Knives Out (2019) Movie Synopsis
The newest thriller, Knives Out (2020) movie synopsis, is one of the more suspenseful and entertaining films that have hit the screens recently. The movie stars Anna Paquin as a woman who goes undercover in a mall clothing store to locate the owner's lover, played by Colin Farrell.
There are three scenes in Knives Out that are both suspenseful and entertaining. In one of these scenes, a man comes to the store and buys a pair of scissors. As he carries them off into his car, he gets stuck on the road and is almost struck by a car that is driving erratically. At this point, Paquin's character, played by Colin Farrell, grabs his attention and starts questioning him.
The other two scenes in Knives Out are equally suspenseful. At first, the man is suspicious of Paquin and asks her if she knows her way around the store, but he quickly loses interest when she tells him the story behind the store.
After that, she reveals that the store is run by a man named Mark (Mark Strong), who has been working undercover in order to stop men from committing sexual assault. When Mark notices that the man is going to rob the store, he goes after him, but in the process, the man cuts his arm open with the sharp scissors that Mark used to enter the store.
The third scene in Knives Out that is a bit more suspenseful involves Mark confronting the man at the store. As Mark walks in, he notices that there is a man hiding behind the counter. Mark approaches the man in question, who is later revealed to be Jess (Zach Grenier), a member of an organized crime family.
Jess tries to convince Mark that he should give up his past life and become a member of the organization, but Mark remains steadfast. Jess then uses a stun gun to take down the man who is now hiding behind the counter, but it isn't long before Jess is shot by Jess' partner, a man named Jason (Brock Pierce).
What Knives Out (2020) movie about?The last scene in Knives Out that is exciting involves the couple's reunion after the incident in the store. Jess and Mark talk and the two agree to meet to discuss what the future holds for the two of them.
One thing that I didn't like about Knives Out was the film's use of flashbacks. I understand that there are times when flashbacks are necessary, but the scene where Jess was shot earlier in his life was kind of unnecessary. It would have been a lot more interesting if they had followed up on his discovery in the store about the man hiding behind the counter. Instead, we see the man running away from Jess and then seeing him get hit by a car.
Overall, I thought that Knives Out was entertaining and suspenseful. If you're looking for a good, fun comedy with good story lines and an overall positive cast, this might be the film for you.