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Jim Morrison (Val Kilmer), one of the most sensual and exciting figures in the history of rock and roll, explodes on the screen in "The Doors", the electrifying movie about a time called the sixties a legendary outlaw who rocked America's consciousness - forever. Meg Ryan, Kyle MacLachlan, Frank Whaley, Kevin Dillon and Billy Idol also star.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 59
- Fresh: 32
- Rotten: 27
- Average Rating: 6.0/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: It is made by a Morrison groupie for other groupies, a film that leaves the rest of us locked outside wondering what the fuss is about.
Fresh: Whatever reservations one may have about this exhausting, dark-side-of-the-'60s epic, there can be little doubt that Stone has captured a particular, bombs-away brand of rock & roll excess with definitive candor.
Fresh: I can't recall a film that evokes the myth of the Sixties more potently.
Rotten: The film really proves only that Jim was a bad drunk and a worse friend, and that in no way was his life exemplary.
great but inaccurate
i love this movie a huge huge huge door fan and of jim morrison this movie is great but it only portrays one side of jim morrison which was the drunk and wild part if u want to see a greter movie then watch when your strange the documantary about the doors oliver stone is a great directer but he failes in this movie
This movie was great, but...
It only told one side of Jim Morrison. But, it is still a good movie!
A good film but not without its flaws.
While The Doors is a must see for any fan of the band it unfortunately not very accurate factually. As stated by Ray Manzarek, Oliver Stone intentionally exaggerated some scenes.