Small Crimes


Crime / Drama / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 59%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 31%
IMDb Rating 5.8 10 6989

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Uploaded By: FREEMAN
March 21, 2021 at 09:33 AM



Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as Joe Denton
Molly Parker as Charlotte Boyd
Gary Cole as Dan Pleasant
Robert Forster as Joe Denton Sr.
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872.63 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 35 min
P/S 37 / 106
1.75 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 35 min
P/S 48 / 107

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by farkaspal 7 / 10

A story about second chances and those who (don't) deserve them

The background comes in bits and pieces and it takes time to put those pieces together for the viewer, but despite what many other reviews stated, it's a coherent, layered story, and one that leaves you thinking afterwards.

Beneath the upper layer, which is a crime story with good number of twists and characters, there is a story about second chances and lost cases, and the invisible line that separates the two. It's also a story about realizing there are things you can not amend, no matter how hard you try. The protagonist did a lot of awful things in the past, he messed up his own life and that of his family on several accounts. He served his time and he just wants a clean slate. Now, the question raised by the movie is if he did change and become a better man, and more importantly, irrespective of becoming a better man or not, does he really have a second chance in life, or it's just a false hope that he can't let go of. We get some hints throughout the film, that despite his doomed situation, he at least tries to do better, but probably not hard enough, and makes the same mistakes he did before he went to jail. His final and biggest tragedy is that he fails to realize that he reached the point where the world would be a better place without him for all those who are (or should be) important for him. Maybe because he just can't let go of his hope for a second chance, even though it's already lost.

Well acted and sad movie about a lost case.

Reviewed by macnabs-1 8 / 10

The kind of film Netflix should be making

Don't believe the low rating. This is an excellent drama, well written, well acted, well directed.

Reviewed by milesarcher-72921 8 / 10

Modern Noir Film for those who 'get' noir stories

Skimming the previous reviews, it appears a lot of folks aren't 'getting' what noir stories are all about. If you love 'Double Indemnity' or 'The Postman Always Rings Twice', then you should enjoy 'Small Crimes'. If you want your stories straightforward with resolutions that leave you feeling that 'all's right with the world' then this isn't your bag, man; or perhaps not 'your cup of tea', mate.

As for execution of the film itself, the director's worked very much in the classic noir style, but with a modern interpretation. There is no rambling around with the story, all the dialogue and early scenes set up the increasingly rapid spiral of destruction. That's what 'noir' is all about, so if you don't get that, you've not seen or read the works that make up this genre...or you just don't like noir.

I'd liken it, in a way, to 'Memento', which I loved the first time I saw it, and freely admit I didn't understand a lot of it until the end...and which point all I wanted to do was watch it again to see what I know I'd missed the first time. Small Crimes is that sort of movie, you'll want to watch it again and pick up all the subtle cues you missed the first time around. I found the very end to be perfect, and so subtle you might miss the implications. This isn't some green-screen flick to watch when you're brain dead. It's weird, wild, terrifying, the characters are real people you care about...even the 'bad' guys.

I said there are spoilers because I don't want to take the chance someone might think there's one in here. Other reviewers have made the story line fairly clear, so there's no need for me to do that yet again.

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