Bonnie and Clyde
Academy Award® Winner
Starring Warren Beatty, Gene Hackman, Faye Dunaway... View more >
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"Bonnie and Clyde" pushes all the right buttons when this movie came out in 1967. It's an unusual film which has a mixture of romance, comedy and violence. Lots of violence.
The film stars Warren Beatty as Clyde Barrow the leader of the Barrow gang and Faye Dunaway as Bonnie Parker, Clyde's Partner-in-crime and loyal girlfriend. The two started their crime spree and shortly enlist fellow gang members Macheal J. Pollard as the boyish-faced C.W. Moss who is the getawy driver, Gene Hackman as Barrow's brother Buck and his wife Branche, played by Estelle Parsons, who earn an Academy Award for that part.
One of the most memorable lines came when Beatty entered a bank saying,"I'm Clyde Barrow, We rob banks!" the film's violence reflect the mood of America in the 1960s'. "Bonnie and Clyde" is one American film that set the tone for all action movies to follow. I saw "Bonnie and Clyde" twice on American Movie Classics and I'm planning on seeing it again.
Bonnie and Clyde is also a very well-done film. Faye Dunaway does a wonderful job playing the role of the tough but vulnerable Bonnie. It's well worth seeing, imho.
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