Running like a true winner for the Christmas season release on Netflix is Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery and while it isn't a holiday movie, it got everyone hooked on the main question from the start, who is the killer and what is the motive?
Warning: This article contains spoilers for Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery. Read at your own risk!
Who is The Killer in Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery?
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery has got everyone into a new murder to solve as a death turns up in a private party at a Greek island where tech billionaire Miles Bron hosted a get together with his friends, only for it to turn into a huge disaster.
From the start, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery has got everyone thinking, what in the world is happening, and the moment Duke Cody died, everything went into a chaotic turn. It was revealed that Andi was actually dead and the one who's there is Helen, her twin sister.
With two people dead, there's only one killer and Benoit Blanc already know who it was all along, even before he step foot on the island. It turns out, the killer is much like the title, the Glass Onion, one which has a strong façade but fragile, multi-layered, and transparent.
It is no one else but the very reason all of them gathered there: Miles Bron is the killer in Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.
When Andi found the tissue where she wrote the plans for Alpha Industries, the very reason she sued Miles Bron for taking all the credit, Miles made sure she keeps her silence to her grave by literally sending her to her death, and despite seeing Miles from Andi's place, Duke didn't say a word.
Well, Duke got his own poison, literally. From the start, he already said he doesn't ride pineapples because he is allergic to it, he couldn't even have one drop of it. As Miles knew about that, the moment Duke got a notification that Andi Brand is dead, Miles ensured that Duke will also remain silent.
In the end, Miles lost everything, and Helen Brand turned out to be victorious. Miles Bron is just a guy who thought he could be a Glass Onion, multi-layered, when in fact, he's an idiot in Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, now streaming on Netflix.