Overall Rank: 1711
Average Rating: 2.9/4
# of Ratings: 66
Theatrical Release Date: 06/26/1998
Genre: Comedy, Drama
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Vincent Gallo
Actors: Vincent Gallo, Christina Ricci, Ben Gazzara, Mickey Rourke, Rosanna Arquette, Anjelica Huston
Plot: After serving five year in prison, Billy Brown faces an even more dire place: going home to his parents. Not wanting to face them alone, he kidnaps a teen girl and forces her to go along with his plan presenting her as his future wife. -- Chris Kavan
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Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 06/25/2019
It could be better, but "Buffalo '66" is moving enough to make us really sympathize for its main character.
Armando Sanchez - wrote on 09/04/2012
Vincent Gallo delivers a performance worth mentioning.This film is amazing in every which way.the script,the acting,the performances,the locations are all perfect.MR.Gallo writes and directs a beautiful masterpiece that truly makes you think.makes you wonder how someone can truly write something so true,dark,and gritty....yet so beautiful.it is amazing.A great film.
Moviehead - wrote on 04/01/2012
good film with very good atmosphere, it is not great but you should definitely watch it
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Daniel Corleone - wrote on 11/23/2012
Has very high expectations with thi particular film. Billy Brown (Vincent Gallo) kidnaps a young girl named Layla (Christina Ricci) and asks for a favor. She is introduced to his parents Jan (Anjelica Huston) and Jimmy (Ben Gazzar). The lead was unlikable from the get-go though Ricci's character was cooperative. Billy had a bad childhood because of the unloving parents obsessed with music and football. Soundtrack was fair and soundtrack flimsy. Insufficient humor tough the drama was solid. Direction was superb which boasts of the unique framing and bullet in the head shots. Pace was precise and overall premise realistic. Buffalo '66 is an effective dark picture that proves that with love and reformation, things can go good despite the past.
Yojimbo - wrote on 04/26/2012
A small-time waster fresh out of prison kidnaps a girl and forces her to pretend to be his wife in an attempt to fool his dysfunctional parents into believing he's living the good life. Buffalo '66 is trying oh-so-hard for "indie chic". Writer-director Vincent Gallo essentially presents us with a love story for emotional retards, as his "hero" Billy has clearly been emotionally scarred by his upbringing at the hands of his Denver Broncos obsessed mother and self absorbed, emotionally distant father. It's a nice idea and I'm sure female fashionistas who fancy themselves as preferring "troubled" and "complex" men (as long as they dress like rock stars and have perfect bone structure, of course...) to jock types think it's the best thing since sliced bread. The biggest problem is with Gallo …
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