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King Richard

Despite having no tennis background, Richard Williams overcomes tremendous hardship, skepticism and his own troubled past to raise two of tennis' greatest players, Serena and Venus Williams.

K Troop

Set after the Civil War, the Ku Klux Klan rises in the South in 1865 and Major Lewis Merrill leads the U.S. Army's K Troop against the KKK in 1871. However, the group surfaces again in 1915 and in the 1950s.

Kojak

Tough and incorruptible Lieutenant Theodore Kojak, a bald, dapper policeman, is stubborn and tenacious in his investigation of crimes—and also displays a dark, cynical wit, along with a tendency to bend the rules if it brings a criminal to justice.

Kept Men

Three down-and-out pals are looking for a shortcut to riches so decide to flaunt their youthful assets at a charity auction in hopes of becoming kept men.

Kung Fu

Shaolin monk Kwai Chang Caine flees China for the American Wild West, where he helps the powerless.
Location: China

Kiki's Delivery Service

13-year-old witch Kiki moves to the city with her talking cat Jiji and she lands a job in the local bakery. But Kiki's powers are not refined, and the adventures and scrapes she gets into show she has a lot of growing up to do.

Kiss & Tango

Marina, a NY advertising executive, quits her job and goes to Argentina, falls in love with a man and a culture and rediscovers herself in the process.

Kane and Lynch

The story follows Kane, a death row inmate who, along with a schizophrenic killer named Lynch, is sprung by Kane's former team so that he can retrieve a stolen fortune. Kane travels to Los Angeles, Japan and Cuba, with Lynch acting as the team's watchdog in order to save his wife and daughter.
Location: US - Louisiana

Keep Calm

An American man gets caught up in an international incident and a female MI6 inspector is tasked with bringing him in.

Khe Sanh

In Khe Sanh, five thousand young Marines are surrounded and attacked by 20,000 battle-hardened North Vietnamese Army veterans for 77 nonstop days of rocket and mortar fire, as the world watches on TV.

Kill on Sight

A group of professional thieves steal $30 million from a black-ops CIA program -- which responds by sending a team to New York City to kill the thieves and retrieve the money.

Kill or Be Killed

A depressed college student attempts suicide. He survives due to unlikely events, but is soon visited by a demon who explains that he was the one who spared the student's life. But there's a price to be paid: going forward, the young man will be allowed to live one month for every person he kills.

Kill the Minotaur

Theseus must enter King Minos's bizarre Labyrinth and defeat the Minotaur, a creature which feeds on human sacrifices, before the monster can escape its prison to threaten the world.

Killing Rommel

In 1942, a British battalion attempts to thwart German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel's desert campaign.

King of the Elves

Legendary storyteller Phillip K. Dick's short story (his only experiment in the fantasy genre) becomes the basis for this fantastic and imaginative tale about an average man living in the Mississippi Delta, whose reluctant actions to help a desperate band of elves leads them to name him their new king. Joining the innocent and endangered elves as they attempt to escape from an evil and menacing troll, their unlikely new leader finds himself caught on a journey filled with unimaginable dangers and a chance to bring real meaning back to his own life.

Kull the Conqueror

Born in Atlantis around 20,000 BC, Kull is exiled over a mercy killing and later becomes a mercenary fighter and eventually King of Valusia on the neighboring continent of Thuria.

Keeper Of The Diary

Set right after WWII, Otto Frank struggles to find a publisher for the diary written by his daughter Anne Frank before she perished in the Holocaust. He is aided by an ambitious young woman who, fresh out of the Doubleday typing pool, becomes a junior editor trying to find her way by combing through the slush pile for publishable manuscripts. She and Otto Frank find each other and their perseverance leads to the publication of one of the most enduring documents of the Holocaust. The woman, Barbara Zimmerman, becomes a publishing legend at Doubleday and is the founder of the New York Review of Books.