Benoit Blanc, the wonderfully Southern-fried private eye Daniel Craig plays to a hilt in Knives Out, has a way with words. When he opens his mouth, out spill metaphors and folksy aphorisms and eloquent turns of phrase, all delivered in an accent another character accurately pegs as decidedly Foghorn Leghorn. Blanc can
A city school bus dropped off a frightened 10-year-old autistic boy at the wrong Bronx school Monday – and never let his parents know about blunder, his angry mom told the Daily News. Aaron Rosario was so afraid when chaperones on his new school bus ushered him off at P.S. 291—more than a half-mile
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) – Cleveland police have one man in custody after a chase and shooting in Cleveland’s Old Brooklyn neighborhood. It happened around 4:30 a.m. Thursday on Storer Ave., between West 50th and 48th. According to police, the suspect was walking through the area checking cars to see if doors were unlocked. Another man saw him and confronted him. The witness called police and gave them a description of the suspect. When officers arrived, police say the suspect ran [
As smug detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) investigates the murder of a mystery author, the suspects include the deceased’s nurse (Ana de Armas). | Lionsgate
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BRIAN VINER: How many fictional detectives can you think of with physical, psychological or even neurological impairments and disorders?
Edward Norton’s adaptation of Jonathan Lethem’s sprawling detective novel feels bloated and ungainly
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