joj’s review published on Letterboxd:
Benoit Blanc can charm me with just his wardrobe, it's always on fire.
On a more serious note, man, Rían Johnson really upped his game here technically, the photography and use of depth gives the suspense more weight, and the cast is dynamic and give lots of laughs and drama.
The plot isn't as tight as Knives Out, but Glass Onion makes up for it with a more loose but great gags, along with some social commentary towards some local Twitter madman that can't stop trying to get attention.
Overall, Glass Onion is another fun whodunnit that gives more fuel for this genre, and ensures that these films can still be fun and sussy.