How ironic the title is reflective of how I felt watching it

By drjg
Written December 08, 2016
Sorry but to all writers out there how about providing some depth to your scripts rather than every other word being the F word. This movie was awful. Pitt was subpar gandolfini's character was pointless just like the movie. Save your money
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Killing Them Softly

By Azskeeter
Written September 25, 2016
This has to be one of the worst films ever made, if you happen to have been sucked in ask the theatre for your money back as I did. Disgusting and repulsive I give it MINUS 1,000 stars. It must of taken all of 30 minutes to write the script and a day or two to film this joke flick. Makes me rethink ever wanting to step back into a theatre. I'd rather stay home clean my house and do laundry before I subject myself to this Hollywood Trash again.
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Don't waste your money!

By lrobert1
Written January 17, 2017
My husband and I both didn't like it at all. Would have turned off if watching at home. Good acting but WAY too many unnecessary F bombs.
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killing them softly

By pwkom04
Written September 30, 2016
it was an okay movie. sometimes, comical but overall, it was a little long for me. it's a must see only because brad pitt is in this movie.
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Not as advertised, but still pretty good as a character study

By scottwoods
Written May 03, 2016
The trailer for this film makes it look like a free-for-all meltdown of criminal missteps that Brad Pitt comes in to clean-up with very large guns. In reality, this is a talking head movie that has what little action there is capsulized in brief, hyper-violent nuggets compressed between LONG stints of getting to know our notably-predictable rogues gallery, warts and all. It’s the longest (and driest) episode of The Sopranos ever. Fortunately, I generally like talkey films (it’s what I’ve come to appreciate in this era in lieu of actual storytelling). The film also rises above its stereotypes with great acting and a narrative that symbolically ties the capitalism and corporatization that runs - and ruins - our country into the actions of gangsters. This was all pretty cool. Well, until the hammer-driven sermon of the last five minutes. That was just preachy. All in all, a decent start
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