The Little Things review: “A reminder of why we love movies”

The Little Issues is a properly timed reminder of why we love motion pictures. A morally complicated serial-killer thriller with a mouthwatering A-list solid, it’s a throwback to the Hollywood of 30-odd years in the past, when these types of status style pics have been commonplace.

It comes as no shock, then, to be taught that author/director John Lee Hancock (The Blind Aspect) penned this in 1993, on the outset of his profession. An L.A. story set largely within the night-time gloom, it’s an unsettling story of homicide, obsession, and the way the previous can hang-out you.

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