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Killing Season was obviously too brutal for many Americans—even the critics

According to Box Office Mojo, Killing Season’s widest release was to 12 theaters for seven days and then it went to DVD. I think this decision was made because most film audiences in American prefer romance and fantasies—not the brutal, bloody reality of gory, brutal up close and personal hand-to-hand combat. 796 more words

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Killing Season

This review was originally written for Blueprint: Review.

Almost twenty years after the US intervened in the Serbian/Bosnian conflict, two opposing veterans run into one another in the mountains of Georgia. 725 more words

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Killing Season (2013)


We are uniquely qualified to review this movie due our Serbian background and our bad movies proficiency.

Travolta stars as Emil Kovac (a man of a Muslim name and Croatian last name) that’s supposedly a Serb war veteran. 538 more words

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