Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Adventure • R • 1998 • 1 hr 58 min
One of my favorite Gilliam films. Hilarious performances and you’ll find something new every time you watch it
It makes one not wanna be on drugs ever again
A beautifully brought-together piece from a fragmental mind, and one that sticks out still. The book is way better but this was a good run.
This movie is one big psychedelic trip, it won't make sense unless you've experimented with mind altering substances.
This film is a lesson in extreme debochry! Bravo!
This is worth watching because my mate did this on acid and crapped his pants.
A wild ride. Must-see. Johnny Depp portrayed Hunter S. Thompson perfectly.
Amazing film!! Johnny Depp really embodies his role!
Every bit as good as the book. Filled with drug addled lunacy. Gilliam extracts the very best from Del Toro and Depp. It’s madness.
The bizarre ramblings of Hunter S. Thompson told through the incredible performances of Depp and Del Toro make this a timeless masterpiece.
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