Will Sloan’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is a parable about the movie industry. Prickly, vulnerable, flesh-and-blood creatives like Will Smith are being phased out and replaced by compliant, ageless Intellectual Property. And thanks to advances in technology, even the stars themselves will become IP. Studios will be able to own/manipulate their images long after they are dead. Clive Owen is Bob Iger.
I saw this in High Frame Rate 3D. I would probably hate this format if it became the norm, but as a once-in-a-blue-moon novelty I had a great time. Lots of neat 3D effects and compositions. I liked the scenes with water, and the motorcycle chase.