What was once shocking now just elicits a shrug. — Chris Nashawaty, Entertainment Weekly The year’s most unpleasant movie.
Globe and Mail
can’t decide what it wants to be when it grows up: a vessel for unhinged vengeance and destruction or a meta-critique of those same impulses.
Washington Post Writer-director Jeff Wadlow establishes a premise and follows it without compromise, but the trail leads to a very ugly place. In the end, the journey wasn’t really worth it.
— Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle It revels in carnage while lacking the visual style and gleeful humour of the original.
— Claudia Puig, USA Today