I read the following paragraph from a book and I want to confirm whether the bold phrase is an object complement or a subject complement?
Then The New York Times wrote an absolute rave review of the food, giving the restaurant its highest rating, and suddenly, I thought the room looked pretty good after all. The newspaper’s analysis and praise of the restaurant completely changed my mind. That’s power.
Personally, I think the sentence is an object complement since it shows more information about the review. But somehow, the subject of the bold sentence is The New York Times, and if so, it will be the subject complement.
I'm totally lost here. Which one is the correct answer?