Diogo Brüggemann’s review published on Letterboxd:
I'm surprised so many people liked this ugly lackluster of a movie.
I mean, ugly because the visual is ugly and the CGI is bad. And lackluster because the development of the characters is weak and the plot if full of clichés (including double "fridging"). That's shame, since the universe created and the premisse of the movie are good, and I also loved the diverse cast. However, I couldn't help but feel disappointed that at the end of 2 and a half hours I couldn't remember the name of a single character. Anyway, I like the music choices.