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Cert 15
128 mins
BBFC advice: Contains  strong bloody images, threat, violence, language

There are a handful of actors and actresses whose names are akin to giving a movie a stamp of guaranteed quality.
In that high echelon are Tom Hanks, Daniel Day-Lewis, Leonardo DiCaprio, Meryl Streep and Jodie Foster.
Ok, I know there are exceptions to the rule but I am sure you get my drift.
Denzel Washington's name during the opening credits gives me a similar lift as it did before John Lee Hancock's riveting thriller The Little Things.
Washington plays John Deacon - a cop who has taken a transfer out of Los Angeles after his job as a high-profile detective caused a nervous breakdown.
He is now doing a low-key uniform job but is instructed to go into the city to pick up some evidence for a forthcoming case.
As he arrives, a smart, ambitious detective (Rami Malek) is leading a murder investigation which has the hallmark of the killings which sent Deacon over the edge.
On hearing of his experience, he asks the veteran's advice about the case.
Giving him the green light to become involved sets off a wild chain of events and an avalanche of memories for the disgraced cop.
The combination of Washington as the experienced, thoughtful, damaged and relatively quiet cop and Malek (who sounds uncannily like John Malkovich) as the thrusting, slick-haired but surprisingly vulnerable new kid on the bock, simmers nicely.
But it really grips most when an adversary emerges in quick-tongued petty criminal (Jared Leto) who lights up the screen.
They expertly execute Hancock's intriguing and engaging script which he apparently wrote 28 years ago and has kept it in his drawer.
I shall write no more for fear of spoilers but I can say that The Little Things is a positive addition to Washington's catalogue and I was left wondering whether Malek will be added to my aforementioned quality guarantee.

Reasons to watch: Tense thriller with a top cast
Reasons to avoid: A couple of 'would-they-really do that?' moments

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: Morgue nudity

Overall rating: 8/10

Did you know? With his nomination for Fences, Denzel Washington became the most-nominated black actor with seven Oscar nominations.

The final word. Denzel Washington: "You know a good read. This type of thing doesn’t happen that often, when you do want to star. It’s easy when it’s good.” Indie Wire

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