Natural Born Killers
Natural Born Killers is a disturbing and brilliant indictment of violence in the media and American celebrity culture. Mickey and Mallory Knox, outlaw lovers on the run, go on a killing spree of startling viciousness -- and find themselves transformed into cult celebrities by the tabloid media. The film, directed by Oliver Stone, departed significantly from Tarantino's original screenplay, so much so that Tarantino removed his name from the screenplay credits. Now available in America for the first time, the original screenplay offers fans and film buffs of all stripes the opportunity to compare Tarantino's original vision with Stone's version of the story of Mickey and Mallory.
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Review: Natural Born KillersUser Review - Goodreads
The screenplay was wrote first my QT than Oliver Stone bought the rights and wrote a different screenplay , although staying to QTs main book but without a key courtroom scene but I would read all the ...
Review: Natural Born KillersUser Review - TrumanCoyote - Goodreads
A wicked satire. Seems like there's always got to be a Mexican standoff in any Tarantino thing--it's become stock. But at least there's not anybody tied to a chair. And one awful line: Roger's "Man oh ... Read full review
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Tarantino A to Zed: the films of Quentin Tarantino
Alan Barnes,Marcus Hearn
Snippet view - 1996
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No preview available - 2004