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'You Kill Me,' Pleasenew

What does a Polish-American gangster from Buffalo, New York sound like? Probably not like Kingsley in You Kill Me.
San Antonio Current  |  John DeFore  |  07-20-2007  |  Reviews

Killing Too Softly: 'You Kill Me'new

Despite a bad case of the cutes, unlikely cast makes middling Mamet knockoff work.
The Memphis Flyer  |  Greg Akers  |  07-16-2007  |  Reviews

The Hitman's Dilemmanew

In You Kill Me, he must get sober to murder again.
Isthmus  |  Kent Williams  |  07-16-2007  |  Reviews

A Vodka Tonicnew

Cuddlier and more charming, this alcoholic-hit-man comedy isn’t your typical John Dahl noir, but it is offbeat, lovably deadpan, and just tart enough.
Austin Chronicle  |  Marrit Ingman  |  07-13-2007  |  Reviews


Another sharp turn from Kingsley in the category of "Not Gandhi."
Sacramento News & Review  |  Jonathan Kiefer  |  07-13-2007  |  Reviews

Dating, Drinking and Death in 'You Kill Me'new

Tea Leoni overlooks Ben Kingsley's alcohol problem and hit-man status in the illogical comedy.
Montreal Mirror  |  Matthew Hays  |  07-12-2007  |  Reviews

Killing Me Softlynew

Few directors accentuate the real-life subtleties of hard-edged suspense like John Dahl.
INDY Week  |  Neil Morris  |  07-11-2007  |  Reviews

The Man with the Wobbly Gunnew

Ben Kingsley takes skewed aim as a childlike alcoholic assassin who falls in love in You Kill Me.
The Georgia Straight  |  Ken Eisner  |  07-06-2007  |  Reviews

'You Kill Me' Keeps it Quirkynew

John Dahl prefers black comedy.
New York Press  |  Jennifer Merin  |  06-22-2007  |  Profiles & Interviews

'You Kill Me': Shots and Whispersnew

San Francisco is for lovers -- even a drunk, middle-aged hit man.
East Bay Express  |  Kelly Vance  |  06-20-2007  |  Reviews

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