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1,992 Ratings

The Doom Generation

Directed by Gregg Araki
United States, France, 1995
Comedy, Crime, Drama


Amy Blue (Rose McGowan) is wallowing in a boring relationship with her high school sweetheart Jordan White (James Duval) when white-hot drifter Xavier Red (Johnathon Schaech) literally lands on their car and climbs aboard.

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The Doom Generation Directed by Gregg Araki

Critics reviews

The anger of Araki’s vital, confrontational The Living End and Totally Fucked Up—the take-no-prisoners flipsides to the polite American AIDS films Longtime Companion and Philadelphia—had at this point atrophied into mannerism and calcified into quirk.
September 24, 2012
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If this is independent cinema’s alternative to Natural Born Killers, I can’t see that it represents much of an improvement… But it must be said that Araki occasionally pauses long enough to treat his threesome with a certain tenderness and pity, the same sort of feelings that gave The Long Weekend (o’ Despair) much of its distinction.
November 10, 1995
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