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Cert 12A
130 mins
BBFC advice: Contains brief bloody images, moderate sex and suicide references, strong language

A brilliant script and fabulous acting - yes, Knives Out has proved that there is still time to mount a challenge for the everyfilm movie of the year.
This is much more than Daniel Craig as you have never seen him before in a whodunnit which is as sharp as Poirot but with many more laughs.
Writer and director Rian Johnson had a gift in his multi-talented cast and I can't recall him wasting a single minute or line.
Indeed, the greatest compliment which I can give is that his homage to Agatha Christie is so effective that anyone would believe it was written by her.
Craig stars as a famous private detective who has received an anonymous letter asking him to investigate the death of a best-selling author (Christopher Plummer).
It turns into a murder-mystery where everyone who had been in his mansion to mark his 85th birthday is considered a suspect.
Interviews take place throughout and there a shoal of red herrings and a catalogue of wrong turns.
I shall write no more about the plot because I would not want to spoil enjoyment with any clues.
Suffice to say the all-star cast, including Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael Shannon, Don Johnson and Toni Collette are terrific.
Evans plays the victim's arrogant grandson, de Armas is his nurse, Curtis is the daughter who believes the estate will be hers and Johnson is her weak husband while Shannon is another son who has expectations and Collette is an avaricious daughter-in-law.
With such a high number of big names, it is a surprise that Craig shines quite as brightly as he does but he certainly shows to potential hirers that there is more to him than 007 once he has finally checked in his licence to kill.
Indeed, he is so over-the-top that critics might suggest there is an element of pantomime around some of his scenes.
I would say that Knives Out is none the worse for it and is a classic whodunnit which can be seen by all the family - as long as they don't have an intolerance for screen vomit. There is a lot of it but, for a change, it works, given its context.

Reasons to watch: A beautifully and written whodunnit
Reasons to avoid: Some may think it is overly theatrical

Laughs: Five
Jumps: None
Vomit: Yes
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 9.5/10

Did you know? The title was taken from the 2001 Radiohead song Knives Out. Rian Johnson, a Radiohead fan, said: “Obviously, the movie has nothing to do with the song ... That turn of phrase has always stuck in my head. And it just seemed like a great title for a murder mystery."

The final word. Rian Johnson: "It was important to me that this was an actual whodunit and not something made to make fun of them. And for that, you need to get great actors and actors who can do performances that are this big but still feel like real people." Slash Film

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