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Stealing, Cheating, Killing. Who said romance is dead?
Time Out: London's 100 Best Romantic Movies
September 10, 1993
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Patricia Arquette was the lead actress in this film, but receives no credit here.
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The climax is unbelievably amazing.
Brad Pitt in his finest role. Floyd!
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The Best romance movie i have ever seen!
If it wasn't for Pulp Fiction this would be my favorite movie of all time.
Such a great film! It has one of the greatest casts ever assembled. I can't help, but feel it would have been even better in Tarantino's hands though.
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It's good. I loved all the small roles from like Dennis Hopper, Christopher Walken, Gary Oldman and Brad Pitt.
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Extremely overrated. Such a great cast and most of them were wasted. Quite literally. Obviously to try to draw more people to see the film. Arquette was great. Never was a fan of Slater. Horrible direction. I cannot believe Hans Zimmer scored this movie. Take a shot every time that grating, simplistic song plays during the movie.