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Little Pink House rises up on the foundation of Catherine Keener's strong central performance, even if its fact-based story never quite fills in the framework.
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"Litte Pink House" feels like it's only ever checking off the requisite moments of civic outrage, while failing to connect with viewers on a level that's deeper than the average made-for-TV issue-of-the-week movie.
A workmanlike dramatization of a controversial Supreme Court decision that never quite makes a case for itself.
Keener's performance keeps the film grounded even as blunt scenes of the opposing camp's machinations flirt with soap opera villainy.
The cast works diligently, and Keener is scrappy but calm throughout, with a convincing naturalism as a woman with tremendous strength and a powerful belief in civil rights.
The movie often seems to have a hard time making up its mind whether it wants to be The Insider or Mean Girls.
If the story's political and personal nuances have been a bit flattened in Balaker's script, keeping proceedings in a movie-of-the-week register, this "Little Pink House" nonetheless retains what property developers would call good bones.
A vehement critique of economic injustice, class warfare and corporate power.
Has its heart in the right place, but it fails to rise much beyond issue-oriented movie-of-the-week quality.
Little Pink House benefits tremendously from Keener's charisma, compassion and sense of humor.
Little Pink House is a fairly textbook rendition of a true story adapted for film, complete with authentic locations and local extras.
A fact-based story of government bullying that makes you want to turn all politicians into piñatas.
The reedy true-life saga never quite finds its pulse and purpose.
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