Buffalo '66 vs. Pierrot le fou



Pierrot le fou is one of the most visually attractive movies I can readily recall and Anna Karina is lovely. But some stretches are kind of tedious. Christina Ricci is quite alluring in Buffalo '66. It may be perhaps her most alluring cinematic representation. Also, Buffalo '66 is more consistently entertaining, without the frustrating scenes that seem to go nowhere that Pierrot le fou is guilty of. Christina Ricci's character seems sort of needy and empty-headed, and Vincent Gallo's is a bit of an idiot, but they still are likable enough. With Pierrot le fou, it's hard to relate to most of it because there's no real story to follow.