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Kaboom

Director Gregg Araki is many things. Subtle has rarely been one of them. Provocative and undeniably talented, he is something of a rare beast in today’s cinematic landscape; he has somehow managed
June 9, 2011
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Kung Fu Panda 2

Packed to the brim with slapstick comedy, superb fight scenes, some cracking vocal performances (notably Ian McShane as the villainous Tai Lung – incidentally, is there anything which isn’t improved by Ian
June 2, 2011
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Killing Bono

By Michael Edwards How did it come to this? That’s the question Neil McCormick (Ben Barnes) found himself asking as he stood bedraggled, gun in hand, in front of pop megastar and
February 23, 2011

Kill The Irishman

In the Summer of 1976, more bombs went off in Cleveland, Ohio, than Belfast as a turf war between local Irish gangster Danny Greene and the Mafia spiralled out of control. Based
December 13, 2010
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Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey

When you watch a Hindi film you can usually be guaranteed an epic. You only need to read some Indian scriptures to see that India has a long history of epics, so
December 7, 2010
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King's Speech, The

After finally laying the memory of Mr Darcy to rest with his Oscar nominated performance in Tom Ford’s A Single Man, Colin Firth continues his perfect run as Prince Albert, Duke of
October 22, 2010
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Kids Are All Right, The

Modern dysfunctional families can take note in this Oscar friendly drama. Finding two of Hollywood’s, indeed cinema’s, most brilliant female actresses and casting them as a lesbian couple was always going to
October 19, 2010

Kid, The

The making of The Kid was inevitable. The best-selling novel about a true story of an abused council estate boy, becoming a streetfighter and still coming out the other side alive, has
August 3, 2010

Kamui: The Lone Ninja

A misguided adaptation of a popular Japanese Manga animation that despite its entertaining set pieces fails to deliver much to connect with. Kung Fu has become a familiar part of mainstream action
July 28, 2010
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