Killing Them Softly
Crime • R • 2012 • 1 hr 37 min
You should know better than to try and rob the mob.
You don’t watch this one for the plot and story. If you like mob films and the actors in mob films, you watch this movie.
Requires some patience, but has an enthralling script, and a handful of masterful performances.
Great characters, great soundtrack and fantastic ending
Love this movie and the clear parallels to American politics. Would definitely watch it again.
It's got a lot going for it. But i'd recommend putting it on in the background..
Film is better than I remembered. Direction and cinematography are pretty although I could do without the slow-mo. Solid B+
My favorite part was the double barrel shotgun with the bullets literally sticking out haha
Stunning cinematography and superb acting make this film one of the rawest and visceral depictions of modern-day America I’ve ever seen.
Loved it. Poetic. Hit man films always slap.
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