Bonnie and Clyde Reviews
One of the greatest movies ever made, a milestone of American cinema detailing famous outlaws and their publicity from regular citizens. Broke the rules of violence shown on film (that stirred quite an amount of controversy in its day, and shocked audiences) but was raved by critics and now it's rightfully regarded as an American classic; many film buffs consider this to be the movie that was responsible for launching several careers. Estelle Parsons took home Best Supporting Actress Oscar although every performance is parallel. Burnett Guffey's audacious Cinematography also Won an Oscar for this masterpiece. Director Arthur Penn's best film. Don't miss this!
Apart from the violence, I had to ask myself, if I was being persuaded to feel sympathy for these characters? I do not know.
bonnie and Clyde deliver everything it's hyped up to be a classic from start to end
The original "Bonnie and Clyde" feature may be violent and has strange behavior among its characters, but it was well-made on being typically mostly accurate while the performances and the cinematography expressed the story well while matching the power - an ability that most or some biopics possessed. It's a film with the winning materials that'll bring you the enjoyment you'll mostly appreciate if ignoring the violence and the strangeness would be helpful to have a satisfying experience than knowing the basic fact and fate. (B+)
(Full review coming soon - with better wording probably)