Aaron Michael’s review published on Letterboxd:
Basically a sarcastic Wikpedia page, so yeah, it's bad. Is it really possible that Adam McKay believes his filmmaking to be a form of activism? I can see this appealing to people who don't read about current events or history, but the people who know what it's talking about won't appreciate the condescension or the comedy and the people who the movie is wagging the finger at either won't see this or won't realize they're the problem. What a waste!