YA crowd. Thought the overall style/narrative was far too heavy handed though. I don’t love it when multiple characters are shallow aside from servicing a political caricature. There were some great moments though, particularly towards the end. Helena Bonham Carter is the queen of stunning performances with minimal screen time.