Abs’s review published on Letterboxd:
First off, this was so much fun - one of the best times I've had in the cinema, even making British audiences laugh.
It's not your typical 'whodunnit' as it reveals the cards it possesses within the first 20 minutes, however, that's not to say that it's a clean cut case. Like any card game, it'll twist and deceit itself at some point. Ana De Armas was a real credit to herself, she shone throughout the entire film and I loved finally seeing her take the lead.
I also loved Craig's obvious deliberate (albeit, hilarious) parallel of Agatha Christie's Poirot between the terrible accent, the obnoxious riddles that don't quite make sense and his humour. I also admired that it resembles Christie in the 'revelations' sections, an entire run through of the movie and everyone's actions.
I had a great time with this, it really was like a modern day Agatha Christie - what's not to love about that?