Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery Review:

The Absurdity Takes Over & Daniel Craig With His Panache Knows How To Navigate Through!

For a murder mystery and a sharp commentary on the rich and their absurdity this film doesn’t take itself seriously at any given point, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t prove what it sets out to.

What's Good?

The intense seriousness of it all goes entirely missing and that does bother someone who has fallen in love with the unfathomable nature of the predecessor.

What's Bad?

It’s crisp and entertaining in every corner, don’t take that risk.

Loo Break:

If you don’t want to miss Daniel speaking in his Australian accent, Kate Hudson as the ultimate riot, and Edward Norton paying homage to the dumbness, switch your TV on right now.

Watch or Not?

Daniel Craig and his unmatched panache remain constant. With his accent, he rules the screen every time he graces it and there is no bad bit about his performance.

Edward Norton is playing a cinematic concoction of his characters if they were dumber and funnier. It is so much fun to see him go from the smartest to the dumbest in no time and all of it looks so effortless.

Dave Bautista is certainly growing as an actor and I am here to witness his evolution. With no prosthetics to help him cover up this time, he is so good with his comic timing. More of this please Dave.

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is a film that is aware of the time and landscape it is set in. It’s humorous, meta, and responsible about the things it wants to say.

Last words:

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery review with all the nitty-gritty details! Review by: Shubham KulkarniR