Summary: The Killing Season was one of those movies that you're not quite sure how it gets made. Who comes up with the idea of having John Travolta play a Serbian and have a battle with Robert De Niro? Honestly, it actually wasn't that bad of an idea but it was just such a slow movie that it made it difficult to watch at times. If this film was any longer I might've fallen asleep.
Excerpt: Viewing Equipment: Epson 3010 3D PJ on a 92" DaLite Screen. PQ is outstanding and with the gorgeous GA scenery on display it was that much more enjoyable. AQ was also very good. The extras amount to a 2 minute featurette. This is a good movie and well worth the time to watch in my opinion.
Summary: Is the film as bad as critics say it is? Absolutely. Terrible plot and dialogue featuring well past their prime actors. And what the hell is up with Travolta's accent/acting? His performance was flat out laughable. Don't even bother with this trash.
Summary: I'm not sure how to put this in words but it felt like there were too many times when one of the characters managed to escape certain death only because of stupidity on the other guys part. I was really hoping for a good game of cat mouse where they actually outsmart eachother, instead the cat just keeps releasing the mouse and tables are turned every time. Definitely not going to get any Oscar nominations, but worth a watch if you are bored.
Summary: A battle of awful accents coupled with slapdash cat and mouse intrigue, "Killing Season" is a thriller whose approach grows increasingly mundane, and renders itself completely forgettable. "Killing Season" is directed by Mark Steven Johnson "Ghost Rider" (2007), and the movie stars two cinematic legends, Robert De Niro and John Travolta, who star together on-screen for the first time ever.
Excerpt: Before I talk about the movie let me just talk about the Video & Audio quality of the film first. The video quality of this film is outstanding! Everything is very detailed especially for up close shots of the actors and the dark spots on the screen are not so fuzzy looking as they do look like in the movie 300 for example.