Excerpt: Katherine Heigl would like you to know that she really disapproves of that fun thing you’re doing. Stop it right now, or she’s going to lose it. She’s been putting up with your shenanigans for too long, and unless you do something sensible—or disarm her with a little light banter—this relationship is over. The baby she’s carrying might not know its father. Ball’s in your court, mister.
Summary: One thing you couldn’t accuse Killers of is false advertising – the bland poster perfectly encapsulates everything this film has to offer. First-billed Katherine Heigl is gingerly holding a gun and looking surprised – all she really does in the movie is get flustered by guns and gunfire. Kutcher stands there looking pretty with an exasperated facial expression that seems to say “Come on!”, which is all he really does in the movie as well.
Excerpt: "Killers" fails spectacularly in every area. Apart from the beauty of Nice in the early scenes, there is very little to make this movie worth seeing. The two leads, with zero chemistry, awkwardly make their way through a shemozzle of a story that you will find yourself laughing at for all the wrong reasons. Uninspired direction does nothing to save this film from an appalling script and insincere performances.