Rian Johnson delivers another brilliant whodunit in his sequel to the equally sharp Knives Out. Glass Onion makes a large scale mystery spanning a whole island and weeks of time feel tight and intricate. Daniel Craig’s Detective Benoit Blanc has quickly become one of my favorite new characters in the past decade. Seeing him both confidently, and at times struggle, to solve the case was a delight, I couldn’t take my eyes off of him. While Glass Onion isn’t explicitly about his life, I enjoyed learning more about him and seeing him face new challenges. It’s refreshing to see a detective be just as interesting as the mystery, and Glass Onion was a damn good mystery. The misdirects were clever, the characters were colorful, and god was the takedown of faux-intelligent tech billionaires and performative “disruptors” cathartic. Glass Onion is a fun film that I’ll be rewatching for years to come.