Written June 26, 2007
greatly acted, woody fucks juliette, fucks is said alot, juliette gets fucked twice, 52 people get killed brutaly and i still loved it
Written August 18, 2009
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 remembered for eternity. 'Mister rabbit says, "A moment of realization is worth a thousand prayers."
Written September 04, 2014
Written September 12, 2014
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 gets behind the camera to vaguely tells us the truth. He tries to shows how the media uses violent stories to get better stories and air time to pocket money instead of raising awareness for the tragedy of violence. Quentin Tarantino writes a story about two serial killers named Micky and Mallory. Woody Harrelson and Juliette Lewis play these two psychopaths. The two are madly in love and full of violence as they make their way across the Southwest to annihilate anyone they please. They are the definition of crazy! The law has been after them repeatedly, but not as much as media reporter Wayne Gale (Robert Downy Jr.) who tries to use their story as a media tool. Quentin Tarantino and Oliver Stone got into some arguments about this film after Stone changed Tarantino's script dramatically. Based on Tarantino's work, I would have liked it if Stone kept it in its original words. Quentin shows us how killers come into play. Mallory suffered abuse from her family, while Mickey was just a sick person. The two end up killing for fun and the sad part is they became icons. Stone directs this in a really funky and stylish fashion that could have been better if he chilled out a little and made each scene more intense and crazy. Every scene is shot in a strange was in which we never get to feel what's happening, all we can do is guess based on the violence. It's from the two killers point of view for the most time, so you feel kind of evil when watching it. This is a disappointing crime thriller that needed more character development and a stronger message to back up the almost meaningless action.