The movie is all about a guy who is genial and his name is Markie Trattman who gets poker games that are high stakes for the mobs. It was released in 2012 starring Brad Pitt, the movie had a rating of 6.2/10 on IMDb which is average. The movie is really full of violence.
Killing them Softly is also a novel which was written by Nicci French and the book was published in the year of 1999. The movie Killing Them Softly has a great cast for its genre.
Where To Watch It Online?
You can watch it online on Netflix as it is available on Netflix right now. It is also available on Amazon Prime Video and it is subscription-based if you want you can also watch it on YouTube, Google Play Movies & TV.
What Is It About?
Lackey Markie runs a card game that was planned to rob by Johnny Amato, where a low-priced gangster was hired whose name was Frankie to complete the work. An ideal partner who was average was picked by Frankie to finish the job with him. They did not go well together but they somehow were able to get the money from the mob.
As a result of all these Jackie Cogan was hired by Markie’s boss as a retaliation. The character of Jackie Cogan was played by Brad Pitt who is a mob enforcer.
The movie does not have anything new to be very honest. The style of the storytelling was not very conventional. The style of the movie was a little bit of Quentin Tarantino style. The movie can literally confuse the audience.
It is average with a rating of 6.2/10 on IMDb and an amazing cast. This movie is cruel and it also showed a lot of blood, exposing a lot of America’s troubled side. The movie did not deal with the crimes where the civilians were involved.
The screen presence of the actors like Brad Pitt, Gandolfini was really mesmerizing and their charisma was just out of the world. Though, they have done much better roles in the past which may make us think that this was not their best performance.
The cast includes some amazing and famous actors, some of them are A-listers of Hollywood which includes, including Brad Pitt, Scoot McNairy, Ben Mendelsohn, Richard Jenkins, James Gandolfini, Ray Liotta, Wade Allen, Vincent Curatola, Linara Washington, Mustafa Harris, Kenneth Brown Jr., Christopher Berry, Bill Murray, Max Caspella and Sam Shepherd.
Andrew Dominik directed this movie. People know him for his amazing works like The Assassination of Jesse James.