Based on the true story of Clyde Barrow, a charismatic convicted armed robber who sweeps Bonnie Parker, an impressionable, petite, small-town waitress, off her feet, and the two embark on ...
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A British spin on the story of two of America's best known bank robbers, Bonnie and Clyde, a pair who captured the imaginations of a nation disillusioned by financial crisis. This is the ... See full summary »
The real Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were even more compelling and profound than the iconic characters of the classic Hollywood film. They lived their lives amid rural poverty during the... See full summary »
Dixie Lee Sedgwick,
Bonnie Parker is estranged from her husband while still only just barely eighteen. Clyde Barrow, a handsome charmer who is in love with Bonnie, is a small-time thief, 'borrowing' cars to ... See full summary »
During the Depression, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow meet and fall in love over a cup of hot chocolate. Their violent courtship leads to bank robberies, prison and a multi-state crime spree, securing their place in history.
Based on the true story of Clyde Barrow, a charismatic convicted armed robber who sweeps Bonnie Parker, an impressionable, petite, small-town waitress, off her feet, and the two embark on one one of most infamous bank-robbing sprees in history.Written by
In the scene where Bonnie and Clyde come back for Buck, a close-up of Clyde reveals that the Ford Model A has a modern dash with a column shift overdrive automatic transmission; which would have replaced the original 3 speed manual which the car would have been originally equipped with. See more »
What a joke. They may have gotten the vehicles and clothing right for the era but that's where the realism ends. A disclaimer stating that this is a fictional account of the short lives of Bonnie & Clyde should have been part of the introduction. The actress, Holliday Grainger, playing the role of Bonnie Parker, missed completely. She looked more like a young "Jackie O" then Bonnie Parker; also, her English accent seemed to mask her attempt to carry the southern drawl needed to carry the part. As for Emile Hirsch, playing the part of Clyde Barrow; this was missed-cast. He acted more like a Leonardo DiCaprio want-a-be then Clyde Barrow. (Sorry for the comparison Leonardo). Emile, don't quit your day job.
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