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Actors of "Killing Season"
Characters of "Killing Season"
Directors of "Killing Season"Mark Steven JohnsonBirthdate: 30 October 1964, Hastings, Minnesota, USA
Creators of "Killing Season"Evan Daugherty
Critic Reviews of "Killing Season"RogerEbert.comJuly 17, 2013
Badly written, ineptly staged, horribly acted, historically suspect and boring beyond belief ...New York TimesJuly 11, 2013
It's not worthless, but it's not good. As a genre film, it's too ambitious; as an art film, it's too obvious.Los Angeles TimesJuly 11, 2013
The pretentious, preposterous, dueling-dialect flameout called "Killing Season" has to stand as one of the biggest missed opportunities in iconic matchups.New York PostJuly 11, 2013
If you've always wanted to see Robert De Niro forced to thread a steel rod through an open wound and then strung upside down by John Travolta, this is the movie for you.New York Daily NewsJuly 11, 2013
Tables keep turning, traps keep springing and the actors keep acting, acting, acting.VarietyJuly 11, 2013
The sight of Robert De Niro and John Travolta sharing the screen for the first time reps the one and only selling point of Killing Season.Scene-Stealers.comAugust 30, 2013
It wants to be a war-is-Hell 'coming home' story, but it ends up playing like a cheap action flick starring two men who are obviously too old to be running through the woods beating the living crap out of each other.Groucho ReviewsAugust 19, 2013
Comes full up with heavy-handed signifiers, from Ben's choice of reading (Hemingway...) to a hammered motif of lapsed Christianity (the climax takes place in a rotting church) that underlines the theme of living with the sins of the past. [Blu-ray]Cinemalogue.comJuly 22, 2013
... establishes some mild tension but never generates any sort of meaningful insight into post-war trauma.We Got This CoveredJuly 15, 2013
Playing out like a brutally graphic Tom and Jerry skit at times, Killing Season lacks the atmospheric tension necessary to keep us consistently engaged.Blu-ray.comJuly 14, 2013
Derivative and bizarrely graphic, Killing Season is nothing more than another forgettable entry in two ongoing filmographies that desperately need more inspired professional choices.JoBlo's Movie EmporiumJuly 12, 2013
Killing Season is competently put together, yet the woefully hollow dialogue and the predictable plot developments make for a pretty bland flick.
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