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LITTLE BOXES 3

Everyone has their own personal experiences to inform their life journey, and I respect that. However, I’d like to know what the heck suburbia personally did to screenwriter Annie J. Howell and director Rob Meyer to make them so mad at it. “Little Boxes” is the umpteenth picture to explore the poisonous reach of casual living, only here the focus is less on the temptation of boredom and more on racial issues, playing into the zeitgeist. “Little Boxes” isn’t robust enough as a drama and routinely unfunny, but one can spot what the filmmakers were aiming to achieve with this collision of skin color, teenage rebellion, and social awkwardness. Howell and Meyer shoot for a dramedy, but they end up with a feature that’s tonally confused and frequently meandering. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com

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