Amber's Review of Killing Them Softly

  • 18 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes
    Killing Them Softly

    Killing Them Softly (2012)

    Inspired, intelligent and eerily calm. This feature from Andrew Dominik is a beautiful follow up from his former masterpiece (The Assassination if Jesse James). The film is less violent than the most recent ones that fall in the same genre, but each time violence is about to occur you are reminded of it's power, and of it's inherent indignity. This is not your usual gangster caper, this is a multilevel statement on the economy and what just about anyone could be willing to do when finances are tight.

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