The Legend of Butch & Sundance Reviews
[color=black]Along with the directing, I don't believe the writing was done too well. Not very memerable with the acception of one line when Sundance says "Sometimes you gotta stop looking at life and start living it." They could have done a lot more with word play...if you know what I mean. Maybe some sexual inuendoes between Butch and Sundance.
Butch and Sundance, who are played by David Rogers and Ryan Browning, are nothing but two pretty boys that are confused about their sexual orientation. At least thats what it looks like throughout the whole 1 hour and 26 minutes of play time. If you should decide to watch this movie, be prepared to cringe at the thought of Butch and Sundance passionately kissing every 20 minutes. Because there are several scenes where they gaze desperately into eachothers eyes and it leaves you wondering whether or not they will end up being together and just ditching Edna (the woman that they have both "fallen for" that apprently goes by the name of Rachelle Lefevre). It's the same as anyother movie you have seen lately about a love triangle.[/color]
[color=#000000]Honestly, I'm about sick of thinking about this movie. I can't believe I actually wasted my time watching it then writing this review. But, then again, I figured that i should give everyone a fair warning NOT to watch this autrocity.[/color]
[color=#000000]Cast: sub par could've been better.[/color]
[color=#000000]Camera work: meh, sub par.[/color]
[color=#000000]Plot: Interesting concept but not presented well.[/color]
[color=#000000]Visual effects: shooting sucked, seems to me whenever you shoot someone while chasing them. You always miss and hit the ground right behind them.[/color]