Raul Marques’s review published on Letterboxd:
Escapism done right. A highly romanticized and stylized portrait of both a new phase in a person's life and a whole era, with just the perfect balance between profoundly amusing gibberish and tidbits of character growth and magnificently integrated philosophy. The three guys with the most screen time, Blake Jenner, J. Quinton Johnson and, specially, Glen Powell, alongside the short, but equally great, participation of Zoey Deutch, are all insanely charming in their roles, and it's hard to imagine a future where at least one of them doesn't becomes a huge star. Also, as far as actors rapping for a movie go, the mid-credit song is surprisingly not terrible.