(*2*)Rian Johnson’s “Knives Out” is a standard locked room homicide thriller with a rich sufferer, sour kinfolk, and a deceptively sensible detective (Daniel Craig). The darkly comedic script and very good casting made “Knives Out” a field workplace hit, incomes over $300 million international. Critics praised the subversive, anti-racist message and applauded the appearing of Ana De Armas for her portrayal of the empathetic nurse, Marta. In a hilarious twist, Marta is bodily incapable of mendacity — vomiting on every occasion she does not inform the reality.
(*2*)For de Armas, the movie hit a non-public nerve. “On this circle of relatives, everybody may be very rich, and the kids and grandchildren really feel like they are able to break out with blackmailing other folks for cash and tool,” she informed Vainness Truthful. “Like Marta, I used to be pursuing my dream, and I sought after a greater lifestyles for me, and due to this fact for my circle of relatives.”
(*2*)Due to the good fortune of “Knives Out,” Netflix bought the rights to the sequence for a surprising $496 million, ordering two sequels. Whodunnit addicts will have to be excited, regardless that, since “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Thriller” drops on Netflix on December 23.