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Review: Killers

(Psst! Find the killers.)

“What do we do now?”  “Maybe some couple’s counseling?”

Looking like an Asylum knock-off of Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Killers is perhaps one of the blandest and most generic films I’ve seen in a long time.  This is no surprise as director Robert Luketic specializes in pap;  just check out his prior films:  The Ugly Truth, 21, Monster-In-Law and Win a Date with Tad Hamilton.  Only Legally Blonde had some zip to it, and that was primarily due to lead actress Reese Witherspoon’s all-out performance.  One can only hope that Luketic’s first feature, the promisingly titled Titsiana Booberini, was a real winner. Continue reading Review: Killers