Warner Bros. Pictures | Release Date: September 10, 1993
8.9
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Universal acclaim based on 218 Ratings
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DaveC.Jun 24, 2004
Although there is entertainment value here, the film's intentions soon become clear. This is a mean spirited, stupid film that comes off as little more than low, cynical attempt at street credibility. It wants to be the next Reservoir Although there is entertainment value here, the film's intentions soon become clear. This is a mean spirited, stupid film that comes off as little more than low, cynical attempt at street credibility. It wants to be the next Reservoir Dogs forgetting the fact that that film was a black comedy that mocked violence. This on the other hand condones it. Add in a couple of horrid, destable protagonists with a little bit of casual homophobia here and there and you have a film that in spite of the fact that is was allegedly penned by Quentin Tarantino prior to the production of Pulp Fiction, feels like a cheap, dumb, contrived rip off of that film. Indeed this film is closer to the Kevin Costner turkey 3000 Miles To Graceland than Pulp Fiction. Skip it! Expand
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warrenworldMay 4, 2014
The truth about True Romance is very simple. On the outside: a lot of violence and sexual content. Take a deeper look, and you find a well-written love story.
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5
JackD.Jan 14, 2003
Incredibly over the top and bloody violent... For the fans only!
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YoonC.Sep 21, 2003
Serviceable as male fantasy with plenty of violence and absurdly funny scenarios. Patricia Arquette, while not beautiful, has an appealing freshness. Christian Slater is half geek/half tough guy and quite winning. Best scene involves a truly Serviceable as male fantasy with plenty of violence and absurdly funny scenarios. Patricia Arquette, while not beautiful, has an appealing freshness. Christian Slater is half geek/half tough guy and quite winning. Best scene involves a truly politically incorrect exchange between Walken and Hopper. The script, however, is too thin to sustain much of an interest throughout. Expand
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aadityamudharApr 17, 2016
Although there is entertainment value here, the film's intentions soon become clear. This is a mean spirited, stupid film that comes off as little more than low, cynical attempt at street credibility. It wants to be the next Reservoir DogsAlthough there is entertainment value here, the film's intentions soon become clear. This is a mean spirited, stupid film that comes off as little more than low, cynical attempt at street credibility. It wants to be the next Reservoir Dogs forgetting the fact that that film was a black comedy that mocked violence. This on the other hand condones it. Add in a couple of horrid, destable protagonists with a little bit of casual homophobia here and there and you have a film that in spite of the fact that is was allegedly penned by Quentin Tarantino prior to the production of Pulp Fiction, feels like a cheap, dumb, contrived rip off of that film. Indeed this film is closer to the Kevin Costner turkey 3000 Miles To Graceland than Pulp Fiction. Expand
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