Glass Onion’s first reactions call it better than the original

The mystery is solved. Highly anticipated Netflix movie Glass onion: a story with a knife premiered during this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, meaning the cat is out of the bag and first impressions are inside. The film is a sequel to the 2019 film Knives outwhich was a surprise hit murder mystery written and directed by Rian Johnson. The film was praised for subverting common tropes of the genre and grossed over $ 300 million against a budget of $ 40 million. Netflix has ordered two sequels to the adventures of Detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig), with Johnson assigned to helm both.


Once again, the story centers on an intriguing mystery that features a star-studded cast of many suspects and victims. This time, Craig is accompanied by Edward Norton, Janelle Monae, Kathryn Hahn, Leslie Odom Jr., Jessica Henwick, Madelyn Cline, Kate Hudson, Ethan HawkeAnd Dave Battista.

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Although the details of the sequel are being kept under wraps by Netflix, the promotional campaign is doing a good job of making us curious to try it, first with a teaser trailer that suggests this adventure will be bigger in scale and that puzzles are being introduced not just to the story. but also for fans to understand and get plot clues as we await the film’s world premiere in December.

Going in Glass onion: a mystery chases away, the question on everyone’s mind was the same: after making such an intriguing, funny, balanced and surprising comedy with jaw-dropping twists, would the director and screenwriter Johnson be able to outdo himself once again? Critics seem to agree that the answer is a loud and clear “yes!”

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Same as Collider Ross Bonaime kicked off early reactions by stating that Rian Johnson’s new film surpasses the original in every way, and is “bigger, crazier” and “even more torturous” – which is saying something, considering that Knives out took everyone by surprise by having a huge twist in the first act. With Collider Steve Weintraub similarly praising the film as a big hit for Netflix.

Other critics joined the chorus of praise by writing some incredibly enthusiastic tweets. “Dancing” Dan from Dancin ‘Dan in the cinema he said the film is “superbly crafted” and said it’s probably more fun than “anything else you’ll see this year”. Jonathan Fuji from The drunk movie he stressed the important fact that each question “was answered as it unfolded” and called Johnson a mystery master who has the genre “up to a science”. David Cuevas from Filmhounds magazine he did not hold back and called the film “a classic of modern mystery”.

With the difficult task of reprising his acclaimed performance and at the same time freshening up the role of Detective Benoit Blanc, Daniel Craig was also praised by critics. Amanda Guraggi from Candid cinema wrote that the British actor “shines again” and that his performance is “funnier than before”.

There was also a lot of praise for the sprawling cast of Glass onion: a mystery chases away. Scene from the movie Canada prepares us for the fact that Monáe and Hudson “steal the whole movie” and already demand a third film, while Clayton Davis from Variety wrote that Monáe and Norton’s performances “show Rian Johnson’s ability to tell assassin stories”.

Netflix previews Glass onion: a mystery chases away on December 23. You can watch the trailer below:

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