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Too Late

Too Late is a movie starring Natalie Zea, Dichen Lachman, and Joanna Cassidy. Explores the tangled relationship between a troubled private investigator and the missing woman he's hired to help find.

Other Titles
Troppo tardi
Running Time
1 hours 47 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Mystery, Thriller, Drama
Director
Dennis Hauck
Writer
Dennis Hauck
Actors
Natalie Zea, Robert Forster, Dichen Lachman, Joanna Cassidy
Country
USA
Year
2015
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Explores the tangled relationship between a troubled private investigator and the missing woman he's hired to help find.

Comments about mystery «Too Late» (20)

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Deborah Schmidt

Yes, let's get the obvious things out of the way: this movie is not perfect, and it is a bit slow to get to the drama, the torture, the heartbreak and more. But is not a waste of time. If you like sophisticated dramas, you'll love it. If you like realistic crime, you'll love it. If you like trashy, loud, and pointless 'acting', you'll love it. I personally loved it. It may not be the best thing to watch but it's a fun one. I can't help thinking there are lots of mistakes and plot holes in the movie, but don't let it get to you. Watch it and be glad you did. If not, go watch something else.

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Sarah W.

The movie has the creepy,creepy atmosphere.but at least the killers and their motives are more plausible than those in The Sixth Sense. So if you want a creepy,creepy horror, this movie is not for you. But if you want a thriller that has mystery and twists, then you'll like this movie. It has some very realistic elements (like the killers' motive) and some unexpected plot twists. So, if you liked "The Sixth Sense," then you'll like this movie. There's not much more to say.

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Lauren Knight

Spoilers The movie was good in the end, but I was disappointed in some of the parts, especially at the end. The scenes are very good, but then the ending feels as if they didn't leave enough room for the next two parts to develop, because it was confusing. I hope that "A Cure For Wellness" will continue to follow the same kind of direction, because it's good to see a change for the better.

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Jeffrey

Tragic tragedy is just that.so interesting. The set-up of a 4-year old who wants to find a dead body in the river is just great. I loved the performance of the kid. When he says "I want to find a dead body" I get goosebumps. The kid is so cute, it makes me want to cry. Especially when he says "I'm scared.I'm scared." The other performances are great as well. Michael Rooker is truly a great actor. Every time he speaks I get goosebumps. I highly recommend this movie. It is so great!

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Jean

I saw this movie as a kid and it was a surprise. The older I get the more I notice how important it is to believe in something and hope for the best. This movie dealt with the difference between fantasy and reality and how it can influence one's personality. I recommend it for anyone who believes that anything is possible and believes in magic and the paranormal. The last words "it's just a movie" are just a metaphor for the fact that they don't believe that anything has to be real. I think the scene where she's waiting for the elevator is one of the best scenes in the movie. The ending of the movie is really sad but the protagonist believes in the mission to the end. The overall movie is a perfect example of how believing in something and hope for the best will win. I've seen it many times and it doesn't get old. A great movie for kids and adults.

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Dennis

By far, one of the best films of the year. I expected more from a movie named "Pitch Black" when it first came out, and then from a movie named "Prisoners", but "Rooftop." is simply amazing. The way it made me feel like I was watching a dream. It's incredible how much it took to make that one scene. It's one of those movies that really made me realize how important it is to get out of our homes and go somewhere else. I mean, really. Go somewhere else. I'm only 14, but I think it's really important to go out and get away from all of the houses we live in, and the crap that comes with it. Even if it's just for a day, it can really help us to get into a whole new world, which we rarely get to explore when we're living in that house. If you're in a similar situation, I'd definitely recommend it.

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Pamela

This movie is like a cross between Being John Malkovich and The Sixth Sense. The plot is very interesting and original and the acting is superb from all the cast members. This is a movie to be viewed and re-watched many times over, I highly recommend it.

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Jane Hunter

Some of the dialogue and plot line is a little too shaky, but that doesn't matter because the characters are so endearing and you just want to watch them bounce off each other. Sometimes the flashbacks and detail of the murders are a bit confusing, but I never really cared. Most of the characters were likable, and the ending (in the book) is probably what was intended in the movie. And this movie has a few points that I'd change about the film. It seemed like the director tried to push the limits too much with the editing and pacing. It was great, and I love this movie so much. But, if you can figure it out, then you know what I'm talking about. If you don't, then it's too easy to see it through.

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John E.

The Good: The beginning of the movie is very original; It was filmed in a way that brought back memories from the original and surprised me. The main characters were great and they had great chemistry. It was an interesting plot and made me think of a number of other movies. The ending was excellent as well. The Bad: One of the main characters was annoying in some ways. This is because his story was basically told from the heart. It was a very clever movie. The movie didn't need to go this route, but I did. Some of the plot twists didn't make much sense. The movie was good overall, but it could have been better. It is worth seeing if you are interested in thriller movies.

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Frank

SPOILER ALERT This is the kind of movie that keeps you thinking. You need to understand why things are happening and why they don't happen to the people around you. The two actors who play the roles of the men in the movie, Sam Rockwell and Ryan Gosling, pull off the roles superbly. The plot is interesting, but there is not enough explanation to make it interesting. It has the flow and feel of a low budget movie. There is a lot of symbolism in the movie. You really need to pay attention to the symbolism. It keeps you guessing about what's going on. I recommend this movie to anyone who likes to think about things.

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Douglas T.

Not being a fan of "The X Files," I had no idea what to expect from this movie. I enjoyed "Metropia" but this one didn't have the same feeling. I'm glad I saw it. I was shocked at how much the movie had in common with the show. The screenplay was good, and I loved the ending. The way Mulder and Scully worked together was interesting and entertaining. I loved the symbolism in the movie, and it fit with the "X Files" better than the show ever did. The movie was a good viewing experience. I recommend this movie to fans of "X-Files."

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Daniel Howell

If you have watched the movie and you have seen the first trailer for the movie, I don't think you need to watch the movie again. There are a few things you need to pay attention to and the movie is pretty slow moving. So for the sake of the movie, you might want to watch it again once the first trailer is over.

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Sara C.

It's a good movie. I'm not a big movie fan, so I'm not going to comment on the acting or plot. What I will say is that the story doesn't make any sense. It really doesn't. I won't even try to comment on the photography, the music, or the directing, because they're all absolutely perfect. It is just a shame that it's so short. I think I will just stick to the story and not the photography. It's really, really worth watching.

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Ryan L.

I think I can describe this film as a spy thriller. This movie is not overly violent or violent at all. I watched the film last night and after watching it, I would say that this movie is not that good. It is just okay. The acting is nothing great, but it's not that bad either. There is a slow beginning and it might be a bit confusing, but I guess it's ok. It's a spy film, but the whole movie is just a little bit dark. I really didn't like the film, but it's okay. It's a watchable film, but don't expect too much.

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Harold B.

I think there are a lot of secrets in this movie, so I think that you should pay more attention to what's going to happen next. I liked the "war of the worlds" ending, but I think that it was more emotional than terrifying. A sad ending for this movie. I think it's the second best movie of 2015. I give it 8/10, and it is better than the new Bond movie. The aliens in the beginning were more frightening than the ending in "The Hurt Locker". I'm watching this movie with my husband and we both like the second one better. The female doctor in this one was scarier than the "Groundhog Day" scene in "The Avengers" movie. My favorite scene in this movie was the ones in the train. There were many signs in the train that lead to different places. You see all kinds of signs of distress. "Slow-motion Special Effect"! I wish they would have used the moving car instead of the lifeless car.

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Timothy C.

I think everyone will have the same opinion about this film, even me, having read the book before seeing it. I will say it was entertaining.it had elements of drama, suspense, and a few great action scenes. I thought it was worth seeing at least once. The plot is simple. The agent is not sure how to handle the case. It is being handled by two agents, however, one is a legend in his own way, and is usually trusted by the boss and his assistant. The other agent is not seen enough to get a good impression of him. The two agents start to work together in an attempt to find the real killer, and the group splits up. It is an interesting story, and I liked the way the twist was handled. I thought the film did a good job in revealing a little about the case and the people involved, but I found the ending anticlimactic. The film did not move fast enough. However, the acting was great. Each actor showed why they are professionals. This is a well-done film. I found it entertaining, I enjoyed it, and I would recommend it to anyone. There are a few moments where you will be shocked or a little bit scared. I would not put this film up there with "The Sixth Sense", "The Usual Suspects", "Carrie", or "Pulp Fiction", but I still enjoyed it. It is a good way to spend a couple of hours and feel good about yourself for doing so. I will watch it again, and I will see it again. I am not looking for it to become a classic film. It is a good movie, I would have to say. I rate it a 8 out of 10. It is worth seeing if you like crime thrillers. It is worth seeing if you want to see a good movie. I would recommend this film to anyone, no matter your level of movie appreciation. I would watch it again, I would like to see it again.

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Ronald McDonald

Stirring music, a compelling acting job, and a real mystery plot are all here. With a good amount of twists and turns, you will be thoroughly involved in the main characters and their everyday lives. It's a subtle psychological thriller with an equally great ending. I would say this movie is not for those who are not particularly emotional or easily moved. It's an artful, understated film about how we all want to escape from the real world into something so unreal that it takes away our real emotions. Or maybe you're the only one of a family to have one parent that is still having nightmares and they are explaining why it happened that way. It will take a little bit of suspension of disbelief to sit through it but it's worth it. 7/10

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Nicholas R.

This film is, for me, quite difficult to understand as it presents the main character, "Jessie" (Julianne Hough) as having a somewhat fractured and somewhat fucked-up personality. We have to piece together the events of the past six months and his transformation into a completely different person. We have to keep in mind that she is clearly still in therapy for a psychological problem. I think this is essential to understanding her, but at the same time it is probably too difficult. The film may be too slow-moving at times, but it is very suspenseful and could have done with a little more emphasis. If there is one thing I can point to it is the soundtrack. The soundtrack perfectly matches the film's moods and gives it an air of mystery. I am looking forward to the soundtrack for the DVD release. This film definitely deserves some positive notice.

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Margaret

The film starts with the title, The Hand That Rocks The Cradle, it sounds eerily like the title of a song by the great James Taylor. The title is not used until nearly the third act. Here we see the story of a troubled girl, Dawn, who lives in an apartment that is haunted by the memories of her murder by her older sister (Sharon Stone). She believes that this has haunted her ever since she was a child and tries to work her way to safety by joining a group to try and find the girl's killer. There is a pretty good cast in this movie, its a slow burning mystery with a lot of character development, and a great soundtrack that adds to the mystery. The script is solid, there are a few twists in the end, but what is really great about this movie is the fact that its non-linear. It isn't the film telling us what it wanted us to believe, its a mystery, and its the audience taking in a different perspective. Its a good thriller, and with a really good story, its one of those films that isn't for everyone, and it may take a while to get to see how the story unfolds. Its worth a watch if you want a different story, but it won't be to everyone. 7/10

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Larry J.

I know you already saw a plot summary of this movie, but if you haven't, I'll say it again. Imagine a movie with a budget much smaller than what most indie movie makers can muster (since most indies seem to end up with 10-15 million) that doesn't always look like a Hollywood film. It might make some money, but it will probably never be nominated for an Oscar. One of the most overrated indie movies of all time, Deep Red, even this year, is quite possibly the best movie about the dark side of all people. While the movie might have some flaws, especially towards the end, Deep Red is one of the greatest of all times.