Wildly unconventional, corrosively satirical, savagely violent and vulgar, NATURAL BORN KILLERS is more self-consciously radical (in form, if not necessarily in content) than any other major studio release in recent memory. If it isn't the masterpiece it aspires to be--director Oliver
Stone lacks, and may never attain, the kind of intellectual acuity that most of us still expect from artists--it's unquestionably a watershed.
Woody Harrelson and Juliette Lewis play Mickey and Mallory Knox, a post-utopian Bonnie and Clyde on a cross-country killing spree. If Bonnie and Clyde liked to think of themselves as Depression-era Robin Hoods, Mickey and Mallory have no su...