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Knives Out | Average Guy Movie Review

When the famous mystery writer Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer) is found dead in his home, legendary detective Benoit Blanc is brought in to investigate. But in order to do so, Blanc will have to deal with Harlan's extremely dysfunctional family, all of whom are potential suspects. And the only person who can help him sort through all the madness is Harlan's nurse, Marta (Ana de Armas). Rian Johnson's crack at a murder mystery is undoubtedly some of the best fun you'll have at the cinema in 2019. It takes the classic whodunnit and dials things up to eleven. Thanks to a superb script and some fantastic performances - even Christopher Plummer gets time to shine through flashbacks - Johnson's take on the world-class detective is introduced to what is possibly the world's most dysfunctional family, a myriad bundle of mysteries even without Harlan's death. They're the type of people that many would try to avoid, especially in public. But in this

The Misguided | Average Guy Movie Review

When university dropout Levi (Caleb Galati) begins a relationship with Sanja (Jasmine Nibali) - his brother Wendel's (Steven J. Mihaljevich) ex-girlfriend - they plan to leave the city in search of a fresh start. But their plans are threatened when Levi learns of a deadly predicament That Wendel is caught up in. Now Levi faces betraying one of the people he loves in order to save the other. What would you be willing to risk for family? The Misguided is a movie that lives up to its name. Director Shannon Alexander has put together a great cast whose convincing performances help keep this intriguing story grounded in reality. It's an interesting look at the difficult bond that can hold families together, or tear them apart. All of the main characters seem to be lost souls, going nowhere fast. No matter what they do to try and improve their situation, something always seems to get in the way. More often than not, that something turns out to be themselves! As you can i