A comedic review of the Netflix film 'Glass Onion' and how it breaks the mold of the murder mystery genre.

Glass Onion slices and dices the 'Knives Out' mold in a crystal-clear Netflix follow-up.

Luis Payaso
Luis PayasoFebruary 27, 2024Ersatz News

Glass Onion slices and dices the 'Knives Out' mold in a crystal-clear Netflix follow-up.

Breaking the Mold

A Clear View

From the moment the opening credits roll, it's clear that "Glass Onion" is not your typical murder mystery. The film follows a group of eccentric characters who find themselves trapped in a remote mansion after a mysterious murder occurs. Sounds familiar, right? Well, that's where the similarities to other films in the genre end. "Glass Onion" takes the audience on a wild ride filled with unexpected plot twists, hilarious characters, and dark humor.

Unraveling the Plot

Hilarity Ensues

One of the standout aspects of "Glass Onion" is its cast of characters. From the bumbling detective with a knack for solving crimes in the most unconventional ways to the ditzy heiress who accidentally stumbles upon the key piece of evidence, each character brings a unique brand of humor to the table. The chemistry between the actors is palpable, and their comedic timing is spot-on. You'll find yourself laughing out loud as they stumble and fumble their way through the investigation.

A Twisty Turny Ride

A Crystal-Clear Resolution

In true murder mystery fashion, "Glass Onion" wraps up with a satisfying resolution that ties up all the loose ends. But don't expect a tidy, predictable ending. Oh no, "Glass Onion" has one final trick up its sleeve. The conclusion of the film is as surprising and unconventional as the rest of the story, leaving you with a sense of satisfaction and a craving for more comedic crime-solving adventures.


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