In order to accurately critique the quality of literature reviews conducted for two different types of studies (quantitative & qualitative) one must consider a number of factors such as comprehensiveness, accuracy & relevance. For quantitative studies, the review should cover all relevant sources that provide pertinent data related to the research question whilst also ensuring accuracy in terms of citing sources correctly & providing clear explanations for any statistical processes/results.
The review of qualitative research should, however, include many resources that are linked to the goals. It is also important to ensure that any interpretations made are supported by sufficient evidence & guidance from experts in the field thus adding further rigour to overall findings.
In conclusion, when critiquing literature reviews it is essential that both quantitative and qualitative studies be analysed using appropriate methods based on each respective type (comprehensiveness/accuracy/relevance etc.) As this will provide an understanding of their strength/weakness and insight on how well they can address their research questions.