Natural Born Killers Synopsis
Bloodthirsty young lovers (Woody Harrelson, Juliette Lewis) become instant celebrities.
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Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
Like all good satirists, he knows that too much realism will weaken his effect. He lets you know he's making a comedy. There's an...
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Entertainment Weekly

By Owen Gleiberman
Stone takes his characters right over the top, rubbing our noses in our own lust for excess, and some viewers are bound to say that he's...
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San Francisco Chronicle

By Edward Guthmann
An entertaining but exhausting satire on tabloid media and the way they feed our thirst for violence, Natural Born Killers stars Woody...
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Boston Globe

By Jay Carr
Natural Born Killers is going to be a love-it or hate-it film. But it's an important film. Pumped up, jumped up, yet asking the right...
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Chicago Tribune

By Gene Siskel
Natural Born Killers is visually complex and thematically simple. Mixing film and video, black-and-white and color, morphing and animation,...
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The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

By Rick Groen
A maniacal, hallucinogenic dip into the bloodbath drawn by a pair of mass murderers, it's the quintessential Stone opus - topical, testy,...
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TV Guide

Wildly unconventional, corrosively satirical, savagely violent and vulgar, Natural Born Killers is more self-consciously radical (in form,...
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USA Today

By Mike Clark
Flashily nihilistic Killers is easier to admire than love, but credit Stone for putting it on the line with a yarn tailor-made for his...
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Wall Street Journal

By Julie Salamon
A brilliant mess, I suppose, in the way that seriously disturbed people can sometimes deliver a briefly mesmerizing vision of the universe...
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Rolling Stone

Stone calls this bile satire. But satire takes careful aim; Killers is crushingly scattershot. By putting virtuoso technique at the service...
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great film

By crgoldie68
greatly acted, woody fucks juliette, fucks is said alot, juliette gets fucked twice, 52 people get killed brutaly and i still loved it...

So unique

By redyeah
The first time you watch this movie, your mind is blown. The crazy stuff in the windows, the bizarre humor. The intensity of the violence. Beautifully filmed. Mickey and Mallory are a duo to be...

By 1189532480

Oliver Stone makes a hardcore nightmare that could have allowed his message to soar.

By Dominic LeRose
Violence is a sad thing that is apart of our culture. The even sicker thing is that violence can be used in a way to get people money, fame, work, or entertainment in the wrong fashion. Oliver Stone...

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Rated R | For Graphic Carnage, Extreme Violence, Sexuality, Shocking Images and Strong Language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Not for kids Bloody, violent, sexually explicit. Mature teens+.
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