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Hugo G (it) wrote: I was hoping the movie would be a little better and not so slow paced, because it lost me a few times as a result of boredom. That said, the story had a lot of potential and Elena Anaya was great and really did it best to not let the movie down, but it dragged her a little once in a while. But overall, it tries its best and it ended up being a cute emotional movie that really brought its A game in its third act, with a very chilling and lovely ending. ~September 26, 2014~
Jeremy I (kr) wrote: Brittany snow gets 3 stars
Ashley H (br) wrote: Diary of a Mad Black Woman is an excellent film. It is about a woman who has to learn how to love and trust men all over again. Kimberly Elise and Steve Harris give amazing performances. The screenplay is well written and funny. Darren Grant did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this movie because of the humor and romance. Diary of a Mad Black Woman is a must see.
Adam R (fr) wrote: An original comedy with a good cast of young stars. It pokes fun at some Christian stereotypes, but it ultimately means well. (First viewing - 8/15/2008)
Scarlett O (fr) wrote: Do you have a thong?Tis ROADKILL!
Dammy G (it) wrote: Another failed Nickelodeon movie. I mean Johnathan Frakes did Star Trek First Contact, and Star Trek Inssurection. He wasn't going to do a good kids movie.
Ola G (gb) wrote: Mickey Knox (Woody Harrelson) and Mallory Wilson (Juliette Lewis) aren't your typical lovers - after killing her abusive father Ed Wilson (Rodney Dangerfield), they go on a road trip where a killing spree begins. They do however leave one person alive at every shooting to tell the story about Mickey & Mallory and soon enough they become media superstars thanks to the press and as well a ruthless reporter, Wayne Gale (Robert Downey Jr.). At the same time they have the violent and psychotic Detective Jack Scagnetti (Tom Sizemore) on their trail...I saw "Natural Born Killers" on a very small advance screening back in 1994 and was blown away by the hypnotic, violent, surreal, edgy, fragmented and wild experience it is. Many years have passed since and it has been several years since I re-saw it and now I felt it was time to see this Bonnie and Clyde inspired road movie again. Oliver Stones film is one long case study in America's fascination with violence/pseudo-culture and theres plenty pop cultural gold to wallow in. Critics over the years have panned this film as a 'glorification of meaningless violence', but the film turns the paranoia of a nation into satire and then deconstruct it into a live and direct sopa opera that engages the viewer to the max and almost puts you in the hysteric violence. The sensationalism of the media during the 90s hasnt changed that much and it saturates most of Western civilization today, where it's more important to see celebrities doing what ever it might be instead of focusing on real issues that exist in our world. "Natural Born Killers" is shot and edited in a frenzied and psychedelic style consisting of black and white, animation, and other unusual color schemes, and employing a wide range of camera angles, filters, film stocks, lenses, and special effects. Much of the film is told via parodies of television shows and commercials which were commonly on the air at the time of the film's release make brief, intermittent appearances. This was truly intense and innovative (The editing of the film took 11 months) in 1994, but does that hold up in 2016? Not really to be completely honest. When watching it today, the idea is there but most of the film feels technically insufficient and the amateurish way the film is handled at times by Stone drags it down (despite the fact that it has been most likely done deliberately). And I dont patricularly like Harrelson nor Lewis in the main roles as they never manages to make you believe in their existence. Im not as impressed by "Natural Born Killers" today as I was in 1994. Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film four stars out of four and wrote, "Seeing this movie once is not enough. The first time is for the visceral experience, the second time is for the meaning." Other critics found the film unsuccessful in its aims. Hal Hinson of The Washington Post claimed that "Stone's sensibility is white-hot and personal. As much as he'd like us to believe that his camera is turned outward on the culture, it's vividly clear that he can't resist turning it inward on himself. This wouldn't be so troublesome if Stone didn't confuse the public and the private." Janet Maslin of The New York Times wrote, "for all its surface passions, Natural Born Killers never digs deep enough to touch the madness of such events, or even to send them up in any surprising way. Mr. Stone's vision is impassioned, alarming, visually inventive, characteristically overpowering. But it's no match for the awful truth." James Berardinelli gave the film a negative review but his criticism was different from many other such pans, which generally said that Oliver Stone was a hypocrite for making an ultra-violent film in the guise of a critique of American attitudes. Berardinelli noted that the movie "hits the bullseye" as a satire of America's lust for bloodshed, but repeated Stone's main point so often and so loudly that it became unbearable. Trivia: Oliver Stone has always maintained that the film is a satire on how serial killers are adored by the media for their horrific actions, and that those who claim the violence in the movie itself is a cause of societal violence have missed the point of the movie entirely. When producers Jane Hamsher and Don Murphy first brought Quentin Tarantino's screenplay to Oliver Stone's attention, Stone's initial idea was to make a lighthearted all-action blockbuster. His previous film, "Heaven & Earth" (1993), had been a difficult shoot which had failed at the box office, and he saw 'Natural Born Killers' as a way to make a fun movie and play with genre conventions. As he puts it himself in Chaos Rising: The Storm Around 'Natural Born Killers' (2001), he planned to make "something Arnold Schwarzenegger would be proud of." As the project developed however, Stone found the movie getting deeper and deeper, and soon all hopes for a simple action spectacular were gone.
cli o (br) wrote: no thanks not my thing
Luke G (br) wrote: Two words, goofy and wacky.
Ian B (gb) wrote: If this movie was released in theaters like a normal narrative, it would most likely be a flop
Chint (br) wrote: Great performances & a very interesting movie !!!