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How ‘Knives Out’ Takes on White Upper-Class Liberalism

I went into Rian Johnson’s new film expecting a fun murder mystery. What I got was so much more.

The nature of Rian Johnson’s new film Knives Out is surprising and subversive right from the start. That made reviewing the film a somewhat difficult task, as I couldn’t discuss much of what I loved about it. The…

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A film critic with a taste for genre fare, living in Sioux Falls, SD. If you love movies, we’ll get along just fine.

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Sam Lenz

Sam Lenz

A film critic with a taste for genre fare, living in Sioux Falls, SD. If you love movies, we’ll get along just fine.

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