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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Tom Cottey's rating of the film Little Boxes

  2. fearraigh's rating of the film Little Boxes

    There's an insouciance that's appealing, and the late Nelsan Ellis gives a good turn that reminds you a bit of Teju Cole, but, for all the freshness of the representation of an interracial family, this cleaves far too closely to well-worn templates. And, while I like languidness in pacing, Little Boxes overdoes it to the point of being almost apologetic about its own presence.

  3. lepetitjermey's rating of the film Little Boxes

  4. oldeuboi's rating of the film Little Boxes

    The idea was brilliant. But the execution was too subdued to make a more resonance impact.

  5. MATTEO BITTANTI's rating of the film Little Boxes

    Harmless, mostly apolitical, ultimately redundant dramedy about the so-called problems of privileged, gentrifiers yuppies in suburbia. It provides tame, banal, pseudo-social commentary for the multiplex crowd. Melanie Lynskey does her usual, irritating Lena Dunham's impersonation. Little Boxes ain't Little Men. It's not little: it's less.