Lou (2022) – Review | Netflix Thriller #Lou #Review #Netflix #Thriller Welcome to Americanah Blog, here is the new story we have for you today:
What I really like about Jurnee Smollett in Lou, and everything else she’s done is that she always manages to show strength and emotions. Meaning she’s always showing that you can be a strong and capable person, but not make yourself cold. You can love and hurt, but still, keep fighting.
That’s real and important – particularly in a survival story of this kind!
In Lou, she has a young daughter, Vee, who is also portrayed wonderfully by Ridley Asha Bateman. Kids can be hit or misses, but the young Ridley Asha Bateman is clearly a hit!
Logan Marshall-Green always delivers
Admittedly, I do feel very spoiled with the cast of Lou since the core cast consists of three actors I absolutely adore. After Allison Janney and Jurnee Smollett, we’re introduced to Logan Marshall-Green who is somewhat of a chameleon.
He can play the charming good guy or the sadistic bad guy. Sometimes even a little bit of both.
From Prometheus to The Invitation to Leigh Whannell‘s 2018 sci-fi action thriller Upgrade, we see Logan Marshall-Green portray intriguing and fascinating characters. In Lou, he is definitely not a good guy.
However, to keep things real, we do also get some backstory. Not to excuse his behavior but rather to help explain what shaped him into the man he is today.