What a disappointment!

By HodgesFamily3512
Written February 13, 2016
Brad Pitt doesn't show up until at least 30 mins into the movie and then his appearance has nothing much to say. No substance to a movie that could have been great. The F word was overkill for a movie that lacked a plot.
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Killed Me Slowly

By marawd
Written February 14, 2016
First off, I am sick of paying to see a movie with Obama in it!! I really don't want to pay for a movie and have to sit and listen and watch him. Secondly, this movie was slow, had too much dialogue and was altogether predictable. It was a waste of my money.
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Killing Them Softly- SO SO

By nash2009
Written September 29, 2016
Was expecting a bit more “Pananzz” to the film, with all the great actors involved. I did think the plot was too thin and not much to it. There was small kids in this audience which I did not feel this film was at all appropriate for a what looked like under 10 years of age. Owing to the language and content. The directing was great, and the film had a certain comedy aspect when they haggled over the price of killing people in this economy. To the Castle Rock Management, PLEASE turn up the heating it is always too cold in your movie theatre, I am surprised you get any “Movie goers” at all. It’s the only place you have to put on layers to go inside with the draft on your head all the time. Even in the summer the A/C is at freezing level.
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Dragged on

By ffranky
Written August 26, 2016
The movie dragged on with pointless dialect, it could have been done in a 30 min tv slot. The acting was suberb which was one of the only reasons I rated it a 3/10
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Deeply intense

By nhleees
Written September 27, 2016
This is a deep, character study of organized crime with some pretty interesting characters. As usual, Brad Pitt does a great job, however, I never really connect (not sure we're meant to) with his character or any of the others, for that matter. So, you kind of watch the story unfold in a detached sort of way. It's interesting and holds your attention, but I certainly didn't leave thinking "wow, what a great movie." I'd recommend waiting for it to come out on Pay per view or Netflix rather than splurging on a theater ticket.
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