Michael Sicinski’s review published on Letterboxd:
I am pretty much the ideal audience for a film like this, and I admired what Perel was trying to accomplish historically and politically. But as a film, this is so half-assed. Wobbly, murky compositions, all obviously shot from inside a car, are so aesthetically negligible that at a certain point I simply tuned them out, listening to the list of corporate transgressions. Which makes me wonder what Corporate Responsibility actually offers that wouldn't be found in the transcript itself.