|hornung - 2007-10-18 |
i almost forgot how much i hate oliver stone.
this reminded me.
|Calamity Jon - 2007-10-18 |
To this day, I have trouble thinking of Rodney Dangerfield without remembering this scene. Also, Jesus, this is major disturbing. Kudos to Stone, I don't care how much folks hated on this film, this scene was perfectly composed ...
|zatojones - 2007-10-18 |
The star is only for Rodney because he was awesome. This movie, however, was utter shit
|Xiphias - 2007-10-18 |
I don't get the hate for this movie.
|Billy Buttsex - 2007-10-18 |
The people who rated this one star weren't doing drugs when they saw it. As a trippy horror flick, this is a classic.
Intellectual value: 0
Social value: -2
Trippy factor: 5
Unsettling factor: 5
I also suggest it gets a couple stars for Robert Downey Jr. yelling at his girlfriend over a cellphone during a prison riot that he's going to shove a chili pepper up her ass. Oh, sorry, SPOILER WARNING.
Please don't ruin this movie by pulling out the stoner defense.
|Tyrathca - 2007-10-18 |
One of the greatest movies of all time. If you don't get it, that's your problem but you might wanna go find some extra braincells, obviously you're running out.
Also... FUCK ME HIS EYES ARE SO SCARY.
Oh I get it. It still sucks.
|bang to buck ratio - 2007-10-18 |
I saw this movie with my dad when I was nine.
|Hugo Gorilla - 2007-10-18 |
Was the bleeping and the laugh track in the movie or did someone edit it in for YouTube? I've never watched Natural Born Killers.
It was in the movie.
I read the original script for this.. Oliver Stone managed to salvage what would have been a typical, barely tolerable Tarantino film, and I don't quite get the hate for it. Then again, I've only seen the director's cut.
|Random_Hajile - 2007-10-18 |
This was the only part of Natural Born Killers I enjoyed. The rest of it was pretty boring.
Was that part the end? *rimshot*
|coprolalia - 2007-10-18 |
This is a great scene. Rodney's sleazy side is a wonderfully terrifying thing.
As for the rest of the movie, I've yet to see another with Lard on the soundtrack.
|Corman's Inferno - 2007-10-19 |
Subtlety takes a backseat in this movie, but the pitch-perfect casting makes up for it.
|Herr Matthias - 2007-10-19 |
I needed context, and thanks to Wikipedia, I got it:
After the titles, there is a flashback sequence to how the murderous pair met up: Mickey was a delivery man who turned up at the house where Mallory lived with her physically and sexually abusive father (Rodney Dangerfield), her mother, and Kevin, her younger brother. The scene is portrayed as a sitcom with a canned laughter track, the "audience" laughing hardest when Mallory is subjected to lewd comments and molestation by her repulsive father. When Mickey arrives with a delivery of beef, he falls in love with Mallory and whisks her away on a date, stealing her father's car in the process. Mickey is arrested and imprisoned for car-theft, but escapes and returns to Mallory's house. The two kill her father by drowning him in the fishtank, and burn her mother alive in her bed. They spare her ten-year-old brother. Mickey then takes Mallory away with him.
|davinciclone - 2007-10-19 |
Not a positive word for the awesome Edie McClurg?
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