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Submitted by HEAVEmedia 1000d ago | review

HEAVEmedia Review: Killing Them Softly

The film operates on a far grander level than its depicted events, and if the best reason to see Killing Them Softly is also its most notable drawback, then so it goes. The film is set against a major American backdrop, not just in its New Orleans setting but also in its time period. (To even tell you in what year the film takes place would give away the whole thing.) (Cinema, Killing Them Softly) 7/10

Crazay  +   1001d ago
ignore reconhope heave. he's a trolling douche who knows exactly what's going on and refuses to be a normal member of the community.
Crazay  +   1001d ago
he also has an agenda to piss people off and be a dick.

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