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Knives Out is one of my favourite movies of all time. It’s a film that is so insanely well-written, so perfectly acted, so incredibly funny, and most of all, so shockingly clever in its execution. It completely shattered my expectations for what a whodunnit could deliver, even though I already adored the genre. How could someone do that twice? Well, I’ve no idea, but Rian Johnson did it anyway with Glass Onion.