Killing Them Softly

Killing Them SoftlyWhat to say… watching Brad Pitt always seems to be entertaining. James Galdolfini was disappointing, though I blame the writing — his acting was fine.

I couldn’t escape the feeling that this was a very week shadow of Goodfellas. It didn’t help that Ray Liotta was there to remind me of what it could have aspired to be. I guess that’s all I have to say.

Correction, I do have more to say. I walked into the wrong theater at first and didn’t realize it until about 10 minutes after the start time. I don’t think I missed much more than the previews, and at least there were 4 or 5 people in the correct theater as compared to no other people in the wrong theater. (It was showing pre-show commercials the whole time I was there — probably 25 minutes.)

Thus far, and speaking as if I haven’t already seen more movies, this is the worst of the five movies I’ve seen with MoviePass.

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