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  • Kubo and the Two Strings 3D (PG)

    Another stunning achievement from the Laika animation studio (Coraline, The Boxtrolls), this 3-D stop-motion fantasy concerns an 11-year-old boy in late Edo-period Japan seeking a magical suit of armor that his late father, a Samurai warrior, wore to protect himself against his immortal in-laws, the boy's maternal aunts and grandfather. more...
  • Krisha
  • Krisha (R)

    This startling debut feature by writer-director Trey Edward Shults finds horror in the mundane and despair in the bosom of a loving family. more...
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  • Kubo and the Two Strings
  • Kubo and the Two Strings (PG)

    Another stunning achievement from the Laika animation studio (Coraline, The Boxtrolls), this 3-D stop-motion fantasy concerns an 11-year-old boy in late Edo-period Japan seeking a magical suit of armor that his late father, a Samurai warrior, wore to protect himself against his immortal in-laws, the boy's maternal aunts and grandfather. more...
  • Kaili Blues
  • Kaili Blues

    Dreams of the dead weave through this enigmatic drama about a widowed physician who journeys from the Chinese provincial city of Kaili to distant Zhenyuan to find his missing young nephew and deliver a gift to the dying friend of a coworker. more...
  • Karadima's Forest

    An impressionable young man from a broken home (Pedro Campos) thinks he's found a calling when an influential priest (Luis Gnecco) takes him under his wing, but the priest coerces him into a long-term sexual relationship. more...
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  • The Kill Team
  • The Kill Team

    This gripping documentary unravels the story of the so-called "Kill Team," a group of U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan who manufactured combat kills by murdering unarmed civilians in Kandahar province. more...
  • Kill the Messenger (R)

    Gary Webb, an investigative reporter for the humble San Jose Mercury News, broke one of the biggest national news stories of 1996 with his three-part series "Dark Alliance," documenting the CIA's involvement with Nicaraguan drug dealers who had flooded Los Angeles with crack and funneled money to the Contras. more...
  • The Killers

    Robert Siodmak's atmospheric 1946 rendition of Ernest Hemingway's classic short story proved a success for the young Burt Lancaster, playing an ex-fighter who double-crosses the fixers and ends up the target of reprisal. more...
  • Karayuki-san: The Making of a Prostitute

    Kikuyo Zendo, the subject of Shohei Imamura's funny, shocking, and seemingly effortless 1975 documentary, was one of thousands of impoverished Japanese women forced into prostitution and shuttled across southeast Asia in the early 20th century. more...
  • King Kong (PG-13)

    Peter Jackson's gripping 2005 remake rethinks the characters from the 1933 original, turning its stark Jungian fantasy into a soulless but skillful set of kinetic and emotional effects. more...
  • Kill Your Darlings (R)

    Nobody needs another movie about the Beat Generation, but this debut feature by New York University graduate John Krokidas outpaces most dramatic films about Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, and William S. Burroughs, pushing back the legend enough to consider them as people. more...
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  • Kind Hearts and Coronets

    Robert Hamer's 1949 film is often cited as the definitive black, eccentric British comedy, yet it's several cuts better than practically anything else in the genre. more...