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Issac Spicer over 2 years ago
Film narration throughout assists greatly for blind viewers.
Enmanuel Martínez Cornó 4 years ago
Reservoir Dogs meets early Kubrick.
Wayne Lang 5 years ago
A stilted opening and heavy narration may make you want to stop, but this is a true gem.
Rosalio Galvan 5 years ago
good film noir
Austin over 5 years ago
Perhaps the greatest American heist movies ever made...
James Van almost 6 years ago
Stanley Kubrick does Reservoir Dogs. Not exactly Clockwork Orange but a breezy sit
Yll Abdyli 6 years ago
A great heist film.
Dominic Dirupo over 6 years ago
Above average heist movie. Even for an early Kubrick it's pretty compelling stuff.
Alex Silver over 1 year ago
Jonathan Evans over 2 years ago
Kieran Lyne over 3 years ago
Patrick Gaertner over 4 years ago
Rob over 4 years ago
Nino Vignjevic over 5 years ago
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Kamyar Askari over 5 years ago
Carlos over 5 years ago
Eric Ratzlaff almost 6 years ago
Matthew Bettencourt almost 6 years ago
The Killing is a 1956 film noir produced by James B. Harris and directed by Stanley Kubrick. It was written by Kubrick and Jim Thompson and based on the novel Clean Break by Lionel White. The drama features Sterling Hayden, Coleen Gray, Vince Edwards and Elisha Cook Jr. Johnny Clay (Sterling Hayden) is a veteran criminal planning one last heist before settling down and marrying Fay (Coleen Gray). He plans to rob two million dollars from the money counting room of a racetrack during a featured race. He assembles a team consisting of a corrupt cop (Ted de Corsia), a betting window teller (Elisha Cook Jr.) to give access to the backroom, a sharpshooter (Timothy Carey) to shoot the favorite horse during the race to distract the crowd, a wrestler (Kola Kwariani) to provide another distraction by provoking a fight at the track bar and a track bartender (Joe Sawyer). The betting window teller George Peatty, tells his wife Sherry (Marie Windsor), about the impending robbery. Sherry is bitter...
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