☞adn☜’s review published on Letterboxd:
i suspect foul play
Far more entertaining then it is twisty, but that's not necessarily a bad thing if you're looking for an easy to follow whodunnit. In all honesty, this is a perfect movie-- hilarious, thrilling, gripping, excellently acted, well-paced, filled with immersive cinematography, and very rebellious-- until the realization that Johnson makes a massive mistake. Won't go into spoilers, but the creative choice he makes around the thirty-minute mark almost unravels the entire film, but the slick and stylish characters and dialogue make up for it mostly. Check it out; don't expect a masterpiece, though.