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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Bob's rating of the film Killing Zoe

    It came out in a wake of "Reservoir Dogs" fame, but instead of showing the aftermath of bank robbery gone wrong, it puts the viewer right in the middle and it doesn't spare anything. It is preceded by prelude where the main protagonists are introduced in their environmental and manic state - which at one time feels like an obscure romance and the other like a narcotic vertigo but it never looses its course.

  2. rllr's rating of the film Killing Zoe

    Before Zed was dead, baby. Before Zed was dead.

  3. Mr.Pacha's rating of the film Killing Zoe

  4. Thomas's rating of the film Killing Zoe

    Swaggeringly uninteresting. Didn't merit a feature-length.

  5. Dominic Simard-Jean's rating of the film Killing Zoe

    I had high hopes. This sucked hard. Set in Paris but not filmed there, wtf.

  6. Shayan Bazri's rating of the film Killing Zoe

  7. Matthew Thompson's rating of the film Killing Zoe

    Sex scene juxtaposed with Nosferatu in the first 10 minutes. HAHAHAHAHAHA

  8. VENIMOS LOS JODIMOS Y NOS FUIMOS's rating of the film Killing Zoe

    Entretenido (aunque no demasiado logrado) thriller dirigido por Roger Avary (quien solo sera recordado, seguramente, por ser el co-autor del guion de Pulp Fiction) y en el que se nota la influencia definitiva de Quentin Tarantino. Entre el insustancial reparto, cabe destacar la presencia de Jean Hugues Anglade (La reina Margot, Betty blue) como el psicopata lider de la banda de asaltabancos. Se deja ver, nomàs.