Bonnie and Clyde
Crime • R • 1967 • 1 hr 51 min
All star cast. Great cinematography and writing. Indelible images of the Great Depression.
So we'll played and made! If you heard about Bonnie and Clyde, watch this movie.
I liked the unconventional love story. I'd guess it was pretty progressive at that time.
Fantastic drama about the lives, love, and robberies of Bonnie and Clyde, great cast
It’s a beautiful and tragic love story. It’s all the stuff you dream about as a dramatic little girl but without the soppiness.
A classic in American cinema. Gripping until the very end. Clyde Barrow was quite the himbo. I’d fall in love too.
Exciting and entertaining depiction of the duo. However, the choice to raise the volume for the gunfights is more annoying than immersive.
That movie hit me hard. One of the most brilliantly made ends in the whole cinema
Cinema Gold. This film has you drawn in from start to end.
This movie practically invented the buddy crime movie.
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