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Hawkes is predictably adept as Sampson, a ferociously independent, glamorously grizzled private investigator who seems to have stepped straight out of ..
Sometimes a stunning set piece, like the drive in theatre cum boxing ring, is enough to hold your attention.
"Beautifully filmed by Bill Fernandez, this L.A. set drama captures both the citys seedy outposts and sensuous geography."
What the film lacks in originality, it almost always makes up in honed flair.
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(In case you missed it, heres my recap of my first two days at Fantastic Fest)
Hawkes manages to survive this intolerably preening mess with a performance finely calibrated to encompass both macho swagger and quiet vulnerability.
The puzzle pieces of Haucks brain teaser dont always come together perfectly, but theres no denying its infectious fun.
But like the hardboiled detectives of yore, Too Late ultimately gets the job done even if its in its own off the books way.
A stylized blend of classic film noir and New Hollywood pulp, this remarkable debut feature may grate on mainstream viewers with its affected drama an ..
Haucks first feature can be suffocating. This narrative puzzle should be more fun than it is.
But its unique technical and structural aspects it unfolds in a series of five 20 minute uncut takes prove only a part of this enjoyable movies appeal ..
This small, committed indie, simultaneously reverent toward and eager to one up the likes of Tarantino, Scorsese and De Palma, has its share of ill co ..
Those scenes are arranged nonchronologically, a la Pulp Fiction, and its absurdly entertaining to watch the pieces fit together and to see the story l ..
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But sometimes it is, and sometimes it isnt often Hauck simply seems to be going for whatevers most attention gettingly incongruous, whether its sensat ..
With his stubborn insistence on keeping most of the ladies semi naked (or barer), its clear Hauck is also nostalgic for the good old days when strippe ..
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Undeniably ambitious, Haucks debut is a fascinating study of genre homage and cinematic technique that wears its heart on its sleeve, even if its not ..
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Hauck achieves this formal self consciousness sometimes with admirable invention and cleverness.
Overall a genre throwback, the film pits private detective Sampson (a game John Hawkes) against a cast of strip club owners, thugs, and dames on a cas ..
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The Gimmick Excels in the Postmillennial Noir Too Late Gimmicky films can be a drag.
1 of 3 View Caption | Foe Killer Films Sampson (John Hawkes, left), a private eye, talks to Dorothy (Crystal Reed), a young woman in trouble, in the | ..
The camera often functions as editing normally does, but its the whip pans directing us instead.
It is a breathtakingly assured piece of storytelling done with visual poetry and haunting emotional resonance.
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If you stand on the cutting edge, be careful: It can slice your feet off.
The results are uneven.Almost any scene with Hawkes is alive and satisfyingly showy.
Not unusual for the genre, but in this case that extends beyond the protagonists inner conflict to the fabric of the film.
This is an indulgent exercise from a young filmmaker who shows loads of promise, way too much style, and not enough script.
Too Late is a throwback to indie films of the 1990s that we dont see often anymore and that alone is enough to recommend it.
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