Sometimes you just feel like a good, old-fashioned one
Crime. An ingenious crime of no deeper meaning, a sly one
Investigators that you don't even regret for the condition of your soul or marriage
got to. Rian Johnson, who contributed to Starwars-Saga The Last Jedi the fan audience split up, as if to relax
one of them selected exactly such a crime project (which now almost appropriately
at the same time as the latest, final Starwars-Film comes to the cinema, and
the debate over the competition between Johnson and J. J. Abrams for new food
thing is a classic whodunit with great
Staff (including Daniel Craig, Jamie Lee Curtis, Toni Collette and Don Johnson) and a few locations, one Murder in the mansion– Affair in clear allusion to the good old one
Agatha Christie, where only one thing is certain: the person who comes first
suspected is innocent. Or maybe, after the umpteenth, everything
Previous warping phrase, isn't it?
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The genre naturally includes that of the plot
cannot reveal much without impairing the viewing pleasure.
The film begins with the discovery of a body: The
Domestic worker Fran (Edi Patterson) finds her employer, the best-selling
and crime writer Harlan Thrombey
(Christopher Plummer) in his study, the attic of his magnificent
Villa, lying on the divan with a cut throat. It looks like suicide. Thrombey was cheerfully with the family the evening before
celebrated his 85th birthday. Detective takes more of a routine action
Elliot (Lakeith Stanfield)
the individual family members before to clarify Thrombey's last hours
to accomplish. The viewer as well as a certain private investigator listening in the background called Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig)
quickly concludes that there is more to Thrombey's death than expected.
Everyone seems somehow suspicious: The
embittered eldest daughter Linda (Jamie Lee Curtis) who never differs from the old
felt valued enough, as did her shabby husband Richard (Don
Johnson); the permanently wounded son Walt (Michael Shannon), who never did it in life
out of the orbit of the successful father, just like that
Daughter-in-law Joni (Toni Collette), whose business is built on sand as a lifestyle consultant. It hardly sees in the grandchildren generation
Better off: There is Joni's daughter Megan (Katherine Langford), a little talented and very outward-looking young woman, Walt's son Jacob (Jaeden Martell), a tight teen with social media affinity
and alt-right views, and
finally Hugh (Chris Evans), called Ransom, Lindas and Richards
Son, a bashful show-off and wannabe playboy.
They all have after
Death of the patriarch much to lose. This also applies to the domestic workers Fran and Marta (Ana de Armas), the nurse of old Thrombey. The only one about everyone
Wanetta Thrombey (K Callan), who is senile, seems suspicious
Mother of the old writer, who as a silent factotum about the running gag of the
Film. Also because nobody can say with certainty how old she is and what she is
still notices what is happening around them.