Mátalos Suavemente
Mátalos Suavemente
  • SD
  • 93 min
  • NOTA USUARIOS: 6,6
  • NOTA PRENSA: 7,8
  • NR < 18 años
  • Mátalos Suavemente

    Killing Them Softly

    Versiones disponibles

    V.E., V.O.S.E.

    director

    Andrew Dominik

    Nacionalidad

    Estados Unidos

    Año de producción
    Estreno en cines
    Recaudación

    1.625.966,20 €

    Espectadores

    237 076

    Género

    Thriller

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    Sobre la película

    Cuando una partida de póker ilegal es atacada por ladronzuelos, toda la mafia se siente amenazada. Los capos de la Mafia acuden a Jackie Cogan para encontrar a los culpables. Sin embargo, la misión de Cogan se complica entre indecisos, estafadores de segunda, asesinos cansados y los mismos ladronzuelos, y entonces la situación degenera...

    NR < 18 años

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    • Avatar de heartsbreaker8

      heartsbreaker8

      mala, bastante floja en general, no la recomiendo

      6.0 6 2013-04-01 16:51:31
    • Avatar de xoox

      xoox

      Película aburridisima, lentísima y pesadisima, el argumento no da ni para un cortometraje, es por eso que la misma se ahoga en un sinfín de diálogos huecos y soeces sin pies ni cabeza, con el único fin de llegar a los 94 minutos. No perdáis el tiempo.

      3.5 3,5 2013-03-30 00:38:04
    • Avatar de ktalli

      ktalli

      Un poco de acción per tampoco mata. Y digo un poco porqué da la sensación de que hay escenas para rellenar minutos, que no aportan mucho. Correcta. Sin más. Totalmente prescindible.

      5.0 5 2013-02-16 23:14:05
    • Avatar de davidgmarcelo

      davidgmarcelo

      Queda la vaga sensación de haber visto todo antes, en cuanto al contenido y en cuanto a la forma.

      5.5 5,5 2013-02-10 16:47:31
    • Kevin Jagernauth

      de The Playlist

      But it's also breathtakingly brilliant and admirably ambitious. Certain to court controversy, "Killing Them Softly" captures in no uncertain terms the frustration and failed promises the American public as a whole have dealt with as well as the lack of accountability and inability to take difficult but needed action to right the ship. Is this the first economic/political gangster movie ever made? All we know is that we want to see it again to keep digging into this dense and penetrating film. Easily a contender for one of the best movies of the year, "Killing Them Softly" pulses and burns in a way few films ever do.

      9.5 9.5
    • Drew McWeeny

      de Hitfix

      Greig Fraser's cinematography is excellent, and there are some scenes here that film students should look at and break down and try to absorb as lessons in how to capture an image or a moment. It's not pretty, and it doesn't romanticize this world at all. Far from it. Instead, Dominik is careful to rub our nose in some of the worst things in the film, making sure he shows that death is ugly and visceral and sudden in many cases. This isn't as ambitious on the surface as the last time Dominik collaborated with Pitt, but "Killing Them Softly" is sincere and superbly made, and it touches a real nerve.

      9.0 9.0
    • Mark Adams

      de Screen

      A deliciously stylish hard-boiled crime drama, Andrew Dominik’s violent and bleakly funny film is a grimly nihilistic film that revels in its harsh and brutal urban landscape. Writer/director Andrew Dominik makes great use of the widescreen format and fills his film with visual quirks to sit alongside the smartly written dialogue, and working again with Brad Pitt (the pair made 2007’s The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford) has come up with a remarkably pertinent crime film that reflects the tough times facing America. (...) Domink crafts a memorable crime film, with Brad Pitt reinforcing his acting reputation as a commanding screen presence.

      9.0 9.0