Samuel Chitty’s review published on Letterboxd:
Buoyed by Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Favourite, I went into this hoping for something with definite flavour and flair despite its period trappings.
Often, historical dramas hinder realism and resonance under a claustrophobic formality. And while to some extent Greta Gerwig succumbs to this, the end result remains amicably entertaining, appropriately incisive at times, and even (admittedly) resonant.
Sidenote: the offical second entry to the FPWAFCCU (Florence Pugh wears a flower crown cinematic universe)