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Natural Born Killers

Natural Born Killers

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Director: Oliver Stone, Woody Harrelson, Juliette Lewis, Robert Downey Jr.

Cast: Oliver Stone, Woody Harrelson, Juliette Lewis, Robert Downey Jr.


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Natural Born Killers was criticized for its violence when released in theaters, and this director's cut release restores even more graphic content. Only huge fans of the film are likely to be interested in these additional scenes, but for those interested in learning how Oliver Stone ticks, it's a great study of the mind of the director. Also included are


Natural Born Killers was criticized for its violence when released in theaters, and this director's cut release restores even more graphic content. Only huge fans of the film are likely to be interested in these additional scenes, but for those interested in learning how Oliver Stone ticks, it's a great study of the mind of the director. Also included are several surreal deleted scenes, including two featuring Ashley Judd and Denis Leary, as well as an alternate ending. Stone's commentary, which is prefaced with a Trimark Pictures disclaimer as not reflecting the company's views, proves he really does have a grasp of the medium, and the "making of" featurette with the cast and crew reinforces the idea that this film was made in an "inmates running the asylum" manner. For those interested in the controversy or looking for an education in violent experimental filmmaking, this disc is loaded with goodies.

Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Robert Firsching
Natural Born Killers is a vicious, gory, disgusted kick in the pants to America, as Oliver Stone seemingly throws the culture's sickness back in its face, screaming "You like this kind of stuff? Here!" In a country which made Bonnie and Clyde heroes and slobbered over bloody gloves and horrifying 911 calls for over a year, how do you make this kind of satire crazy enough? Stone tries to do so by taking every facet of the crime/glamor obsession to its extremes. Mallory (Juliette Lewis) and her psycho sweetheart Mickey (Woody Harrelson) commit over 50 murders and become big stars, with Stone tracing every step of the mad journey to celebrity in a multitude of styles including color, black-and-white, hand-held Super 8, and even cartoons. At one point, he presents Mallory's obligatory "unhappy childhood" as a demented sitcom, with sexually abusive dad Rodney Dangerfield spouting abuse to big laughs from a delighted audience. It's all just fodder for the media machine and the bloodthirsty public, as Robert Downey, Jr. illustrates as a camera-obsessed reporter whose quest for fame has blinded him to the perversion of what he is doing.

Product Details

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Original Release:
Warner Home Video
Region Code:
[Letterbox, Wide Screen]
[Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]

Special Features

Feature-length audio commentary by writer/director Oliver Stone; Behind-the-scenes documentary: "Chaos Rising: The Storm Around Natural Born Killers"; Soundtrack remastered in Dolby Digital 5.1; Deleted scenes and alternate ending; Interactive menus; Theatrical trailer; Scene access; Languages: English, Français; Subtitles: English, Français, Español & Português

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Woody Harrelson Mickey Knox
Juliette Lewis Mallory Knox
Robert Downey Wayne Gale
Tommy Lee Jones Dwight McClusky
Tom Sizemore Jack Scagnetti
Rodney Dangerfield Mallory's dad
Russell Means Old Indian
Edie McClurg Mallory's mom
Balthazar Getty Gas Station Attendant
Joe Grifasi Duncan Homolka
O-Lan Jones Mabel
Risa Bramon Garcia Actor
Billy Hopkins Actor
Ashley Judd Actor
Denis Leary Actor
Heidi Levitt Actor
Jack Palance Actor
Rachel Ticotin Actor
Ed White Pinball Cowboy
Richard Lineback Sonny
Lanny Flaherty Earl
Sean Stone Kevin
Jerry Gardner Work Boss
Evan Handler David
Kirk Baltz Wayne Gale's cameraman
Maria Pitillo Deborah
Josh Richman Soundman
Matthew Faber Kid
Jamie Harrold Kid
Jake Beecham Kid
Jared Harris London Boy
Salvator Xuereb French Boy
Phil Neilson Mickey's Dad
Red West Cowboy Sheriff
Glen Chin Druggist
Pruitt Taylor Vince Kavanaugh
Everett Quinton Wurlitzer
Peter Crombie Intense Cop
Marshall Bell Deputy
Bob Swan Napalatoni
Robert Jordan Wgn Newscaster
Mark Harmon Mickey Knox in Wayne Gale's reconstruction (uncredite
Arliss Howard See-Through Diner Patron/Prison Escapee (uncredited)
Dale Dye Dale Wrigley
Steven Wright Dr. Emil Reingold
John M. Watson Black Inmate
Carl Ciarfalio Mallory's Guard
Louis Lombardi Sparky

Technical Credits
Oliver Stone Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Brian Berdan Editor
Merideth Boswell Set Decoration/Design
Budd Carr Musical Direction/Supervision
Hank Corwin Editor
Stella Furner Set Decoration/Design
Herbert W. Gains Asst. Director
Risa Bramon Garcia Associate Producer,Casting
John Perry Goldsmith Set Decoration/Design
Jane Hamsher Producer
Billy Hopkins Casting
Richard Hornung Costumes/Costume Designer
Chuck Jeffreys Stunts
Victor Kempster Production Designer
Heidi Levitt Casting
David MacMillan Sound/Sound Designer
Matt Sweeney Special Effects
Mike Smith Animator
Arnon Milchan Executive Producer
Thom Mount Executive Producer
Matthew Mungle Makeup
Don Murphy Producer
Robert Richardson Cinematographer
Richard Rutowski Associate Producer,Screenwriter
Quentin Tarantino Original Story
Alan Tomkins Art Director
Clayton Townsend Producer
David Veloz Screenwriter
Rand Vossler Co-producer
Margery Zweizig Art Director

Scene Index

Scene Selections
0. Scene Selections
1. Opening; café carnage [6:47]
2. Floorin' through the credits [1:43]
3. I Love Mallory [5:40]
4. On the tail of a twister [3:04]
5. Taking care of Dad and Mom [2:02]
6. Free [:50]
7. 'Til death do us part [2:52]
8. The American Maniacs version [3:02]
9. The people on the street [:56]
10. Thinking about... [4:15]
11. Too eager [3:51]
12. Meet Jack Scagnetti [:58]
13. Left turn into a lovers spat [2:28]
14. Demons visit the Old Indian [3:59]
15. Demonic dreams [3:13]
16. Two snake pits [3:41]
17. Drug Zone desperados [4:00]
18. Catching the big bad wolf [3:22]
19. Welcome to Batonga Penitentiary [5:32]
20. Born bad [1:35]
21. Wayne's pitch [3:55]
22. A love letter [1:22]
23. An expert opinion [2:52]
24. Dead quiet on Super Bowl Sunday [3:43]
25. Fate's messenger on violence [1:48]
26. "Only love can kill the demon." [3:29]
27. Mallory's visitor [1:33]
28. The purity of a natural born killer [:11]
29. A riot breaks out [1:33]
30. Armed and dangerous [1:29]
31. Getting sexy [3:21]
32. Live!!! inside Batonga [2:32]
33. Together again [:56]
34. On the loose...on network TV [2:04]
35. Wayne catches bloodlust [1:46]
36. Owen and a means of escape [2:41]
37. The warden and his charges [5:01]
38. A roadside statement [:56]
39. Other news tonight [5:38]
40. End Credits [1:07]


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Natural Born Killers 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
natural born killers is an awesome action thriller
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This is a film that works its way to a satire of life in the modern sociaty that now exists. This can relate to such storys as 1984 or clockwork orange, but it is a nightmare because its happening right now. Of course its not real or has ever happened, other than the copicat incident, or now any sort of killer could get that kind of noteriaty for being a sadistic sociopath. Once isnt enough to comprehend its inderence to utter chaotic rithim. Even if Quentin Tarantino didn't like it, he had Pulp Fiction right after this, Oliver Stone is still a genius filmaker that can show us what the hell he wants. If any director can have the talent he has or Kubrick they can do what the hell they want without any on corruption about it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
From provocatuer Oliver Stone, he makes us debate with and against each other than any other film he directed after this was released. A satirical and bitter dissention against our morally bankrupt media, Stone hits the mark with murder cases. Maybe overly violent, but shows how troubled our society is.
Guest More than 1 year ago
NATURAL BORN KILLERS: DIRECTOR'S CUT is a great movie. However, it is ultraviolent and it needed 150 cuts (about three minutes) to get an R rating instead of an NC-17. The movie's filming style is wonderful. This is one of the most entertaining movies I have ever seen. The second tape is one hour of splendid bonus footage. ***WARNING: DON'T WATCH THIS ONE WITH THE KIDS*** Objectionable content: Extreme violence. Extreme carnage. Extreme profanity. Extreme sexuality. Atmosphere of chaos. Brief nudity. 182 minutes. (First tape: 125 minutes; second tape: 57 minutes) MUST-SEE
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is amazing to say the least. Yep, sure it's shocking, but the movie is just amazing. It's funny in parts that wouldn't be funny normally. It's just so violent and twisted it's funny. And the way the film is shot is superb. It's got enlightenment written all over it. And the messages in the movie are true. An instant classic. Take this Tipper.
Jilseponie More than 1 year ago
This movie should also challenge the way you look at the media and the way they drive our culture. The cinematography and directing are fantastic regardless of what you think of the content. Every shot, every scene, pulls an emotion and sends you on a roller coaster through the length of the film. (Side note: try to find the book "Killer Instinct" by Jane Hamsher. She's one of the producers and tells the story of how the movie got to be made. It sure was a wild ride!) Also, it's a shame Woody Harrelson didn't do more roles like this one because he was wonderful, and he completely shed the Woody persona from "Cheers". I will admit, the most frightening and astounding performance was by Rodney Dangerfield as Mallory's father. A role I absolutely never expected to see from him.
JohnQ More than 1 year ago
This is simply the worst movie I have ever seen. It is Disgusting from start to finish. Stone has made some fine films but this is not one of them. You couldn't pay me enough to sit through this piece of junk again.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I believe this movie diplicts the actual media crazed society we have in America. I also think that if people are not ready for a film such as this then media should be less graphic and publicize murderers.
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