Crime • PG • 1974 • 1 hr 34 min
Pre Wes Anderson. Wholesome 70s which is rare
Masterpiece from Malick! Bad boy and not so bad girl go on crime-spree road trip.
Simple and complex at the same time. It follows a young couple in the southwest on the run from the law after making a huge mistake.
Beautifully shot, well written deep characters, and a bleak and sad story told with deft direction from Malick
Bored people do murder. Feels like David Lynch lite. Surreal without losing touch with reality.
Sheen plays best ever psychopath on murder spree; based on real killer C Starkwether, eventually executed. Spacey is clueless girlfriend.
A bit slow throughout the movie...loved the story but the pace needs to improve.
Martin Sheen is an absolute psychopath. There is no other way to explain how he nailed a performance like this. It’s unexplainable.
Definitely need to watch again. Stunning visually.
teenage daydream. shot like it didn't happen. she lived fast for a short while, then had to give it and him up. she enjoyed every second.
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