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The Little Things is a crime thriller scripted, directed, and produced by John Lee Hancock John Lee Hancock, Jr. is an American writer, direc >> Read More... . The film is co-produced by Mark Johnson. Thomas Newman composed the music, and the cinematography is by John Schwartzman. Robert Frazen edited the film. The film has the star cast of Denzel Washington, Rami Malek, Jared Leto American actor, singer, and lyricist Jared Joseph >> Read More... , Chris Bauer, Michael Hyatt, Terry Kinney, Natalie Morales, Isabel Arraiza, Joris Jarsky, Glenn Morshower, Sofia Vassilieva, Jason James Richter, John Harlan Kim, Frederick Koehler, Judith Scott, Maya Kazan, Tiffany Gonzalez, Anna McKitrick, Sheila Houlahan, Olivia Washington, Ebony N Mayo, Lee Garlington Lee Garlington is an American film and television >> Read More... , and Charlie Saxton.
On a highway, a motorist follows a girl. She seeks help at the nearby gas station, but it is closed. She crosses a desert and then finds a truck and gets help from the driver. After some time, Joe Deke, the deputy Sheriff, gets information about a murder case. While analyzing the case, he could relate the modus operandi to an unsolved old case. On that night, a woman named Ronda, who went jogging is reported missing. Jimmy Baxter, the leading detective, analyzes the case. Deke takes a holiday and visits Baxter to help him solve the case. The next day, the police get a dead body, and Baxter finds the MO of this case is similar to that of the previous cases. Deke suspects Albert Sparma, who works in a repair shop. Later in the investigation, they find out that the people who died are all prostitutes. During the investigation, Sparma attacks Baxter, and the counterattack leads to his death. Deke asks Baxter to bury Sparma, but he didn’t do. What happens next? The rest of the film deals with who the murderer is and what happens to Baxter.
Denzel Washington, Rami Malek, and Jared Leto did their roles perfectly and impressed the audience.
The movie is set in the ‘90s, and the production designs are neatly done. John Lee Hancock moved the story well, and the characterizations are wonderful. The casting team had picked the right stars and employed them well in suitable roles. Certain interesting sequences make the audience glued to the seats. But, some scenes miss the logic, and the cinematic liberties are used well. The technical and production values are excellent. The BGM projects the thrills, well.
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If you watch the whodunit kind of movie, you will like this film for sure.
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