Arts Movies Titles K Krays, The
The Krays is a 1990 crime drama based on the story of British twin gangsters Ronald and Reginald Kray. Directed by Peter Medak, the film stars Gary Kemp, Martin Kemp, and Billie Whitelaw. This category is for sites relating to the film.

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AllMovie: The Krays
Detailed synopsis, credits, review, awards, and list of similar films.
Flixster: The Krays
Overview, user ratings and comments, video clip, and links.
IMDb: The Krays
Film overview, synopsis, full cast and crew, reviews and ratings, awards, quotations, trivia, soundtrack listing, related films, marketing information, laserdisc and DVD details, photographs, and links.
Movie Locations: The Krays
London filming locations for the film: Wilton's Music Hall in the East End, The Royal Oak on Columbia Road, and Richmond Theatre. Includes photographs and historical background.
Movie Magazine International: The Krays
Review of the film by Monica Sullivan. "...may be the sort of film that will linger in your mind weeks and months after you've seen it."
Movie Mistakes: The Krays
User-submitted mistakes found in the film.
Rotten Tomatoes: The Krays
Collection of reviews from several contributors and an overall rating score.
The Spinning Image: The Krays
Review by Graeme Clark. "...more concerned with the idea of the brothers than portraying an accurate account of events."
Wikipedia: The Krays
Annotated plot summary and cast.
Yahoo Movies: The Krays
Film overview, DVD information, credits, awards, reviews, and a message board.
DVD Talk: The Krays
Review of the special edition DVD, with screenshots, by Joshua Zyber. "The disc has a nice transfer and some terrifically informative supplements, and is recommended for region-free viewers." (January 02, 2006)
Entertainment Weekly: The Krays
Review of the film by Owen Gleiberman. "Telling this story in a more straightforward fashion would have been far more satisfying." (November 09, 1990)
The Washington Post: The Krays
Hal Hinson's review of the film. "The Krays lack resonance as class figures specifically because they are such anomalies." (November 09, 1990)
Chicago Sun-Times: The Krays
Roger Ebert's review of the film. "The film works so well, I think, because it creates such a disturbing tension between the evil done by the Krays and the love they basked in at home." (November 04, 1990)

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