Mihael’s review published on Letterboxd:
Although it is not as high quality as the first part, it still holds that intensity, twists and interesting characters, following the first part very well in this respect. In the beginning, I was not interested at all, but as the plot progresses and we discover layer by layer, and watch how the ball unrolls, it definitely drew me into the whole story very quickly and I kept my attention until the end.
As we know, it is full of interesting and various characters, each of which has its own character and trait, which makes it stand out. All of them were really brilliantly involved from the beginning to the end, creating tension with their strained relationships, through an excellent detective mystery. They were simply all very good, some more and some less, but of course Daniel Craig and Edward Norton stand out the most, which is certainly expected.
At times the plot can seem very confused, but through those scenes that take us back through the story, it really shows us in detail the whole plot from the perspective of each character, through a very mysterious detective investigation. Although the film is actually a very good mystery, I think it is quickly forgotten. The very end of the film does not affect the viewer that much, because there is almost always some surprising moment or twist, where we will say Wow, everything is somehow put together to give the viewer obvious instructions as to what will happen next, but despite everything, it still surprises us quite well, and leaves a very a good reaction to everyone, at least to me.
He certainly thinks that this is an excellent mystery, which is consistent with the first part, but only in some segments. I'm a big fan of this type of movie, so I'm giving it a higher rating.
P.S. I think this is a real summer movie, I don't know why it came out much later.
My Rating: 8/10