Mark Steven Johnson's Killing Season is a hard movie to take seriously, which is particularly unfortunate since it deals with such weighty issues as genocide, the ethical compromises that everyone makes in combat, and the lingering effects of wartime decisions on participants years down the line. show more
De Niro mostly looks miserable and very tired (a document glimpsed on-screen hilariously claims his character was born in 1970) and prattles on endlessly about forgetting the past. show more
Cheaply made, dramatically inept and staggeringly dull despite a running time that only clocks in at maybe 80 minutes tops before the end credits begin, it is so devoid of passion, energy and intelligence that it makes one wonder why those responsible even bothered to make it in the first place. show more
I think the movie was great. I believe it showed the tragity of wars. The ending was also very good. I would like to see the same producer do a movie on the 62,000 Homeless American Veterans and the hard ships they face on the streets of the US. We got to call this issue to the American People
With two Great actors you expect a decent movie . This movie is what I would call GARBAGE . De Nero tends to do that though , he will make a couple of good ones , one that will blow you away , then this . As for John Travolta , I think this is the worst I have ever seen from him .
Was a good movie..