There’s a thing that Don Johnson does in Knives Out that, in our opinion, is the mark of a great actor: In character as kept husband and Trumpian dickhead Richard Drysdale, Johnson lies, and he lies poorly. Think about it: It’s hard enough to lie convincingly and have someone believe it. To act like you’re trying to lie well, but to actually be lying poorly—well, that’s just skill.
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