Kill Your Darlings Synopsis
The previously untold story of murder that brought together a young Allen Ginsberg (Daniel Radcliffe), Jack Kerouac (Jack Huston) and William Burroughs (Ben Foster) at Columbia University in 1944, providing the spark that would lead to their Beat...
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Movie Reviews

A Beautiful Lie

By MedRed
Kill Your Darlings is a beautifully told story with exceptional acting. This is the first time I've seen Daniel Radcliffe outside of the Harry Potter series. I'm surprised and relieved that I not...

Kill Your Darlings

By ellinjane
Very very good. I had no expectations and knew nothing of the story. Well edited and directed and acted. Don't bring the kids!...

Go Go Go

By apotg
Wonderful just saw this and you must go,...

By dougcover
A must see for anyone interested in the Beat Generation. Great performance by Daniel Radcliffe....

Well done!

By emilyruth4god
This movie was well done but it also broke my heart, the acting was real and passionate! The story was good but was also sad to see the hurts being done to one another. Must see!...

Riveting Story

By mitchellmagic
This is the kind of film that takes a little bit to get going but once it does it feels as if the world stops and all that exists is the story. Daniel Radcliffe is amazing. A real streach for any...

By rbennett

Kill your time at a better movie!

By scherryvalentine
This movie was boring and over acted. It was disappointing that the audience was left wondering about the dynamic amongst three infamous American writers. I did learn more than I wanted to know about...

By vladpanov
movie is different but strong. great movie...

Loved it!

By kyliewelch25
I loved this movie from the start. With superb acting by Daniel Radcliffe and Dane Dehaan and poetic dialogue you can't help being sucked into their world. I thought it was fascinating to learn more...

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Rated R | For language, drug use, brief violence and sexual content
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Docudrama digs into early Beat history with sex and drugs.
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