A great ensemble mystery with some great performances and a thoughtful core of social commentary. The plot is a bit misshapen (the opening act interviews end up not mattering; and the final twist is maybe one that wasn’t entirely needed for a satisfying story). But it’s such a watchable good time, especially with Daniel Craig going full Foghhorn Leghorn, that I really enjoyed myself.
Is It Good?
Very Good (6/8)
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