Denzel Washington and Rami Malek hunt a killer in The Little Things trailer
Denzel Washington in the little things
Whenever you watch a trailer for a movie about the hunt for a murderer, three suspicions arise:
Is the person who looks like the killer really the killer?
Is the murderer really one of the apparent protagonists?
Or is the killer someone else, which makes our interpretation of this trailer completely controversial?
Based on the trailer for The Little Things, the new film from writer and director John Lee Hancock, our guess right now is that there is a good chance that question number two is going in the right direction. Then again, that's probably just the Red Hering intent of this trailer - or so it would lead us to believe. The film follows the small town deputy sheriff Joe "Deke" Deacon (Denzel Washington), who is sent to LA for routine work and is unofficially recruited by LA Sergeant Jim Baxter (Rami Malek) to track down a killer who threatens the city. As it stands, the shaggy madman Jared Leto - or rather his character - is involved in some way, but as is the case with these things, it's a little more complicated than it seems. The press release stated, "Baxter is unaware that the investigation is unearthing the echoes of Dee's past and uncovering intrusive secrets that could be more threatening than his case."
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Aside from the prestige catch of having three Oscar-winning winners in this film, The Little Things looks like a thoroughly garish and probably very entertaining piece of wicked pulpy thrill - in other words, the very kind of project that Denzel Washington had been having fun for nearly three decades. Let's hope Hancock evokes a sharper sense of excitement than his last 2019 film about Cops, Hunters, The Highwaymen.
The film will hit theaters on January 29th - but more importantly, it will be available that same day on HBO Max, another high-profile feather in the cap of the increasingly less confusing streaming service in its Netflix mission. Let's take another moment to say we stand 100 percent behind the Warner Brothers decision. We want to get the movie theater back as much as anyone else, but let's acknowledge that this is a year unparalleled and just consider the need to stay home - and stay safe - in the meantime.
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