Paul Elliott’s review published on Letterboxd:
Space Jam: A New Legacy is a corporate commodity that's more concerned with product placement than telling a good story. The narrative, which is more of an outline than anything else, sees basketball player LeBron James getting sucked into the Warner Bros. mainframe, known as the Serververse. He ends up in the land of The Looney Tunes, where he recruits Bugs Bunny and his friends for help with a mission to win a basketball game. Unfortunately, the film has no idea what to do with the decades of characters milling about the perimeters of the frame at any given time, and the genuinely abysmal comedic writing holds back the screwball originality that cemented The Looney Tunes as a facet of pop culture. Space Jam: A New Legacy is a lazy and soulless piece of corporate greed run amuck that's terrible in just about every way.