Is The Little Things on Netflix?

The neo-noir crime thriller The Little Things has been revered for its lead performances as well as the direction and atmosphere, and many subscribers are wondering if the film is available on Netflix.

The exceptional movie stars Academy Award winner and Cecil B. Demille recipient Denzel Washington as deputy sheriff Joe Deacons aka Deke, who used to be a big shot detective until a case didn’t go as planned. Now, he finds himself looking for the same killer with a new hotshot at the helm of the investigation played by Academy Award winner Rami Malek.

Together, the two must hunt down this murderer taking the lives of innocent women. The suspect they have in their sights has all the signs of being their man. Academy Award winner Jared Leto also stars in the film, and his performance earned the movie its only Golden Globe nomination as well as a nod from the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

His performance as eccentric creep Albert Sparma was also a selected entry for the 93rd Academy Awards, along with the Makeup and Hairstyling team that created his less tan appealing appearance, but neither landed nominations. Despite that, the John Lee Hancock-directed film is a must-watch affair, and it is understandable why many are curious to learn if it is available on Netflix.

Is The Little Things available on Netflix?

As to whether or not the crime drama thriller starring Oscar-winning actors Washington, Malek, and Leto is available on the popular streaming service isn’t great, to say the least. The Little Things is not available on Netflix.

There are other great titles with a similar storyline available within the streaming powerhouse’s impressive lineup. Mindhunter, Nightcrawler, Zodiac, Gerald’s Game, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and more are all waiting to be watched now.

Where you can stream The Little Things

The Little Things released on Jan. 29, 2021, in theaters and on HBO Max. The limited run on streaming service that is also the home to such hits as Zack Snyder’s Justice League and Godzilla vs. Kong is over.

The film is still in theaters and is available for $19.99 on Vudu, YouTube, and Google Play.