If I find a review that seems to have a lot wrong with it, as in, I want to go through the review line by line and review it as if it had been a question, what action should I take?
A downvote is a good start, but it doesn't help explain what's wrong with it.
Comments could help in cases where one or two small things are wrong, but are no good for addressing a review with many problems, some of which might need a few lines of code to explain.
I could add an answer to the question and talk about all the things that are wrong with the other review, but I wouldn't be reviewing the OP's code, so it would seem out of place.
I could create a new question with the bad review as the question and then self-answer it, but it would be separated from the initial Q/A, so people reading the initial Q/A are not likely to see it (including the person who needed the review and the person who gave the bad review), and it probably wouldn't be very useful to anyone who sees it out of context.
Is there any precedent for reviewing reviews? What's the best way to handle it?