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The Killing was Stanley Kubrick’s first film with a professional cast and the first time he achieved public recognition as the unconventional director he’s now known for. The story is of ex-prisoners who plan to set up a racetrack so they can live a life without monetary worries. One of the more exceptional films of the 1950’s.
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The "Hot Fuzz" director's visceral approach to staging his new car chase movie recalls a style of action filmmaking that Hollywood abandoned long ago.
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