Thanks for the download. Here's my take on it.
A dystopian and quite ludicrous video game shoot-em-up that struggles in vain – just like its protagonists – to escape the one-dimensional, superficial prison that it erects. It is also, for such an action-packed movie, incredibly boring and not in the least bit thrilling or suspenseful. We know what’s going to happen, and it’s difficult to care (about the cardboard cut-out characters or anything else) when it does. The directionless direction, routine cinematography and poor quality lighting don’t help much either! (The use of archetypal classical music over scenes of murder and mayhem makes for a darkly amusing contrast, though it’s hard to say whether this is intentional or not.) The vast majority of critics resoundingly approve of this film, all the while projecting their own social and moral analyses onto it, just as they did with the equally hollow Parasite, but all their allusions are an illusion. There really is nothing to see here (that hasn’t been done before, and done so much better). Check out the review in Slant Magazine, which manages to ignore the herd mentality and give an accurate appraisal.