Knives Out stands as one of the most unique and groundbreaking murder mystery films of all time, with a standout subversive screenplay and a great surprising upending of the familiar formula. While most eccentric detective figures like Daniel ...
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Netflix's The Wonder occupies a very thought-provoking space in the science vs. religion debate. Lib (played by Black Widow's Florence Pugh) is an English nurse who comes to Ireland in the 1800s, cynical of a young girl, Anna, who's supposedly been ...
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While he acknowledged the countless adaptations of mystery novel series like Agatha Christie, the genre itself isn't known for its innovation. “It's not like there are thousands of classics, like film noir, where it feels like there's unlimited amount of ...
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Pugh and Cassidy's performances both propel the narrative forward, hypnotizing the audience from the very beginning to the end.
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The reveal that Knives Out's Benoit Blanc is gay brought both praise and backlash on social media, but Daniel Craig wants people to just move on.
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The film is set in the Irish Midlands in 1862 and stars British actress Florence Pugh as a nurse on a mission to investigate what some are calling a medical anomaly, and others a miracle. Pugh plays ...
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By Seth Lukas Hynes. This week, Seth Lukas Hynes reviews The Wonder, starring Florence Pugh, Kíla Lord Cassidy and Tom Burke. Rated M. 3.5/5. The Wonder is an intriguing historical mystery film that shoots itself in the foot with one idiotic creative ...
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'Wednesday' showrunners Al Gough and Miles Millar share plans for a potential Season 2 — read our finale recap.
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