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      Too Late

      2015, Drama/Mystery & thriller, 1h 47m

      34 Reviews 500+ Ratings

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      Too Late pays homage to its genre inspirations affectionately enough to beg forgiveness for relying on them so heavily. Read critic reviews

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      A private investigator (John Hawkes) scours the streets of Los Angeles to track down a missing woman (Crystal Reed) from his past.

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      • Mar 29, 2016

        This continously shot mystery is clever and a little too clever for its own good. The slow pace works for me, the film is very well acted and John Hawkes is incredible. The slow burning plot unfolds in pieces and when we learn the truth it has a strong gut punch moment that will linger after the credits roll. The camera technique is a gimmick that doesn't always work but it sets itself apart from films in the genre. I liked this quite like Brick many years before. The talent behind the film will move onto further projects and based on this impressive film, they will have a bright future.

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      • Mar 11, 2016

        I saw this at the Cleveland International Film Festival. It is perhaps the worst thing I have seen in the many years I've attended this festival and by far the worst thing I've seen screened at the Cleveland Cinematheque. This is Cleveland native Dennis Hauck first feature. He attempts to use the gimmick of five 20-minute uncut scenes to tell his story. He makes multiple references to cheap thrillers like Carnival of Souls from 1962. I was repeatedly reminded by the gratuitous nudity, drugs and violence, fundamentally gratuitous-Tarantino, that this feels like an over-inflated film-student film. The writing and way the actresses were forced to appear topless or obviously braless also reminded me of the trashy The Room by Tommy Wiseau and Fateful Findings by Neil Breen. The film does have John Hawkes as the private investigator in its favor (and probably one of the few reasons it got picked up by festivals). The non-linear plot used to cause disorientation, the at times sloppy camera work, and the mediocre to vapid supporting cast are not saved by some 35mm film purist bull.

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