Timothy Evans’s review published on Letterboxd:
The new favourite movie for Funko Pop! collectors everywhere, gamers who think video game cutscenes are comparable to cinema and basic film fans who like their pop culture college-dorm-room-poster-ready and no earlier than 1982.
If this film were a video game, the excruciating experience of sitting through it was like watching an insufferable nerd playing with infinite continues.
The Oasis is supposed to offer you a perfect version of yourself, beyond the limits of your imagination, yet all the avatars look shittier than the real-life players and far uglier than anything concocted by Jim Cameron.