Gary Hollingsbee’s review published on Letterboxd:
Enjoyable, slightly camp murder whodunnit starring Daniel Craig and an ensamble cast of some other A-listers. Ultimately, the plot isn’t what holds attention, it’s the good-heartedness of Marta, incredibly well-played by Ana de Armas and the Thrombey family’s bitchiness and infighting. It reminded me most of the type of Agatha Christie mysteries of the 1970s with an added element of self-conscious knowledge of its own silliness. It was pure cringe when Daniel Craig opens his mouth and speaks in a terrible southern American drawl but, by the end of the film, you’ve moved past that and simply enjoy his support for Marta.