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  • Kalamity (R)

    Nick Stahl stars as a man who returns to his hometown in northern Virginia and learns that one of his old buddies has become erratic and possibly dangerous. more...
  • Kambakkht Ishq (NR)

    Sabir Khan directed this Bollywood comedy about an Indian stuntman in Los Angeles. more...
  • The Karate Kid (PG)

    Will Smith produced this remake of the 1984 hit as a vehicle for his son, Jaden. more...
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  • Katanga Business

    The Congolese province of Katanga is a major supplier of the world’s gold, copper, and uranium, but precious little of the profit trickles down to the ordinary folk who live and work there, and multinational competition has intensified lately with the arrival of Indian and Chinese interests. more...
  • Kate Plays Christine
  • Kate Plays Christine

    Tireless indie performer Kate Lyn Sheil (The Color Wheel) plays herself in this metadocumentary about Christine Chubbuck, the Sarasota newscaster who killed herself with a pistol on the air in 1974. more...
  • Keanu
  • Keanu (R)

    Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, of the Comedy Central sketch program Key & Peele, make their big-screen debut with this weak gangster farce, which begins with a silly premise and follows it to its barely amusing conclusion. more...
  • Keep On Keepin' On
  • Keep On Keepin' On (R)

    A force in jazz since the 1950s, trumpeter Clark Terry has played with everyone from Duke Ellington to Dizzy Gillespie to Charles Mingus to Sonny Rollins to Lionel Hampton to Cecil Taylor, and he mentored both Miles Davis and Quincy Jones. more...
  • Keeping Up With the Joneses
  • Keeping Up With the Joneses (PG-13)

    A staid suburban couple (Isla Fisher, Zach Galifianakis) are pulled into a web of intrigue after two married CIA agents (Jon Hamm, Gal Gadot) move into the house across the cul-de-sac. more...
  • Kevin Hart: What Now?
  • Kevin Hart: What Now? (R)

    Stand-up comedy suffers in a large performance space—the comic loses intimacy with the audience, and the laughs take longer to work their way through the crowd—yet this Kevin Hart concert movie is predicated on the show's size: shot in August 2015, it documents his sold-out, record-breaking performance before more than 50,000 people at Lincoln Financial Field in his native Philadelphia. more...