Natural Born Killers
Crime • R • 1994 • 1 hr 58 min
Truly one of the best films about media and violence, after over 25 years it’s more relevant today then ever!
Visceral and poignant, frenetic and trippy. Like leonard cohen and hunter s thompson dropping acid with a doomsday preacher
Good movie with a great script and a great soundtrack. Not a movie for everyone.
This movie is crazy! The cinematographer broke his arm filming the prison scene 😂. I love the way this film looks.
Graphic, intense vaporwaves of violence tinge your retinas and you root for these psychopaths as they dance over everyone. Ghastly. Great.
Imagine being Coca Cola, allow "some movie" to show your commercial, go to the movies and see this.
One of my fave. An acid trip with great cast, story, directing and dialoge. Shows how sick society is
Story of husband/wife couple who go on a killing spree. This controversial film is a commentary on the glorification of violence by media.
A very stylistic film filled with great performances. Enjoy the look into media around killers.
A visionary film about the truth of our society and a bleak outlook on how its all going
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