‘Knives Out’ Review: Dir. Rian Johnson (2019) [Tiff]

Knives Out review: Following on from his brief, though not last foray into a galaxy far, far away, Rian Johnson steps into a new genre, the murder-mystery, for his latest fare, a film boasting an impressive ensemble cast and twists and turns around every corner.

Courtesy of Tiff

There has been a death. Celebrated novelist Harlan Thrombrey (Christopher Plummer) has been found the day after his 85th birthday with his throat slashed. The night before, there was a gathering at his sprawling mansion where many potential suspects were in the vicinity, most of whom members of Thrombrey’s extended family. There’s daughter Linda Drysdale (Jame Lee Curtis), husband Richard (Don Johnson), son Walt (Michael Shannon), ex-daughter-in-law Joni (Toni Collette) and her daughter Meg (Katherine Langford), grandson Ransom (Chris Evans), other grandson Jacob (Jaeden Martell) and housekeeper Marta (Ana de Armas), the last person to see the late Harlan alive.
See full article at The Hollywood News »

Similar News


Recently Viewed