From the critic, John Beifuss:
"Its skillfully constructed scene-setting montages, its fraught, gliding camera moves and attractive compositions seem judgmental, suggesting the filmmakers are superior to and more sensitive, certainly, than the characters."
So what you're saying is that you would have enjoyed the movie more if the filmmakers unskillfully constructed the scenes? If it had unattractive composition? Shouldn't this attention to detail imply that the characters and the people they represent should be taken seriously, instead of your completely opposite assumption?
I find it strange you are negatively critiquing a film due to its inherent quality and not due to its LACK of quality, the former of which, as a critic, you SHOULD be doing.