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Too Late (2015)

Too Late
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6.7 IMDB rating
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Crystal Reed Crystal Reed
Dorothy Mahler
Joanna Cassidy Joanna Cassidy
Eleanor Mahler
Natalie Zea Natalie Zea
Mary Mahler
Rider Strong Rider Strong
Matthew
Dash Mihok Dash Mihok
Jesse
Jeff Fahey Jeff Fahey
Roger
Robert Forster Robert Forster
Gordy Lyons


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Release date: 1 April 2016
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Mies rated this 7/10 3 weeks, 6 days ago
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Watched in 2017 (25 movies items)

"25.09.2017"


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BradWesley123's Movie Journal- December 2016 (33 movies items)

" Netflix- 1hr. 47min. First Viewing Too Late is a surprisingly effective Tarantino rip-off for about the first three of its four stories, but loses a lot of tension in its conflating last act. There are certainly problems with the film up to that point though; the plot isn't much to write about, relying on the actors and constant cinematography to create most of the energy (there are also a few gratuitous, Tarantino-aping n-bombs thrown around for absolutely no reason). The gimmick, for one-shot"


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"14.09. Netflix, 1st viewing DIRECTED BY Dennis Hauck This film needs much more exposure. Feels like the Reservoir Dogs of the decade. A modern hard-boiled Neo-Noir shot in five ~20-minute shots (about the duration of one 35 mm film reel). Complete with ace dialogue, great lead performance and a fun achronological structure. "


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Movies the giraffe watched in 2017: January (30 movies items)

"First viewing - Jan. 30th Best Hidden Gem This and Begin Again came highly recommended to me from Netflix, so I figured I'd give it a look despite knowing nothing about it beyond the synopsis. And I pretty much loved it. While the film wears its influences on its sleeve and pays tribute to them through its dialogue, the execution worked for me & I found much to appreciate. I'm sure some will dislike the style of the film, but it worked wonderfully for me. I guess I'm a sucker for references to "


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Nameless' Movie Diary 2016 (344 movies items)

"20.8."


Jpit rated this 7/10 1 year, 2 months ago
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Watched in 2016 (249 movies items)

"19/8 A private detective-thing with a puzzle-like story that is told through non-linear storytelling and with a use of dialogue-filled scenarios and long takes. Some of those long takes were unnecessary, while some, like the one in the park at the very beginning, were very impressive. And it's been a while since I've seen such a large use of long takes, so it was a pleasant surprise that this almost solely used them. I watched this in an outside screening with a little bass heavy-sounds and wit"


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