Bonnie and Clyde

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  • Depression-era drifters Clyde Barrow (Warren Beatty) and Bonnie Parker (Faye Dunaway) embark on a life of crime. They crave adventure and each other. We were unprepared us for the cascading violence that would follow; we learn they can be hurt and dread they can be killed. The vivid title-role performances get superb support from Michael J. Pollard, Gene Hackman and Estelle Parsons, 1967 Best Supp

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Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway are the legendary Depression-era bandits and lovers in this landmark film that won two Academy Awards and triggered a revolution in screen violence. Year: 1967.

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Bonnie and Clyde

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  1. Man, what a stinker this movie is. Seriously it’s so lame that only children would enjoy it.

    First of all, how dumb is it that there would be a girl bank robber anyway. I believe the boy part of it, because history has shown that boys rob banks. But girls? Come on. That’s not very believable and anyway why would they need to because they get all their money from men already. See, the logic in the movie doesn’t work.

    This movie, which is horrible, is also a total rip-off of Natural Born Killers. If Woody Harrelson (or anyone from the terrific ensemble sitcom “Cheers”) were in Bonnie or Clyde it would be a much more excellent movie. I would prefer to see Frasier and Robin Colcorde robbing banks and I think that would be a real hoot of a movie.

    I haven’t seen many Warren Beatty movies, but I can tell you after this one, I probably won’t be rushing out to rent them. And Faye Dunaway who plays the part that is not Clyde is also dumb and I hate her so much!!!!

    If you have a choice between seeing this movie and Anaconda, I recommend Anaconda, again, unless you’re a child and have no movie taste and then you should probably watch this movie.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. this movie was so bloody at the end,they made the r rating!this was the first movie they ever rated r.the flaw is its very slow as compared to todays action packed extravagansas.a modern day version would be awesome.actualy,there is teenage bonnie and kleptomaniac clyde.its better than this one.everbody knows the story.theres these 2 lovers bonnie parker and clyde barrow.they ride around robbing banks.they become something of folk heros.the feds used a dastardly trick to lure them to their slaughter.lex luthor from superman is in it.oh yeah hes this jewish guy…………………..gene hackman?its considered a classic.it is very much true.it was not exact with any books i read,but the important stuff goes down the same way.its called a classic but ive turned it off a number of times.legend in its time,i guess.the end scene is intense.the superman movies were better as mostly every hackman movie sucks.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  3. This is another 1960’s film designed to subvert american values

    and culture. Liberals, most notibly Warren Beatty, were

    involved in the production of it. The message of the film is

    that crime and violence against society is a great lifestyle.

    Criminals are heroic figures while the police are an evil force

    out to stop the “fun” of young people.

    Liberals made films like this in the 1960s as part of an assault

    by media on the foundations of freedom. Their attempts to build

    communism had largely failed after the death of the socialist

    Franklin Roosevelt. And after the movement collapsed in the

    1950s, many of them took to promoting drugs and crime among the

    young. The idea being that America could be prepared for

    revolution if its young were turned into criminals running wild

    rioting in the streets. This film was the real inspiration for

    criminals like the weather underground, the SLA, the

    Baider-Meinhoff gang in germany and numerous red brigade death

    squads in europe.

    The formula of the film was to pick two attractive leads and

    then sell violence and crime for two hours in a slick advertising

    package. Subvert the idea of love into a love of death and

    make violent death an inevitable thing.

    Better yet, package up the violence so that its “better than

    real life”. People say this film is more “realistic” in its

    violence than previous hollywood films. Not true. There isn’t

    anything real about it because real violence is ugly and boring.

    The film doesn’t capture realism. It creates a new language of

    stylized attractive violence for film.

    Beatty revealed his true “colors” years later when he made the

    openly pro-communist film “Reds”. But he was working hard for

    the cause when this film was made.

    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. Hollywood has a track record of turning vile, murdering cowards and criminals into folk heroes. This piece of trash is among the winners. What a load of pure hogwash. When it first came out, the critics went into ecstasy about the sexual message all through the movie, using handguns as a phallic symbol. More Freudian dribble!!! The police are the villians here while the gang are the heroes. (The scene with Denver Pyle playing Texas Ranger Frank Hamer sneaking up on the bloodthirty duo is pure bilge. If the real Capt. Hamer had had his way, B&C’s crimewave wouldn’t have lasted any length of time.) The real Bonnie Parker was absolute trash. She blew a policeman’s head off point blank with a sawed off shotgun! And she’s a HEROINE ? More like she was on HEROIN. If you think this is a “Robin Hood” tale of robbing from the rich and giving to the poor, you live in a fantasy world. The small businesses that Barrow and Parker robbed were “mom and pop” stores. And the poor certainly didn’t benefit. The only redeeming part of this film is seeing these two thugs riddled by gunfire by the law. A fitting end.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. AND THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THIS VERSION AND THE ULTIMATE EDITION IS………?

    GOD I HATE THESE COMPANIES ALWAYS LAUNCHING NEW AND IMPROVED SPECIAL EDITIONS AFTER ANOTHER…AND GUESS WHAT!!!! THE TWO DISC SPECIAL EDITION AND THE 2 DISC ULTIMATE EDITION ARE COMING OUT THE SAME DAY!!!!!!!!!!!1 I DONT UNDERSTAND….COULD SOMEONE PLEASE EXPLAIN?!! AND THE LATTER IS APPROX 12 DOLLARS MORE EXPENSIVE! i really dont get this…this is the last straw….2 special editions on the same day? this is unbelievable
    Rating: 1 / 5

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