Wilfred Lucas’s review published on Letterboxd:
Blindspotting is a stylishly powerful amalgamation of comedy and drama: utilizing this fusion to bolster its astonishing thematic depth and complexity. The film leaves the viewer with so much to think about: Collin's previous involvement in violence and subsequent guilt as a witness of police brutality, Miles' cultural appropriation of black culture and instigation of Collin's wrongdoings, the future of the youth in a world torn by racism, and the dread of being arrested by the police just because of your race. The intricate subject matter is propelled by fiery and earnest performances from Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal. The tone shifting is impressively executed well, and the rap and theatricality add an irresistible artistic flair.