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Natural Born Killers

Rated R for extreme violence and graphic carnage, for shocking images, and for strong language and sexuality.

R In Theaters 08/26/1994 , 119min.
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74%
Critic score based on 20 reviews

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September 24, 2009
JOHNARTMASTER
what can i say written by Quetin tarentino directed by oliver stone this is one of my all time 5 top movies very poetic yet extreamly violent JUST AWSOME!!!!!!!!!! A MUST SEE

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Washington Post
One doesn't leave this movie profoundly shocked about our collectively inured state, or the fact that Stone got us to laugh at caricatured violence. One merely leaves puzzled and wondering: Is that it? He's not telling us anything. He's riffing on a theme and--intentionally or not--contributing to the junk pile he supposedly decries. Full Review
Desson Howe
Washington Post
One doesn't leave this movie profoundly shocked about our collectively inured state, or the fact that Stone got us to laugh at caricatured violence. One merely leaves puzzled and wondering: Is that it? He's not telling us anything. He's riffing on a theme and--intentionally or not--contributing to the junk pile he supposedly decries. Full Review
Edward Guthmann
San Francisco Chronicle
An entertaining but exhausting satire on tabloid media and the way they feed our thirst for violence, Natural Born Killers stars Woody Harrelson and Juliette Lewis, in banshee-out-of-hell performances, as serial killers Mickey and Mallory Knox -- a trashy, gonzo/weirdo version of Bonnie & Clyde. [26 Aug 1994, p.C1] Full Review
Hal Hinson
Washington Post
Our culture may be drifting toward the sort of calamity that Stone describes in Natural Born Killers, but the hysteria he depicts seems to come from within him. His soul is in turmoil and so he keeps trying to convince us that we're sick. Full Review
James Berardinelli
ReelViews
As a satire on the media's infatuation with violence and murderers, Natural Born Killers hits the bullseye. The problem is, this is a one-note movie. It repeatedly hammers home the same point until the audience is bludgeoned into senselessness. Full Review
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