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  • Killing Them Softly (R)

    Producer Brad Pitt and writer-director Andrew Dominik team up again after their critically acclaimed The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007), switching genres from western to crime—their source material is George V. Higgins's 1974 novel Cogan's Trade—but focusing again on the talk of hardened men. more...
  • Katyn (NR)

    Andrzej Wajda has spent much of his long career dramatizing major events in Polish history, and this poignant feature depicts the circumstances surrounding the Soviet Union’s massacre of thousands of Polish officers in the spring of 1940. more...
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  • King Corn

    Morgan Spurlock's Super Size Me has inspired a wave of stunt documentaries in which filmmakers try to will a story line on an amorphous issue by putting themselves through some nutty gauntlet. more...
  • Kissing Jessica Stein

    Though the feeling persists that this movie wants to bring the spirit of Neil Simon—meaning the Jewish middle class and the New York suburbs—to lesbian farce, this adaptation by costars Jennifer Westfeldt and Heather Juergensen of their own off-Broadway play is both better and worse than that description implies. more...
  • Kansas City Confidential

    The underrated and potent noir specialist Phil Karlson directed this 1952 action thriller about a bank heist, and though it isn't a patch on his 99 River Street or The Phenix City Story, it's still well worth checking out. more...