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Bonnie and Clyde (1967) Movie Information

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Crime, Biography





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Arthur Penn


Warren Beatty
Faye Dunaway
Michael J. Pollard
Gene Hackman
Gene Wilder
Denver Pyle





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The Story of the outrageous bank robbing couple and the romance they shared.

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Iconic gangster masterpiece that marked landmark standards to tell a true story in a way that transcends. Wonderful performances throughout and an impressive appearance by Hackman. The violence does not shy away from the screen, yet reality can sometimes be far way more disturbing than, let's say, a John Woo shootout. Unforgettable and very powerful. 97/100

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This film is a masterful combination of bold acting, interesting visual compositions, and some biting social commentary. The film walks both sides of the fence - glamorizing Bonnie & Clyde's violent rampage and, simultaneously, portraying their gory downfall. Better than Natural Born Killers.

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Great peformance from great stars.A VERY good gangster movie

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This has been on my "to-watch list" for a really long time, and I finally did it! This is probably my favorite era of cinema--the Modern Era. It's so unapologetically "cinematic." Lingering close-ups and beautiful cinematography and rich scores. Anywho, Bonnie and Clyde. Beatty and Dunaway are so hot together, and I definitely was sexually frustrated for Bonnie. Clyde, just give it to her! You suck! I like shoot 'em up bang bang stuff, too. You really get attached to the five main characters, and they all have great chemistry with each other. It got a bit repetitive at times...repeated bank robberies followed by twangy banjos and a car speeding off. However, I definitely get why it's a classic, and I recommend it.

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05/05/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

"Bonnie And Clyde" by Yojimbo

Telling the story of notorious armed robbers Bonnie Parker and CVlyde Barrow, this Oscar nominated script was actually offered to both Truffaut and Godard, but even they could not have done a better job. Warren Beatty's awkward and impotent Clyde who sees himself as some kind of self styled Robin Hood is perfectly matched with Faye Dunaway's Bonnie, who sees him as a way out of her dreary small town existence. Their dysfunctional relationship is far more interesting than the usual Hollywood sappiness and there is plenty of warmth and humour as they cut a swathe through a wonderfully reconstructed depression era America, making their inevitably brutal demise all the more shocking and powerful. One of the best crime dramas of the sixties and the template for the likes of True Romance and Na...

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08/12/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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Bonnie Parker (Faye Dunaway) would have not met Clyde Barrow (Warren Beatty) if he didn’t attempt to steal her mother’s car. Bonnie becomes fascinated with Clyde’s history and attitude that she eventually leaves her old waitressing job for a criminal lifestyle. Clyde recruits a kid named C.W. Moss (Michael J. Pollard) who is very knowledgeable about cars. He likewise proves to the 2 that he can be part of an organized gang. Clyde is reunited with his older brother Chuck (Gene Hackman) together with his wife Blanche (Estelle Parsons). The “Barrow Gang” move state to state to rob banks while not hurting or stealing civilians. Texas Ranger Frank Hamer (Denver Pyle) vows his revenge after being humiliated by the bank robbing couple. Ivan Moss (Dub Taylor) assists the battle-wounded coup...

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