Aroview: Oliver Stone turns a Tarantino script into a mean-spirited satire that points fingers at the decline of America without any measure of self-implication or irony. What Stone has achieved is the ultimate freakish acid trip that will ensure a legion of loyal fans for years to come.
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5 stars (Exceptional) With some unusual visual effects and a hyper-violent Bonnie and Clyde hallucinogenic trip across America, Stone crafts a genius and frightening commentary of American culture and media. Not for everyone, but quite stunning.~Tom H
4 stars (Very Good) Mickey and Mallory are a modern day 'Bonnie and Clyde' hell-bent on mass murder. Trippy psychedelic, and ultra violent, road trip that highlights the absurdity of television news and tabloid media. Definitely qualifies as a cult classic.~GenXGirl
1 star (Turkey) Stylised but not stylish, it satirises the ‘MTV Generation’, CNN, E! channel zeitgeist by mimicking it, but its observations are mostly trite. You get better media parody in an average Simpsons episode. Despite OTT styling & violence, it’s vanilla satire.~SteveParkes