REVIEW Knives Out 2 – better than many as many Netflix movies to date, but worse than Knives Out 1

Translated by the Romanians, as usual, almost illogically, as “La cuțite: The Mystery of Greece,” Knives Out 2 sends you on a trip to an idyllic island where, “surprise surprise,” there’s a glass onion where pretty much all the action happens.

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, a decent but not great movie you can watch on Netflix

Knives Out 2 is a nice movie you can see on Netflix, as I told you earlier. If you like mystery movies and aren’t necessarily in the mood for one that totally gets your brain going, here’s the perfect option for a lazy weekend.

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Don’t necessarily expect an amazing script, but simply watching this movie manages to keep you there and, at times, even relax you.

I’m not going to lie to you, you have a real chance of catching on right from the start who the villain is, and the mere fact that you did might disappoint you a little.

Still, Knives Out 2 is still better than a lot of movies you can see on Netflix right now, unfortunately, but it’s not better than the first part. Naturally, this is where the subjectivity factor of the author of this article comes in.

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Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery also stands out in terms of a choice cast that includes Edward Norton, Janelle Monáe, (naturally) Daniel Craig, Kate Hudson and Dave Bautista, among many other actors you may or may not have seen in other films.

All the action takes place on the private island of Miles Bron (Edward Norton), where several influential people of the present are invited to take part in an unusual game. Among them, surprisingly, is the detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig).

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