Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

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  • Keith Lemon

    Keith Lemon: The Film

    Simon Mayo and James King review Keith Lemon: The Film.

    Date reviewed: 24th August 2012

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  • Kes

    Kes

    Reissue of Ken Loach's gritty 1969 drama about a young boy and his pet kestrel.

    Date reviewed: 9th September 2011

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  • Kick-Ass

    Kick-Ass

    Mark Kermode reviews this story depicting a high school student and comic book fan who one day decides to become a super-hero, even though he has no powers, training or meaningful reason to do so.

    Date reviewed: 2nd April 2010

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  • Keep The Lights On

    Keep The Lights On

    Boyd and Floyd review Keep the Lights On, a drama set in 1997 New York. A film-maker and Lawyer start a relationship after a chance encounter.

    Date reviewed: 2nd November 2012

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  • Killers

    Killers

    Mark reviews the comedy Killers starring Ashton Kutcher as a spy that gives up his day job for a life of domestic bliss with Katherine Heigl.

    Date reviewed: 19th June 2010

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  • Killers

    Killer Joe

    Mark Kermode reviews Killer Joe. A family put a hit out on their estranged mother in order to collect her life insurance in this new thriller from director William Friedkin.

    Date reviewed: 29th June 2012

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  • Killing Bono

    Killing Bono

    Irish comedy about musician brothers trying to make it in the shadow of U2.

    Date reviewed: 1st April 2011

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  • Killing Them Softly

    Killing Them Softly

    Mark Kermode reviews Killing Them Softly. Brad Pitt stars as a hired assassin in this violent crime drama.

    Date reviewed: 21st September 2012

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  • The King's Speech

    The King's Speech

    Mark is impressed by the "cinematic spectacle" of the historical drama.

    Date reviewed: 7th January 2011

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  • Knowing

    Knowing

    Mark Kermode assesses Knowing featuring Nicolas Cage, described as one of the "most versatile actors of all time".

    Date reviewed: 27th March 2009

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