Jamie Carrick’s review published on Letterboxd:
Boasting one of the greatest ensembles ever put to screen (I hope you're watching this, SAG voters), Knives Out combines a sharp, concise screenplay with the stylistic mastery of Rian Johnson's vision to create a thrilling modern mystery that is as gripping as it is hilarious. Johnson has created a future classic, I'm almost certain of it.
As with most movies, not enough Toni Collette, but when Ana de Armas is giving a central performance like that, it's hard to complain. She's spellbinding and if this doesn't make her one of the biggest stars on the planet, something has gone very wrong.