One week. That’s how long fans of Rian Johnson and Daniel Craig’s surprise 2019 theatrical hit Knives Out have to see the sequel on the big screen. Purchased by Netflix, Glass Onion is getting just seven days in theatres to prove its worth and build up hype before receiving a full streaming release on December 23. You have until Thursday so don’t delay.
Is it any good? Apparently, yes – possibly better than the first. “Whip-smart, joyful, and more than a little bit mischievous,” wrote The AV Club. (Watch the trailer here.)
Also in cinemas this week is Guillermo Del Toro’s Pinnochio, which apparently makes up for the shockingly creepy Robert Zemeckis remake from earlier this year, the animated Disney film Strange World (“Has the makings of a fun, pulpy adventure story,” says Indiewire), and the horrifying chef showcase The Menu (“Maliciously entertaining,” says The Guardian).
Meanwhile, there’s no shortage of bingeable TV coming to streaming services this weekend, with season six of Animal Kingdom and the Lizzo documentary Love Lizzo landing on Neon, the Addams Family spinoff Wednesday and the documentary about Jeffrey Epstein’s accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell: Filthy Rich coming to Netflix, and the apparently excellent Claire Danes and Jesse Eisenberg marital drama Fleishman is in Trouble hitting Disney TV+.
Don’t forget the finale of Andor aired on Disney TV+ this week, so if you haven’t seen the best Star Wars TV show yet, now’s your chance to watch it in its entirety. I’m hearing very good things about Rogue Heroes on TVNZ+, which follows the creation of the SAS. And, speaking of TVNZ+, full credit for a local streaming service finally bringing the brilliance of Stath Lets Flats to New Zealand for the first time. All three seasons are up now, but be warned: it’s as awkward as The Office and one episode a night might be all you can handle.
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