MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Knives Out’ Delivers an Overabundance of Visual, Narrative, and Character-Based Pleasures

What time is it? It’s murder-time, of course.

A palette cleanser after Star Wars: The Last Jedi led to unexpected fissures between the fandom’s reactionary (an unfortunately vociferous minority) and progressive members, Knives Out finds filmmaker Rian Johnson (Looper, The Brothers Bloom, Brick) comfortably back in his element, revisiting, rewriting, and otherwise revising familiar narrative tropes — in this case, the…

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