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Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

2022
Comedy
Suspense/Thriller
2h 19m
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Avg Percentile 51.19% from 2013 total ratings

Ratings & Reviews

(2013)
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Rated 24 Dec 2022
85
86th
I do declare we have ourselves another evening of sleuthing ahead of us
Rated 24 Nov 2022
85
73rd
Kudos for writer/director Rian Johnson for creating a formula for a franchise that doesn't revolve around spaceships or superheroes. The stuff from the original is still here: a good mystery, some fun jokes, a social commentary that fits an urban liberal dinner party, and some cool flashbacks. If I have one complaint it's that unlike the original, the post-reveal story aspects aren't engaging & are kind of a letdown. Still, he gets some amazing work out of Craig and Janelle Monáe. Recommended.
Rated 09 Jan 2023
75
59th
Doesn't quite capture the charm of the first one, but it's still a fun little mystery romp. Would not mind seeing more entertaining diversions like this being made.
Rated 04 Jan 2023
62
42nd
Waned until it broke entirely at the end for me. There's a redlettermedia video where they're discussing Yoda in The Last Jedi and Mike directly asks Rian, "Have you seen Star Wars?" I had echoes of that in my head when the movie opens with Blackbird. "Have you heard the Beatles?" I hate to be this guy cause it's just movies, and there's nothing wrong with difference of opinions, but my thick with sarcasm review would be RuruSmasher's verbatim.
Rated 30 Dec 2022
86
81st
If Ben Shapiro says loving this is wrong, then I never wanna be right.
Rated 01 Jan 2023
20
9th
Ostensibly an Agatha Christie whodunnit updated for the zoomer generation, but whereas those books were understated, elegant parlor pieces this is a crass, overblown, over-acted, badly plotted mish-mash of poorly conceived and badly executed ideas welded to unfunny, unsubtle and mean spirited social commentary. So if you're looking for preachy, smart-ass, agenda-driven film making Glass Onion might be for you. However if you're after a clever murder mystery you'll have to look elsewhere
Rated 27 Dec 2022
70
66th
Even though the ensemble cast and writing are pretty great, it was never going to live up to the first for me. I think I might be rating it a step down due to expectations, but I would keep watching one of these every year if Johnson and Craig keep making them.
Rated 01 Jan 2023
32
18th
I can't understand what is all the fuss about. This movie treats its audience like morons with below average IQs.
Rated 30 Dec 2022
94
95th
I can't believe this came out just as Elon Musk was burning Twitter down. Another marvelous mystery with passionate politics and a subtly but strongly exaggerated sense of reality - but no exaggeration, as we've seen, of how terrible rich people are. It's hard to say if this or the original is better - they're good in different ways, tho this one has many echoes of the first. Also, Janelle Monae needs to be a household name, like now.
Rated 28 Dec 2022
20
3rd
I'm sure the first draft of the script was ok. What we see on screen is terrible. The characters are flat, the dialog is childish. It's a dumb plot, and a bad movie.
Rated 25 Dec 2022
79
82nd
In the service of keeping all the plates spinning the movie is structured and plotted even more deviously than the first one. Loses some of the magic of the original but makes up for it by being possibly even funnier and more thematically prescient.
Rated 24 Dec 2022
72
32nd
“It’s so dumb, it’s brilliant!...No, it’s just dumb.” 
Rated 25 Dec 2022
71
85th
Glass Onion is another enjoyable mystery from Johnson that is almost on par with the 1st film. Craig takes centre stage in this one, but the film is fairly balanced amongst is strong ensemble cast. Bautista, Hahn, Monáe & Norton were good, but it was Hudson & Henwick's mannerisms that stole the show for me. The more glitzy setting made the film feel a little shallow, and the 3rd revelation act felt like a rehash that went on a bit too long, but overall the film is undeniably fun & engaging.
Rated 24 Nov 2022
75
68th
The poor pacing is mostly saved by great performances from Janelle Monae and a charactery Daniel Craig. It's enjoyable but not very intriguing.
Rated 30 Dec 2022
75
77th
Despite Johnson's clever toying with the genre's tropes, the mystery wasn't as well crafted this time around, but there is an infectious joy to the proceedings that makes for a truly enjoyable view.
Rated 01 Jan 2023
20
7th
Rian Johnson you are not a director, you are a fuckin clown. and we are not morons. this one is shitty but I must be honest also first one was bad. at the same time Looper was idiotic. please Hollywood stop give a chance to this guy.
Rated 29 Dec 2022
35
8th
Just as lame and gimmicky as its predecessor. The only satisfying moments are the musical references: YoYo Ma, Paul McCartney/'Blackbird', Philip Glass, and, of course, The Beatles/'Glass Onion'. Benoit Blanc is the most annoying character in cinema since Jar Jar Binks; it's like watching Adam Sandler perform an over-the-top impersonation of a Southerner, only Sandler is deliberately taking the piss while Daniel Craig seems to be genuine in his efforts (it's pathetic). 1hr too long.
Rated 24 Mar 2023
75
72nd
What a silly movie. I loved it.
Rated 28 Dec 2022
76
80th
The brilliance of this movie (and franchise) is that for all the complexity of the central mystery concept--twists, red herrings, post-modern genre deconstruction, etc.--Johnson never loses sight of the fact that the prime directive here is fun. The characters, and the hit-you-over-the-head themes, are all in service of just telling a fun story. And it really is just so much fun.
Rated 08 Jan 2023
60
66th
Lacking a bit when compared with the first one. It's a bit less cleverly well-written, the group dynamic isn't quite as interesting in this one as the family of the first, and the mystery is not as interesting in my opinion. That being said, everyone gives decent performances, and Daniel Craig is still entirely entertaining as Benoit Blanc, so it's still a mostly enjoyable ride, and I won't hesitate to see the next Knives Out film.
Rated 27 Dec 2022
65
61st
Not nearly as good as the original, but the cast and the story - as stupid as it seems -- just keep you interested until the very end. I hope Rian makes tons more.
Rated 29 Nov 2022
78
67th
Probably purposefully difficult to assess. Like other Johnson sequel projects, *ahem*, Glass Onion doesn’t start with a Blanc canvas (sorry) but wants to subvert what it thinks you assume before you even get the chance. So, it’s a whodunit about false complexities told with a complex simplicity. Buttress your assumations, and it’s a breezy smart blast about stupid thanks to the ease of the cast. And Craig is having the time of his life, bless him, it’s infectious.
Rated 27 Dec 2022
81
65th
If you can avoid comparison with the first, it's a good movie with a lot of laughs.
Rated 24 Dec 2022
100
99th
Perfect. No notes. I could try to critique it, but why, when every minute of it was a delight? And I loved that there were so many minutes of it! Daniel Craig is sooo fun! And Janelle Monae completely rocks in this. (It's also oddly clairvoyant about the past couple of months at Twitter somehow.
Rated 03 Jan 2023
75
49th
A fun time, but not as tight as the first, and too long to be sure. I was also less than enthralled with the central conceit here--layers that you can see right through, particularly as I had a pretty clear view from early on in the film. One can say that's clever of Johnson, but I found it a bit lazy. All that said, it goes down easy.
Rated 24 Dec 2022
68
55th
Yes, Craig does the role well, and I'll watch Janelle Monáe in anything. It's all good fun with a depressingly well-timed villain. But what made Knives Out work so well was the whole gallery of characters as well as the jigsaw plot. Glass Onion, for all that it does right - especially the final act - feels a bit too much like a da capo, an attempt to recapture lightning in the same bottle and build it all around Blanc. It is, in a word, a bit too transparent.
Rated 01 Dec 2022
88
93rd
Really good fun. Craig's Foghorn Leghorn tribute didn't bother as much this time and it's another stellar cast. They can absolutely make a franchise out of this for my money.
Rated 31 Dec 2022
79
79th
Half the heart of KNIVES OUT but twice as funny. I cackled a lot.
Rated 28 Dec 2022
61
55th
Not as smart and elegant (or angry) as Knives Out. In fact it feels like an inferior TV movie compared to its predecessor. Still acceptable entertainment.
Rated 07 Jan 2023
7
63rd
Has a scrumptious classic dinner party-whodunit feel, with a compelling first act full of subtle clues that let you know something's afoot, and then a second act where the other foot (in a shoe) drops and the layers are peeled back. The humour is excellent ("Please tell me you did not think sweatshops are where they make sweatpants"), the drama less so; Andi's glass ceiling-and-other-objects-shattering arc is effective but the others are never likeable enough to justify how they tagged along.
Rated 29 Dec 2022
85
90th
The mystery itself leaves something to be desired, but this film is almost not quite a whodunnit, anyway. It’s a raucous comedy, a biting social commentary, and a feast for the eyes. It’s a brilliant ensemble piece, a nest of easter eggs, and a platform for Benoit Blanc to grow ever more flamboyant - but a cheap macguffin and the intriguing central twist diminish the effect of the murder mystery. This just isn’t that film - but the film that it is remains brilliant, hilarious, and intricate.
Rated 24 Nov 2022
80
83rd
Perhaps inevitably, this lost a little luster on a second viewing. Without the element of surprise, the plot-heavy stuff is a little less engaging (even if the fugue-like structure is even easier to be impressed by), and a lot of the ending feels a bit performative. That said, there many moments of euphoric delight to be found, especially when this cast of characters gets to bounce off each other.
Rated 07 Jan 2023
70
45th
The 'finale' is, again, a drag, but the rest of the movie works quite well in it's blattant thickness and theatrical exaggaration. To my surprise I find myself laughing genuinly again about Craig in funny clothing doing a funny voice with a funny face. Apparantly he IS funny... again...?
Rated 26 Dec 2022
50
45th
I like Daniel Craig in the Benoit Blanc role, but he's fairly passive here. Stuff just happens to him and it takes away from the star-studded cast. OK twist in the middle but the motive wasn't particularly surprising. Not sure about the point of Hawke's character except to be a red herring. Henwick and Odom were underutilized as well, but Cline made the most of her breakout screen time. Fav scene: Craig buying time for Monae by dragging out a monologue, then realizing Norton's words were empty.
Rated 30 Dec 2022
80
54th
I am entertained by these beurre blanc mysteries, but I will have to watch this one again as I am not sure how much I liked it.
Rated 27 Dec 2022
70
31st
Parts of this are definitely fun, but a lot of it is slow, tedious, and boring. Despite a smaller cast some of the characters are still paper thin. A few good jokes, but mostly not as funny as it thinks it is. There's also a lot of toothless and obvious satire. You have to shut off your brain because of the logic gaps, but then that defeats the point of a murder mystery. The saving graces that make this watchable is how it fleshes out Benoit Blanc's character, and the lovely cinematography.
Rated 30 Dec 2022
55
14th
Over-plotted, ungainly murder-mystery is at least beautiful to look at; Norton, Craig and Monae end up dominating, but Craig's initially amusing peacocking becomes tiresome after a while, especially during an overly expository mid-section which more or less commits the cardinal mystery sin of cheating. Otherwise there's a thudding obviousness in Johnson's writing (unusually so), especially the way COVID is used to score some cheap shots before being awkwardly discarded.
Rated 25 Dec 2022
80
65th
Very enjoyable but with an underwhelming final reveal.
Rated 02 Jan 2023
70
61st
I enjoy Craig's return as Blanc, the ensemble of colorful characters, the beautiful Ionian setting, and - of course - the intricate clockwork of the film's whodunnit plotting. What leaves me a bit disappointed is the film's social commentary. While Knives Out isn't exactly subtle, it does have a lot to say and it really does serve to elevate the film beyond a simple mystery. With Glass Onion though, the messaging is still very prominent but, ultimately, uninterestingly simple.
Rated 09 Jan 2023
70
79th
I think the mystery and acting are a step down from the original, BUT this one is a lot funnier and I still enjoyed it. I would have liked the cast to have gotten some more to work with. This series definitely is welcome to add more entries.
Rated 03 Jan 2023
81
73rd
Not as good as the first one, but still quite entertaining.
Rated 28 Nov 2022
79
74th
Doesn't hold together as well as the first imo. Still a huge amount of fun and judging by the audience at the theater this will be a much loved film. Worth it just for Craig who is bloody hilarious in this.
Rated 24 Dec 2022
70
41st
I don't love these movies, but like the first one, I think this is good. It's got a good enough mystery to be entertaining, but it also needs to be shorter because there's not enough meat to warrant the runtime. Make this a tight hour and a half or hour 40 and it's better. There are a few good laughs and it's pleasant seeing this cast, even if, also like the first, I don't think most of them are given that much to chew on. I really don't need a third, I hope Johnson does something else next.
Rated 12 Mar 2023
3
25th
This movie thinks you’re an idiot
Rated 10 Mar 2023
53
27th
I can forgive that our killer was obvious from the beginning but that stupid and unjustifiable ending ruins everything. Most fucked up murderer reveal ever.
Rated 01 Jan 2023
75
53rd
At the halfway mark, I thought this was potentially really great, but it loses something as it moves towards the conclusion. It's also a bit too long. Great fun overall though.
Rated 17 Oct 2022
89
91st
I adored this movie, but I’ll be the first to admit that “What if Knives Out, but too much?” would be a valid criticism - it’s almost comical how much “bigger” it is in every way, and the politics are a little cringe. But oh my WORD this is still just so fantastically fun and hilarious and beautiful and brilliant and the cast are so incredible and aaahhhhh!!!!!!! Not quite as good as the first, but a far more than worthy sequel, and Benoit Blanc remains one of modern cinema’s greatest creations.
Rated 27 Dec 2022
90
92nd
Keep churning these out, Rian. This series has been so fun and engaging. I need to figure out where to find Daniel Craig's swimwear. The first film was named after a Radiohead song, this is named after a Beatles song. So, since it's using the list of great rock bands, the next one will obviously be called "Nookie".
Rated 04 Jan 2023
70
70th
This had potential to surpass the first. Even if the characters are a bit weaker, the set up and misdirects are excellent. Unfortunately, the incredibly long flashback completely ruins the momentum. It doesn’t help either that this is (imo) far easier to figure out than the first. It’s still an enjoyable watch, but I would’ve scored it far higher if the second half didn’t waste the set up.
Rated 03 Jan 2023
75
56th
Rian might whine about this being subtitled to associate it with Knives Out, but it does feel basically JUST LIKE IT, so why not? Performances here are pretty good - Craig in particular looks like he's having a ball - but special cudos to Monae and, interestingly enough, Dave Bautista, who is carving out a fairly legit Hollywood resume. As an ensemble, this is still a step back from KO, and the runtime is long (though didn't really drag). A close runner-up to the first that stands on its own.
Rated 02 Jan 2023
70
44th
Despite decent acting aplenty it’s the story that falls to pieces on this one. Weaving and twisting it struggles into a flashback/rehash before the third act crescendo hits me on the head with a stupid thud. After giving my noggin a good rub I’m forced to exclaim “was that the whole shebang?!?” As the obvious song choice rolls in the credits. “How’d it end up being so dumb?”
Rated 25 Dec 2022
96
90th
I prefer this over the first one. Janelle Monáe stole the movie.
Rated 28 Dec 2022
71
52nd
What is reality?
Rated 03 Jan 2023
65
20th
The cast are the highlight of this film, particularly Craig slipping comfortably back into his Benoit Blanc affectations and Janelle Monae playing a spurned character with more than meets the eye. Johnson's mystery this time around, however, does not capture the same charm as the original Knives Out. The move from Boston to the Mediterranean (set in the pandemic nonetheless) is splashy, but ultimately robs the film of some of its humanity. Expected PSI: 78
Rated 27 Dec 2022
50
9th
Boring, long, unfunny
Rated 31 Jan 2023
90
93rd
I wasn't expecting such a fun, entertaining romp and was surprised and delighted for a couple of hours. Can't ask for more than that. The cast was uniformly great, as was the setting, story and production. The reveal of the first non murder was brilliantly done.
Rated 04 Jan 2023
82
88th
I was surprised how well this sequel works despite doing the same thing all over again. And yet it's feels quite different. Lost some of the novelty since you know what to expect but still lots of fun with a great cast and great characters.
Rated 28 Dec 2022
70
62nd
These are fun movies, though this one was a little too easy to figure out based on one scene which they didn't even look back upon. Like others have said, it doesn't live up to the first one as a lot of stuff just didn't make sense, but first one was particularly good. I hope we get more of these Agatha Christie/Hercule Poirot type movies.
Rated 18 Jan 2023
70
75th
Not as deep and good as the first one, but quite close. The style, the humour, the characters.. everything is here and it is a quick 140 mins. Very enjoyable.
Rated 24 Dec 2022
5
67th
I really enjoyed Glass Onion - not as thrilling as the OG Knives Out, but still quite the mystery.
Rated 25 Dec 2022
84
92nd
I fucking love anti-bugueosie Hercules Poirot, with an equally cheesy accent
Rated 31 Dec 2022
80
70th
Not as good as Knives Out but still enjoyable crime movie.
Rated 06 Feb 2023
60
57th
Still enjoyable, but a lot weaker than the first one. I enjoyed the setting and I liked most of the characters. But the ending left me with a very empty feeling.
Rated 13 Jan 2023
69
39th
https://youtu.be/Lt1u6N7lueM
Rated 25 Dec 2022
80
53rd
It doesn't quite reach the level of cleverness and perfection that Knives Out does. It's missing a proper lightbulb moment, but it does have a satisfying ending nevertheless.
Rated 25 Dec 2022
88
59th
I love that Rian Johnson has created his own mystery franchise in Benoit Blanc and I hope he keeps making more of these. Glass Onion isn't as biting or as rich as the first Knives Out film, but it's still a lot of fun, full of on-the-nose social commentary, great one liners, dark humor, intrigue, and all the memorable characters you could want in a whodunit. It's marvelously acted and features a lush European resort setting. Daniel Craig and Janelle Monae form the heart of the film.
Rated 09 Mar 2023
35
27th
No one: "It's so dumb, it's brilliant." Rian watching his own movie: "No, it's just dumb."
Rated 09 Jan 2023
90
91st
Fabulous. I agree with this movies politics completely.
Rated 24 Dec 2022
45
22nd
Stupid is still the new "subverting expectations". Daniel Craig is fun to watch though. Rian Johnson desperately wants to make something akin to "The Last of Sheila (1973)". Watch that instead.
Rated 28 Dec 2022
48
11th
SPOILERS: I was very bored by the first act, was coming around in the middle but the ending was just awful. You know, gasoline is also explosive and would have burned the Mona Lisa, but it doesn't mean it hasn't been a very useful and profitable product. The fact that everyone wasn't incinerated it is a miracle. Going into a rage and destroying property was her foolproof plan? My disbelief was unable to be suspended. Daniel Craig was good, no one else was.
Rated 01 Jan 2023
75
45th
Whelming, perhaps because of the unwarranted hype. I was led to believe this would be uproariously funny. It was amusing. Craig is still a dialect-confused delight and the Musk allegory is eerily prescient, but Johnson's tendency of smarmy hyper-awareness gets the better of him. I was always a little detached, never fully invested. The plot machinations were fun up until the last part of the movie where character motivations and logic seems to go up in flames.
Rated 01 Jan 2023
80
85th
Minus 5 points for lack of onions.
Rated 08 Jan 2023
60
68th
I liked the idea of the 1st movie more than the end result, and unfortunately this is a step down. Johnson adds more comedy which is not as funny as he thinks and diminishes the mystery. The flashback portion slows the film down, and tying the script to current topics makes the film age quickly. There's also some poor CGI when they could have utilized the Greek locations instead. Acting wise, Craig is still fun, while Monae has the hardest part to play. Worth a watch, but could have been better.
Rated 08 Jan 2023
62
56th
A pretty entertaining mystery movie. It actually gets pretty good, with a pretty sick reveal. Unfortunately the movie is soured by a trash ending, which feels stupidly unrealistic. Could've received a mid 70's score if it wasn't for the cringe right at the end.
Rated 26 Sep 2023
80
44th
I enjoyed it, but I don't remember much more about it than that.
Rated 24 Dec 2022
60
17th
Can't help but feel that there's a better way of lampooning upwards-failing VC-funded idiots than having a character exclaim, "Hey, that idiot just failed upwards!" as the script bizarrely flounders at crafting a believable or even cogent piece of corporate intrigue (what's a patent? What are shares?!). A handsome presentation and enthusiastic acting help the film remain broadly enjoyable, but it could have done with a draconian editing pass or twenty.
Rated 10 Feb 2023
79
70th
Actually preferred this to the original, which I wasn't expecting. A fun ride, all the way through
Rated 23 Dec 2022
6
60th
It didn't have the natural charm of the first one, but I was still entertained. Having the movie finishing & starting at the halfway point makes the storytelling more interesting, as the mystery itself is a bit too bland. Hoping for more of those movies in the future: even if it wasn't perfect, the world needs more murder mysteries.
Rated 28 Dec 2022
43
39th
In the moments when you're presumably supposed to gasp and be lost for words in admiration of the brilliant Benoit Blanc, I remain indifferent. Murder mysteries are just not my thing, but at least Blanc is a more amusing character than the typical detective.
Rated 02 Mar 2023
10
38th
Rated 06 Jan 2023
70
2nd
Boring, predictable and stupid.
Rated 07 Jan 2023
60
35th
İlk filmin absürt komedi yanı ve başarılı hikayesi bu filmde yok. Zaman geçirip unutulacak, ne sevilecek ne nefret edilecek bir film olmuş. Senaryo, özellikle sonu çok mantıksız. O peçeteyi, o kadar kolay yok edilebilecek bir delili "kötü adamın" gözüne gözüne sokmak ve onun da peçeteyi yakması neydi öyle?
Rated 26 Nov 2022
96
89th
Super fun sequel to a great murder mystery story that is thoroughly entertaining. Daniel Craig is endearing yet again, if not as engaging as he was in the first film.
Rated 14 Feb 2023
71
37th
Slick and vibrant entertainment. A little bit wittier, chaotic and sharper than the first outing, with a sassier screenplay too. Great turns by a cast clearly enjoying themselves, though Norton's filthy-rich entrepreneur really skewers its target. Shoe-drops and inventiveness with genre shenanigans keep it fun til the end.
Rated 03 Jan 2023
30
7th
The Ocean's 12 to Knive's Out's Ocean's 11 - complete with celebrity cameo and references galore. Inexorably wears out it's interesting welcome.
Rated 16 Jan 2023
50
48th
A big step down from the first, mostly because of the changed setting and the cast who don't gel together as well. Also while the first had a few political barbs here and there, this seems like a total war on the likes of Elon Musk as opposed to an actual murder mystery (don't get me wrong, Musk is a goddamned moron). It's fine to watch on an evening in - and markedly superior to the Branagh-Christie adaptations - but overall a disappointment.
Rated 24 Dec 2022
60
39th
the first act feels a bit try-hard with all the pop culture references but it picks up speed later. it's an enjoyable watch when you're stuck inside during a winter storm and that's actually high praise for a netflix movie.
Rated 10 Jan 2023
88
94th
Mona Lisaaaa
Rated 04 Feb 2023
68
39th
Fun, good casting, but pretty dumb
Rated 23 Dec 2022
75
52nd
audiovisual 80 acting 75 overall feeling 71 avg ~75
Rated 10 Jan 2023
10
4th
Not sure which is worse, the acting or the writing. But I do know that Daniel Craig may be one of the most overrated actors to ever live, who has yet to put on a decent performance in anything that requires range outside of showing his face for a moment while the stunt doubles do the work.
Rated 26 Dec 2022
60
0th
Birlikte zengin olmuş bir grubun dağılması ve gizemli bir cinayeti ele alan filmde birçok ünlü oyuncu oynuyor. Netflix in kötü uyarlamalarından birisi.
Rated 07 Jan 2023
62
53rd
I haven't seen the previous movie, but the first half of this one was pure boredom. The glue of the story wasn't that great either. Too much ado about nothing. Even Norton didn't take the role seriously.
Rated 28 Jan 2023
99
95th
I am now a die hard Rian Johnson fan for life.
Rated 15 Jul 2023
75
76th
DONG
Rated 25 Dec 2022
70
41st
About the same level as the first one: rocky start, good second act, clumsy exposition dump, clever reveal. The final confrontation here is a bit of a clusterfuck (I don’t remember the ending to the first one) but overall it’s slick, fun entertainment that feels a bit weightless in the end
Rated 02 Jul 2023
53
68th
#23#, rw3, popcorn, story, prequel, ratings, creator Johnson, cast
Rated 12 Feb 2023
55
56th
Compared to the first film the mystery is more engaging despite the narrative weight having less bite than the first film... then it just kinda goes full retard on the 3rd act and the 2end is way too long for what little it adds. Watching this reminds me that Rian Johnson does the same goddamn social commentary every time and he has little more to conclude than "rich people are assholes" which is tiring. It's an okay entertainment film, but not one I'd consider to have thematic depth.
Rated 24 Dec 2022
94
91st
As good as the first one.
Rated 28 Mar 2024
54
41st
Not bad, but I enjoyed the Ken Branagh’s Poirot in this genre more.

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