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K-19: The Widowmaker

Director Kathryn Bigelow delivers a spirited tale of loyalty and high drama.

 
Karate Kid, The (2010)

The screenwriters charged with rebooting The Karate Kid, starring Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan, stick with a faithful, almost scene-by-scene remake of the 1984 film that made Ralph Macchio and the expression "wax on, wax off" household names.

 
Kate and Leopold

Kate and Leopold is the perfect date movie for the holidays.

 
Katy Perry: Part of Me

If there’s a theme that rings the loudest in Part of Me, it’s to be true to yourself, even if that seems “weird” to the masses.

 
Kickin’ It Old Skool

Once again, Hollywood caters to its basest instinct with another uninspired, insulting and cheaply-made rip-off—Kickin’ It Old Skool. It’s Big meets The Bad News Bears (remake) meets a very bad skit from Saturday Night Live.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • August 31, 2007 |
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Kicking & Screaming

With an awful script containing no originality, a terrible message and an abundance of overacting, "Kicking & Screaming" has got lots of problems. But they probably won't keep kids away, given the mostly-appropriate content in this Will Ferrell flick.

 
Killers

Ashton Kutcher may be the second most popular person on Twitter, but Killers is truly a movie only his mother could love. Not only is the flick sorely lacking instincts of any kind, but the only chuckle in this nearly plot-free endeavor is a wisecrack about his character learning his mad gun skills in 4-H.

 
Killing Them Softly

We've seen cussing low-life criminals in a hit job gone bad before. This film tacks on a critique of the American economic system, too.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • November 30, 2012 |
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King Arthur

In "King Arthur," Director Antoine Fuqua and writer David Franzon bypass the ancient myths and create a new one fashioned after the spirit of our times – postmodernity – where do-it-yourself faith and feminism are the hallmarks.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • July 05, 2004 |
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King Kong (2005)

On the heels of his Lord of the Rings trilogy, Peter Jackson has remade a film classic. The resulting epic lives up to most expectations, and will further endear Jackson to fans of fantasy, action, and spectacle.

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Kingdom, The

In The Kingdom, the underlying theme is that all people are basically alike with the same loves, hates and desires. The problem is that it tries too hard to make Islam noble and beautiful. A film showing just as many scenes of praying, kneeling and supplication in an American church would never get made.

 
Kings of Summer, The

Never quite finds its footing—emotionally, comedically or otherwise. It's simply too ridiculous to be taken seriously.

 
King's Speech, The

In The King's Speech, there’s far more than meets the eye in this multi-layered story of a man who's reluctant to become King because of a humiliating speech impediment.

  • Christa Banister |
  • December 25, 2010 |
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Kisses

Though many independent films favor an equally bleak canvas for telling such a sad story, Kisses is striking and beautifully conceived thanks to gorgeous black-and-white photography and an enchanting score, even when the storyline turns dark and dangerous.

 
Kit Kittredge: An American Girl

Kit Kittredge: An American Girl is not just a movie for little girls but for generations of girls—not simply to enjoy but to share, to connect through, and possibly even bond in ways they never even considered or thought possible.

 
Kite Runner, The

An outstanding adaptation of a well-regarded book is currently playing at theaters. Unfortunately for fans of Khaled Hosseini’s The Kite Runner, that movie is Atonement—not the big-screen version of Hosseini’s widely read book-club favorite.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 14, 2007 |
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Knight and Day

With this summer's light-as-air but still thoroughly enjoyable popcorn flick Knight and Day, Tom Cruise should officially be back in the audience's good graces. After all, this is the Tom Cruise we all like—funny, charismatic and yes, slightly unhinged.

 
Knocked Up

Knocked Up has some great comic appeal. It has many endearing emotional moments. It even has an uplifting pro-life message. Unfortunately, you will have to stomach a mountain of obscenity to get to the good stuff.

 
K-PAX

Strong performances carry this sci-fi tale.

 
Kung Fu Panda

Pursuing your dreams—no matter how big or small—has been a time-honored theme in many a kid’s movie. And the new Jack Black vehicle, Kung Fu Panda, doesn’t stray too far from form.

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