Emma Hodge’s review published on Letterboxd:
“It’s a dangerous thing to mistake speaking without thought with speaking the truth.”
While the message about obscene wealth and the relation to real-life individuals is obvious, this film is anything but. It’s just as sharp and witty as the original, with lots of fun twists.
The dazzling Janelle Monáe almost steals the show, but while Daniel Craig gets more screen time in this sequel, Benoit Blanc gets more character development, and he really gets to shine. I had just as much if not more fun watching Glass Onion as I did watching Knives Out.