Stephen Gillespie’s review published on Letterboxd:
Just wonderful! It’s sharp, witty, intelligent and stunningly beautiful. The colour is sumptuous, the choreography entrancing and Donald O’Connor steals the entire show.
The Broadway number is a tad drawn out (and is, musically, at the weaker end of the repertoire) but even that has fabulous dancing and creative visuals to go with it. There’s also a touch of elitism to the treatment of Lina, certain canonical views around her a person about be and sound are a tiny bit uncomfortable. But this is mostly counterbalanced by her wider characterisation - you’re mostly against her because she sucks (though is brilliantly played).
All in all, just masterful stuff.