Create Game Lists on MeltedJoystick.com
FilmCrave home
   Movies  Members
Search +
Searching... Close  
Are you sure you want to delete this comment?
  
 
  Login Using Facebook
Twitter
 
     

Daniel Corleone's Movie Reviews (1781)

view profile + 
 
3.5/4
N/A
1.5/4
3.5/4
2/4
2/4
4/4
2.5/4
2/4
3.5/4
3.5/4
3/4
3.5/4
2.5/4
3/4
1/4
4/4
4/4
3.5/4
4/4
3.5/4
4/4
3/4
4/4
3/4

Next 25
 

Killing Season 
Killing Season review
1.5/4 stars

It shows the history of more than 200,000 people killed due to genocide in Bosnia. The plot revolves round Colonel Benjamin Ford (Robert De Niro) and ex-Serbian solider Emil Kovac (John Travolta). Chris and his family visits his father in the cabin. Both meet when Ford's car breaks down and Kovac lends a hand. It's a film that reminded this rater between Castaway, Deliverance and The Hunted. More of an art film with a pretty good message about the effects of war. Not sure why they casted Travolta with an accent than acquiring somebody who is a legitimate Serbian, We see a healthy pumped up aged D De Niro who puts on his serious face. Soundtrack was leaned towards Johnny Cash and the family of Ford non-existent in the film. Some of the dialogues were repetitive. Highlights were the cinematography, De Niro's acting and the cat and mouse action chase. It may seem dull to some who wish for a better story/plot/direction, its worth viewing though for the horrifying facts and methods of surviving in the woods. Not that bad but nothing worth raving about.


Recent Comments

Comment On Review

 
 
Log In
Help on how to log into FilmCrave
Login with Facebook
Login with FilmCrave
 
 
What Members Are Doing
Movie Talk
New Movie Reviews
New Movie Lists
Movies I've Watched by Chris Ghost
Top Movie List by Seth
My Wish List by Andrew
Movies I Want To See by Rod
Recent Movies To See by Mr Cinema
2016 Rated and Ranked by Chris Kavan
2017 by Karmand
movies of 2018 by skater4159

 

 

 

Contact FilmCrave Public Relations    

Advertise and Business

Developer API

Contact Us

Jobs

About us

SiteMap

 

Support FilmCrave

FAQ and Help

News and Press

Terms of Use

Privacy

   
Are you sure you want
to delete this review?