SuperShah201’s review published on Letterboxd:
As soon as the movie start, I didn't want it to end. I didn't want to say goodbye to the characters, story, and the overall movie. It's just a blast from start to finish. Rian Johnson took the whodunnit genre and make something unique out of it. One of the best time I had at the cinema and its the definition of a crowdpleasing entertainment but at the same time special and unique in its own way.
I love that it subverted all of my expectations and whatnot. I thought it was going to be a simple (but awesome) mystery comedy movie but instead it had a nice twist to it and it's secretly a movie about the rich and the poor, social commentary on the current state of USA, and it tackled these topics in such a nice and unoffensive way and Rian Johnson's writing is just terrific. I honestly really want to read the screenplay and how he balanced each of the subplots/sub characters and the story and how he tied everything together. The editing is superb, too.
Also, Ana de Armas was fucking excellent. Loved loved loved looooved her. Give her 10 Oscars.