Pretty sure Bill Duke does every possible shot, camera movement, and transition in this movie.
Rian Johnson just can't resist inserting dumb little topical quips into the fucking movie like he's in the Joss Whedon school of screenwriting. The actors might as well wink directly into the camera whenever they make a smug aside, utter a pithy reference, or break the fourth wall.
There's a fun inside-out whodunit story in the underlying framework of this film. That combined with the incredible cast make this one worth watching, though it still labors under the weight of…