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It's a dark, dark comment on 1968 youth culture, not always elegant to watch but unusual for its time.
Wild in the Streets is a kind of instant classic, a revved-up La Chinoise or Privilege for the drive-ins in summertime.
Despite its rough edges and airy trimmings, the film has a chilling nub of possibility to it.June 4, 2014
An often chilling political science fiction drama, with comedy, the production considers the takeover of American government by the preponderant younger population.
For this audience, Wild in the Streets needs no serious political comment and no real understanding of how pop music and the mass media work together. It's a silly film, but it does communicate in the simplest, most direct terms.June 4, 2014 | Rating: 2/4 | Full Review…
Shelley Winters, as George's mother, gives the most tasteless performance of her career, while Barry Shear directs as if he'd seen Dr. Strangelove a few too many times.
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