KILLING THEM SOFTLY: REVIEW

Joe Black is a mob enforcer who has to find out who knocked over Henry Hill’s card game, calling in Tony Soprano to help him out. Richard (oh I like him!) Jenkins and Black argues about The Fugees cover version of the Roberta Flack song.
Albeit the political subtext is as subtle as a kneecapping, Andrew Dominik’s third film is a dime store masterpiece, privileging dialogue over action, characters over plot, intelligence over cliché. You might not like it, but then again you might be a dumb FUCK.

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