nicolas :)’s review published on Letterboxd:
A bit drunk right now but I LOVED how much creative control Sam Raimi was given over this. There are some truly great sequences in this and the final battle for once is not a cheap MCU CGI battle, but an actual Sam Raimi horror CGI battle.
Found pretty much everything that wasn't classic Raimi to be the same dull MCU content we're always getting, but it's definitely getting better and better in my head the more I'm thinking about it.
The third act just really won me over, and Xochitl Gomez is a great addition to the franchise.