"Natural Born Killers" is a 1994 American crime film directed by Oliver Stone and starring Woody Harrelson and Juliette Lewis. The movie is a satirical take on the media's glorification of violence and follows the story of a young couple, Mickey and Mallory Knox, who embark on a killing spree across the American southwest.
The film is notable for its unique visual style, which incorporates a variety of film techniques and formats, including animation, black and white footage, and rapid cuts. The movie also features a highly stylized soundtrack, featuring songs from a variety of genres and eras.
Throughout the film, Mickey and Mallory are pursued by a tabloid journalist named Wayne Gale, played by Robert Downey Jr., who seeks to exploit their story for his own gain. The film also features a number of other notable actors in supporting roles, including Tom Sizemore, Tommy Lee Jones, and Rodney Dangerfield.
"Natural Born Killers" was highly controversial upon its release, with many critics and activists decrying its depiction of violence and its apparent glorification of the killers. However, the film also received praise for its bold visual style and its commentary on the media's obsession with violence. Today, the movie is considered a cult classic and is seen as an important work of American cinema.