A private investigator (John Hawkes) scours the streets of Los Angeles to track down a missing woman (Crystal Reed) from his past. He then finds himself tangled up in sleazy scandal involving strip clubs, petty drug pushers, and missing girls.
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We Got This Covered
April 27, 2016 It might get a little smug and a wee bit pretentious, but Too Late is never less than impressive.Read in Source
Salt Lake Tribune
May 12, 2016 Dennis Hauck's noir drama Too Late works better as a stylistic exercise than as absorbing drama, though a soulful performance by John Hawkes carries it pretty far.Read in Source
April 28, 2016 This thing is mildly tasty, but no one will say it's organic.Read in Source
April 21, 2016 A stylized blend of classic film noir and New Hollywood pulp, this remarkable debut feature may grate on mainstream viewers with its affected drama and offbeat pacing, but cinephiles will be charmed.Read in Source
New York Post
March 31, 2016 The hyperverbal screenplay quickly grows tiresome, from the sub-"Pulp Fiction" prattle of two drug dealers (Dash Mihok and Rider Strong) to one act after another in which desperate women are preyed upon or saved by the men around them.Read in Source
New York Times
March 31, 2016 While it can be frustrating to see some filmmakers dash off copies of other movies, it's deeply enjoyable to find one who so appreciates his inspirations.Read in Source
April 14, 2016 Almost any scene with Hawkes is alive and satisfyingly showy. You feel his absence when he isn't there, though Joanna Cassidy, Crystal Reed and Robert Forster all have their moments.Read in Source
May 05, 2016 With "Too Late," Hauck confirms that he's a master of the film medium. What's less convincing is why this film matters.Read in Source
San Francisco Chronicle
April 07, 2016 The puzzle pieces of Hauck's brain-teaser don't always come together perfectly, but there's no denying it's infectious fun.Read in Source
April 28, 2016 John Hawkes is immaculate as Sampson as Too Late effectively injects the viewer into a fictional reality that feels genuine and is the one place on earth where cigarette smoking sleuthing in a tattered Thunderbird is as cool as it gets.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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