7 Other Movies To Watch If You Love Knives

Take out the knives, directed by Rian Johnson, has a fantastic star-studded cast. Benoit Blanc, an accomplished detective, is played by Daniel Craig. It brings out the character perfectly, complete with a huge ego. His arrival on the scene compounds the mystery as it is not properly apparent who has performed his services in solving the mystery.


Marta Cabrera (Ana de Armas) delivers her role with confidence. She is the heroine of the story, and friend of murder victim, nurse Harlan Thromby (Christopher Plummer). His housekeeper Fran (Eddie Patterson) finds him with his throat slit, knife still in hand. It looks like an open and closed suicide case, but upon closer inspection, it turns into a murder investigation. Only Marta looks above suspicion. to me Watchman“She has a reactionary reaction to lies that makes her vomit when lying.”

With the critically acclaimed sequel Glass Onion: Takes the mystery out of the cutlery Heading to Netflix soon and a third installment already in the works, let’s take a look at some of our other beloved mystery films to check if you’re a fan of the franchise.

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Today’s movie

7/7 Chloe (1985)

Chloe (1985)
Jobber Peters Corporation

idea It introduces viewers to six HouseGuests bound together by secrets and blackmail. They are invited ominously to a mansion for dinner by their butler, Wadsworth (Tim Curry). The seventh guest, Mr. Bodhi (Li Feng), arrives later and the butler reveals that he is the one blackmailing them. His intentions were to get the guests together to force a confession and arrest Mr. Boddy. Things go south, and Mr. Boddy is killed when the lights go out. The police are on their way and the guests set out to find out who killed Mr. Boddy.

6/7 Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005)

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005)
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Kiss kiss bang bang It stars Robert Downey Jr. as Harry Lockhart, a petty thief who accidentally auditions for the role of detective while on the run from the police. He is sent to Los Angeles, where he meets his childhood friend, Harmony Faith Lane (Michelle Monaghan). Lockhart also meets private investigator “Jay” Perry Van Schreck (Val Kilmer), who is supposed to help him develop his character. During their watch, they come across a dead body, and Harry finds himself in the middle of a murder investigation.

5/7 Brick (2006)

Break (2005) Brendan (Joseph Gordon-Levitt)
Bergman Lustig Productions

brickWritten and directed by Rian Johnson, a contemporary high school drama set in an upscale Southern California high school. It follows a style now widely known as neo-noir. brick Brendan (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) sets out to find his ex-girlfriend’s body in a drain ditch – she had earlier frantically called him for help from a phone booth. Brendan takes it upon himself to solve her murder and enlists the help of his friend, Brain (Matt O’Leary), as a fellow gumshoe.

4/7 Sherlock Holmes (2009)

Sherlock Holmes (2009)
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Sherlock HolmesAnd the Mysterious action movie, which tells the story of private detective Sherlock Holmes (Robert Downey Jr.) and his partner, Dr. John Watson (Jude Law). They believe they have outsmarted Lord Blackwood (Mark Strong), a serial killer, who was later hanged but fabled back from the dead. Holmes must stop Blackwood before he can achieve his goal – to take over the British Empire and reoccupy the United States.

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3/7 Murder on the Orient Express (2017)

Murder on the Orient Express (2017) Hercule Poirot (Kenneth Branagh)
Mark Gordon Corporation

Murder on the Orient Express A tribute to Agatha Christie’s 1934 novel Murder on the Orient Express, with the image set almost entirely on a stately train whose ornate detailing is appropriately captured. Kenneth Branagh, star and director, brings to life the character of famed Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. An avalanche causes the luxury locomotive to stop before it reaches its destination, and as this happens, a dead body is found on the train. Samuel Ratchet (Johnny Depp), the murder victim, is stabbed several times during the night. It’s a race against time for Poirot as he tries to find the killer. He interviews passengers who may have made it to Ratchet’s cabin and gives his final summary in a train tunnel.

2/7 Simple Service (2018)

A Simple Favor (2018) starring Stephanie Smothers (Anna Kendrick) and Emily Nelson (Blake Lively)
Feigco Entertainment

in a simple favor, Single dad and vlogger Stephanie Smothers (Anna Kendrick) makes friends with stylish Emily Nelson (Blake Lively), a public relations executive and edgy stylist who loves a strong martini. Their young sons bring them together for a playdate, and a quick friendship forms between the two women. They are very different, and their friendship is seen as lopsided. Emily’s idea of ​​a play date is that it begins and ends with cocktails.

Now best friends, Emily asks out to Stephanie simple favor, To collect Emily’s son from school and childcare, but then Emily disappears without a trace. Stephanie begins to investigate Emily’s disappearance, and uncovers more than she bargained for.

1/7 Murder Mystery (2019)

Murder Mystery (2019) Audrey (Jennifer Aniston) and Nick Spitz (Adam Sandler) -1
Said Madison Productions

murder mystery Cast Audrey (Jennifer Aniston) and Nick Spitz (Adam Sandler) as a married couple. Nick Spitz is a New York cop, Audrey is a hairdresser, and they live a rather boring life in New York. Audrey longs for more romance in their lives, and they go on their much-delayed European honeymoon on their fifteenth anniversary. During their trip, Spitz meets Charles Cavendish (Luke Evans), who invites them for a cruise on his uncle Malcolm Quince’s (Terrence Stamp) yacht. Spitzes have great chemistry that adds some magic to their high seas vacation spot. Malcolm Quince soon dies, and the pair become prime suspects. The Spitz family turn detectives to clear themselves of the accusations of the chain-smoking French detective played by Danny Boone.

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