In the article ``Moviegoers Have Their Say on Stone,'' two young reviewers state that ``Natural Born Killers,'' can be a crystal ball for older people. This doesn't convince me it's a must-see film.
Approval of the film's brilliance and mixing of media styles was counterbalanced by doubts about who should see this satire. Though the film is not the Paul Revere of decadence, I ask those blinded by marquee lights and the mixing of all the media hype and gore: Aside from box-office profit and maybe a flirtation with the unnatural, what is the point? B. L. Morgan, Evanston, Ill.
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