Tais Nøhr Larsen’s review published on Letterboxd:
The first two acts of this film is great. In the thirds, however, the movie does rap up too quickly and that in turn makes it feel consequenceless. There is no PTSD or aftermath whatsoever.
Phillip Seymour Hoffman could have been the series' best villian if we had got to know him and his motives. The other villian has barely any motive at all either and what he does have makes no sense. Both of them are offed during five minutes being so much of an anticlimax that it makes me feel like J.J. Abrams was in a hurry to finish up.