Bonnie & Clyde: Justified
is a video starring
Eric Roberts, Ashley Hayes, and Jim Poole.
In Depression Era America, Bonnie Parker met Clyde Barrow over a cup of hot chocolate and it was love at first sight. Their violent courtship took them through bank robberies, prison and a ...
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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 ... See full summary »
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 »
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 »
In Depression Era America, Bonnie Parker met Clyde Barrow over a cup of hot chocolate and it was love at first sight. Their violent courtship took them through bank robberies, prison and a multi-state crime spree, securing their place in History as America's most notorious couple. Using Bonnie Parker's own letters to Clyde, Bonnie & Clyde: Justified takes you through their story from love at first sight to their inevitable, violent end.Written by
Not since Pippi Longstockings have a sat through a more dreadful movie. HORRID. Sad because the two lead actors have potential to do some very good work. I've seen high school plays in rural North Dakota that had more of a budget than this movie. The same quarter mile stretch of road used over and over again from different angles. Prop guns were horrible, you could see the plugs in the barrels half the time, the other half of the time they were so clearly stage props they looked like they were stolen from a college theater department. The "special effects" of gunfire and bullets supposedly striking objects were so sad. I love the scene with the prison super imposed on a mountain range....laughable if it weren't so sad. Monster power line towers also visible in a number of scenes...in one, it is almost like the camera man realized it and just panned the camera slightly to get it out of frame. Last but certainly not least, the opening scene suggests that the story was taking place in Louisiana and it was clearly a totally different climate and geography...looked like California. Repetitive use of "antiqued" photos of the actors and different buildings that were so obviously "movie set" buildings....stop me or I'll go on forever.
Don't waste your time...but if there is an agent out there, a producer with some juice and a director worth his or her salt...snatch up these two lead actors and give them a little mentoring.
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