I loved all of it up until the ending. I think this would have been a beautiful tragedy with everyone self-sacrificing themselves, and I genuinely thought that's what the movie was telling us was going to happen. Then they completely 180 in the last few minutes and it confuses the entire message they were attempting to set up. Diluting it to "machines bad, humanity good". It was so dang close to being amazing, but I think they remade the ending rushed. Never felt like a movie ending was rewritten because it made the audience sad until now.
A super fun and silly movie. Not meant to be taken too seriously, it's just a kooky doctor doing what he does best. I would have liked if it took a risk of delving into PTSD and emotional abuse more, but it was a good time. Very kid friendly with several jokes only adults would understand. Had a great time watching it, RDJ did very well imo.
I felt the character building was forced and often skipped over. Story as a whole was cool, but I don't think the main characters got very tuned into their characters for lack of a better word. Also that romance was completely unnecessary and I think detracted from the movie as a whole. It looks beautiful, but the characters leave you wanting.
Very funny and heartwarming story of two guys trying to figure out their lives. I genuinely think these critics must have been watching a different movie. Maybe it's a little preachy but what did they want? A guilt trip of a rich guy who wants to die?