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  • The Kitchen
  • The Kitchen (R)

    Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish, and Elisabeth Moss star in this graphic novel adaptation as the wives of three New York gangsters who take over their husbands’ criminal syndicate after the men go to jail in the late 1970s. more...
  • Kingdom (R)

    Shinsuke Sato directed this Japanese action film based on Yasuhisa Hara's manga about a boy in ancient China who aspires to become a general. more...
  • The Kid Who Would Be King
  • The Kid Who Would Be King (PG)

    Although not in the league of bracing adult fare like John Boorman's Excalibur (1981), this child-centric update of Arthurian lore outclasses Guy Ritchie's King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017) by relying more on heart than bombastic CGI. more...
  • Knock Down the House (PG)

    Rachel Lears directed this documentary about four progressive women running for Congress in 2016, including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. more...
  • King of Thieves (R)

    In this edgy 2004 German-Slovakian feature, parents in a rural Ukrainian village sell their acrobatic son and daughter to a circus owner who promises them international fame and fortune; once they've been smuggled into Berlin, the girl is sold to a vicious pimp and the boy is apprenticed to a gang of teenage street thieves. more...
  • Kin
  • Kin (PG-13)

    This stylish debut feature by directors Jonathan Baker and his twin Josh Baker mashes up genres like a Cuisinart, and their hybrid of family drama, sci-fi action, crime thriller, coming-of-age story, and road movie mostly works, despite some occasionally thudding B-movie dialogue. more...
  • A Kid Like Jake (NR)

    In this tender drama from director Silas Howard, the parents (Claire Danes, Jim Parsons) of a five-year-old boy wonder if they should include his passion for princess dresses on the scholarship applications for elite New York primary schools, confronting their own fears and gender biases in the process. more...
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  • Kodachrome (NR)

    A father (Ed Harris) and son (Jason Sudekis) make a road trip to a Kansas photo lab that processes Kodachrome film before it closes down. more...
  • The King
  • The King

    Eugene Jarecki has directed two of the most extraordinary political documentaries of the new century: Why We Fight (2005), a 40-year history of the military-industrial complex, and The House I Live In (2011), exposing the tragedy of the U.S. drug war. more...
  • Killing Gaza
  • Killing Gaza

    Max Blumenthal and Dan Cohen directed this documentary about Israel's 2014 siege of Gaza, seen from the perspective of the residents whose lives and homes were devastated. more...
  • Knife+Heart

    Yann Gonzalez directed this French thriller about a series of murders and romantic intrigue on the set of a gay porn production in 1979 Paris. more...
  • Kidnap
  • Kidnap (R)

    Halle Berry stars in this fast-moving thriller, as a divorced mother who goes into attack mode once her six-year-old son gets abducted. more...