Kill Your Friends


Action / Comedy / Crime / Music / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 33%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 88%
IMDb Rating 6.1 10 7338


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Nicholas Hoult as Stelfox
Ed Skrein as Rent
Rosanna Arquette as Barbara
James Corden as Waters
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759.13 MB
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1hr 43 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 7 / 10

embrace the darkness

It's 1997 London. There's drugs, booze, girls, and more. Steven Stelfox (Nicholas Hoult) is an A&R man at a British record label. He's amoral, desperate for a hit, and ambitious. When his mate Roger Waters (James Corden) gets the promotion to be the head of A&R, he has no choice but to kill and much much worst.

I like this movie about an ugly character. He is dark with no redeeming qualities. This could be even darker. I want Stelfox to sexually harass the Lazies singer at the end after the "lamentations of their women" line. I also want Rebecca's murder to be more viscerally brutal. This is a dark movie and one could enjoy it once you embrace the darkness.

Reviewed by Michael Ledo 6 / 10

Unleash your monster

Steven Stelfox (Nicholas Hoult) is a late 90's no talent record scout/signer who lives off the talents of others. He loves him his cocaine. He does kill a colleague early in the film to get ahead, but things remain subdued until the film's climax. The movie shows the recording industry in a negative light, although I can't recall a film that ever had a positive spin on the industry. Any love for the film must come from an association or love for the main character, who was shallow, lousy at his job, and not even a good killer.

Guide: F-word. Sex and nudity.

Reviewed by bizzywiththefizzy 1 / 10

Not funny, not thrilling, not gory, not anything.

Had relatively high hopes for this as I adored Nicholas Hoult as X- Men's Beast as well as the adorable zombie in 'Warm Bodies'.

I haven't read the book, so I can't speak for the source material and how it compares, but this film was dreadful.

I get that his character - the protagonist- is meant to be a misanthropic sociopath, but at no point is he engaging on any level. At no point did I feel like I cared about anything he said or did. It was just boring and sad. I started painting my nails after five minutes in.

Even his inevitable 'break down' was tedious. I couldn't give a monkey's as he drank and drugged himself to near death in his underwear while whinging along to 'Karma Police' (am astonished Radiohead gave the rights to their epic video for this piece of crap).

Seriously, don't waste your time.

If you want to see a British 'misanthrope tricks, manipulates and destroys people' film, watch 'Filth' or 'Naked' - these are wonderful and essential viewing.

The one star rating is for the very brief, bumbling role played by the always lovely James Corden and the wide-eyed young talent scout played by the equally sweet and talented Craig Roberts. Also, the performances by fictional indie band 'The Lazies' were great (Freda Sundemo is fantastic here), but just look these up on You Tube rather than sit through this drivel. Plus, the little dog was cute (RIP).

I laughed once - when the chorus of a highly inappropriate Euro dance track is debuted at a meeting. That was it.

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