An interesting, more avant-garde take on the themes & setting of The Outsiders, with arresting cinematography & great performances and score
Audacious and surreal follow through to The Outsiders. Using B&W was beautiful. Great casting.
Very much a boy type movie, silent, slower paced, yet deeper emotionally; great cast and acting, and speaks of a more rebel like street life
Beautiful direction, beautiful cinematography, beautiful script, beautiful film, and also, beautiful Mickey Rourke.
Totally underated! What an interesting film...
Fantastic avant-garde adaptation of the novel. Great cast, fantastic cinematography and score, and some real depth. Good stuff
EXTREMELY underrated! This is definitely one of Coppola’s best. Matt Dillon’s performance in this is outstanding. Early Nic Cage film too!
Very underrated for Matt Dillon AND Ford Copolla.
I may be S.E. Hinton’s biggest fan, but this movie was…. interesting. Rusty just starts floating?
A chamber movie, so to say. Worth seeing ing it for young Rourke’s performance alone. Good watch, especially if you’re young
1 of Cage's 1st films that helped 2 make him a name not 2 miss! I wonder if back then he'd have figured he'd be in 100+ movies 40 yrs on?😯
This film is so slept on. If you loved The Outsiders, then you’ll love this.
Found it absolutely fantastic, aside from a couple of minor technical issues. Fantastic characters that themselves border on world-building.
This touched on some real feels that I think are hard to capture, done perfect. I'd recommend to alot of people that grew up rough
What an underrated film - beautifully shot with an enriching story and great performances.
Gorgeous but hollow. Coppola obviously made much better films.
Not sure if I was in the proper mood, but I kind of stopped paying attention halfway through
The beginning seemed interesting as it reminded me of a stylized retro gang movie. Unfortunately, it gets rather slow as it progresses.
Unique in its use of music, color and visual techniques. Coppola’s “art film for teenagers” will leave you pondering after the credits roll.
This a a deeply gripping watch that requires more then one viewing. Francis Ford Coppola is at his most stylish this is a definite watch.