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Pitt rules, first of all, and director Dominik's lens savors every scene and shot. It's stylistically compelling and much deeper than its simple plot.
With the empty promises of our politicians chattering incessantly in the background, Andrew Dominik's Killing Me Softly flows languidly like the seep from an open wound. Kiwi writer/director Dominik takes the guts of George V. Higgins' 1974 mob novel Cogan's Trade and...Read Full Story
October 8, 2012 by Simon Kinnear in In Cinemas with 0 Comments
Ambitious and atmospheric, but undone by its insistence on explaining its themes at every opportunity. There’s no point singing softly through a megaphone.
Killing Them Softly
(Andrew Dominik, 2012)
Titles say a lot, those of Andrew Dominik’s films more than most. In just three films, Dominik has established a reputation as a maker of thoughtful, subversive treatments of crime whose violent-sounding, B-movie titles (Chopper...Read Full Story
If you're unfamiliar with Killing Them Softly and unsure about whether or not you should check out the first theatrical trailer for the crime drama, then I'll just tell you that it looks fantastic and features Brad Pitt in full-on badass mode, looking like a greasy leather-clad shark swimming his way through a stylish tale of contemporary American criminality.If you are familiar with the film, which was formerly titled Cogan's Trade, then you're aware that it's the third movie from writer...Read Full Story
Download: Killing Them SoftlyFull Movie Download 2012. Killing Them Softly is thriller, crime & drama movie. Movie Ratings: 7.0/10 from 11,285 users Metascore: 64/100.
Director: Andrew Dominik
Writers: George V. Higgins (novel)
Stars: Brad Pitt, Ray Liotta and Richard Jenkins
Websites: Official, Official Twitter
Released On: November 30, 2012 (US)
Known As: Mátalos suavemente
Locations: Louisiana, New Orleans and US
About three idiotic folks whom...Read Full Story
Killing Them Softly is set to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, that annual cinematic extravaganza on the French Riviera. In advance of the premiere, today we have the very first clip from the new feature by director Andrew Dominik, the man behind the excellent Chopper and The Assassination of Jesse James By the Coward Robert Ford.The clip is very brief, but is nonetheless impressive and gives a sense of what Dominik's doing with the crime-saga source material. It plays in one shot as a...Read Full Story
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