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  • Kiki (NR)

    Sara Jordeno directed this documentary about "a group of LGBTQ youths of color [who] unite to form a safe gathering space." more...
  • King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
  • King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (PG-13)

    After directing a number of British crime comedies, Guy Ritchie applied his rapid-fire wisecracks, gleeful violence, and flashy cutting and camera moves to the Sherlock Holmes franchise; that same method works well for this big-budget Arthurian legend, perhaps because the king (Charlie Hunnam) and his knights have been recast as streetwise brawlers targeting an evil usurper of the throne (Jude Law). more...
  • King Arthur: Legend of the Sword 3D
  • King Arthur: Legend of the Sword 3D (PG-13)

    After directing a number of British crime comedies, Guy Ritchie applied his rapid-fire wisecracks, gleeful violence, and flashy cutting and camera moves to the Sherlock Holmes franchise; that same method works well for this big-budget Arthurian legend, perhaps because the king (Charlie Hunnam) and his knights have been recast as streetwise brawlers targeting an evil usurper of the throne (Jude Law). more...
  • Kong: Skull Island
  • Kong: Skull Island (PG-13)

    The giant ape returns, though this Jurassic Park knockoff takes place neither in the Depression era, which gave us the original King Kong (1933), nor in the present, when satellite photos would surely alert us to the existence of a 100-foot gorilla. more...
  • Kong: Skull Island 3D (PG-13)

    The giant ape returns, though this Jurassic Park knockoff takes place neither in the Depression era, which gave us the original King Kong (1933), nor in the present, when satellite photos would surely alert us to the existence of a 100-foot gorilla. 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...
  • King Georges (NR)

    This Erika Frankel-directed documentary follows culinary veteran chef Georges Perrier as he attempts to modernize his cuisine and reopen a restaurant. more...
  • Kicks (R)

    Set in East Bay, California, this drama by writer-director Justin Tipping operates on the premise that a cool pair of shoes, or "kicks," can buy one social influence and respect. more...
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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Knight of Cups
  • Knight of Cups (R)

    Terrence Malick at his worst—tossing a bunch of stars into an ill-defined story, committing their blindman's bluff to celluloid, and pulling it all together in postproduction with the forced ethereality of dazzling landscape photography, special effects, and the characters' hushed voice-over narration. more...
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  • 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...