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Helpful votes received on reviews: 76% (22 of 29)
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,301,577 - Total Helpful Votes: 22 of 29
Natural Born Killers [VHS] <b>VHS</b> ~ Woody Harrelson
Natural Born Killers [VHS] VHS ~ Woody Harrelson
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
In making Natural Born Killers, Oliver Stone has ventured into cinematic territory that requires considerable daring - graphically portraying the exploits of mass murderers while simultaneously exposing the complicity of America's media and popular culture in their brutality. If you can get over Stone's relentless and graphic directorial style and his complete lack of concern for censorship or social outrage, you will learn a great deal from this piece of film.
Technically, Natural Born Killers was a cinematic break through. Stone's seemingly haphazard barrage of imagery is in fact a finely tuned roll of delicately edited cinematography.
black-and-white video, secondary TV,… Read more
Mallrats [VHS] <b>VHS</b> ~ Shannen Doherty
Mallrats [VHS] VHS ~ Shannen Doherty
7 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Once you get over the fact that this is not going to be a 'great' piece of cinema, this is no space odyssey, this is no goodfellas, this isn't even a heat. What this is, is a small scale, relatively low budget, appallingly acted little gem of a movie. The script is original and dumb as ... Jason Lee's character Broadie, could out one-line Oscar Wilde, Kevin Smith and Jason Lee make this movie. Smith's lines and Lee's delivery will make you rattle around the place for days, as you remember gags and quips from mallrats. The occasional realm into slapstick blends in with subtlety ans Jay and Silent Bob have gone on to become cult anti-heroes for the starwars watching withnail and I qouting e… Read more
The Lawnmower Celebrity by Ben Hatch
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Classic stuff. Hatch's witty workplace scenarios and quirky but likeable characters make for a highly enjoyable weekends reading. As Jay stuggles with his relationships, his past, his future and his book, we laugh and sympathise as his life falls apart around him. I loved the dad, the best friend and the mum, but the girlfriend didn't really seem complete somehow. None the less though, the dry humour and the joyfully un-subtle cynicism made for a hilarious read. His new one is already pre-ordered in my 'wish list'.

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