Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

critic Reviews

, 93% Certified Fresh Tomatometer Score
  • Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery brings back Benoit Blanc for another wildly entertaining mystery rounded out by an outstanding ensemble cast.
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    Radheyan SimonpillaiCTV's Your Morning
    Looser, flabbier but fun.
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    James BerardinelliReelViews
    Glass Onion is a late year present from a director who rarely disappoints.
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    Kimber MyersCrooked Marquee
    Glass Onion is a marvel to watch, at once gleeful and diverting while not lacking thematic resonance. It elicits a sense of wonder as Johnson pulls off a feat of engineering, creating pure pleasure with a finale that delivers satisfaction...
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    Todd GilchristAV Club
    It’s whip-smart, joyful, and more than a little bit mischievous, yet another manipulation/reinvention of the classic whodunit, made with a cast whose thrill to be working produces an experience that’s as exuberant for them as it is for viewers.
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    Michael PhillipsChicago Tribune
    Blanc feels one draft, one rewrite away from a truly distinctive creation. Easier said than done; meantime, Craig’s filling in the blancs very nicely indeed.
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    Odie HendersonBoston Globe
    As he did in “Knives Out,” Johnson craftily weaves in a strong plot thread of the haves versus the have-nots. That inclusion feels less clunky this time; the outcome is equally enjoyable in its schadenfreude.
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    Candice McMillanSeattle Refined
    [Director Rian] Johnson pushes the envelope on how much raucous fun one can have while trying to solve a murder ... The ride, like the peeling of an onion, will leave you crying for more.
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    Brian EggertDeep Focus Review
    Fans of Knives Out will surely enjoy the result, albeit with the slightly diminished enthusiasm that’s customary for a sequel.
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    Jeff YorkThe Establishing Shot
    A delightfully fiendish romp filled with snarky characters, loads of visual humor, and a loosey-goosey Daniel Craig...Janelle Monaé is so good it would be a crime for her not to be nominated for Best Supporting Actress.
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  • , Rotten Tomatometer Score
    John UrbancichJMuvies
    What really killed me is that I hardly laughed at all.
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