Bonnie and Clyde (1967)

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Directed By Arthur Penn Arthur Penn Starring Warren Beatty Warren Beatty  •  Faye Dunaway Faye Dunaway  •  Michael J. Pollard Michael J. Pollard  •  Gene Hackman Gene Hackman  •  Estelle Parsons Estelle Parsons Genres Drama  •  Based-on-a-True-Story  •  Biopic  •  Crime Drama  •  Crime  •  Drama  •  Girls-with-Guns  •  New Hollywood  •  Road Movie  •  Romance  •  True Crime Studios &
Academy Award Nominated  •  National Film Registry  •  AFI's 100 Years...100 Thrills  •  AFI's 100 Years...100 Passions  •  Academy Award Best Picture Nominated  •  They Shoot Pictures, Don't They?  •  1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die  •  Roger Ebert's Great Movies  •  Academy Award Best Cinematography Winning  •  AFI's 100 Years...100 Movies 10th Anniversary Edition  •  Warner Bros.-Seven Arts  •  Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay Nominated  •  Elder's Film That Changed My Life  •  Spike Lee's Essential Film List  •  BAFTA Award for Best Film Nominated  •  Academy Award Best Cinematography Nominated  •  Time Out: London's 100 Best Romantic Movies  •  Time Out: New York's 50 Most Controversial Movies  •  1,000 Noir Films: They Shot Dark Pictures, Didn't They?
Release Info 1967-08-13T00:00:00Z August 13, 1967
Color  •  112 minutes R Rated R
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Kersey475 said on 6/9/2017

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60sCine on 3/10/2013 Reply  · 

I watched the documentary 'Easy Riders, Raging Bulls' and it stated that this movie appealed to the young generation of the 60s because of its portrayal of rebellion. It confused Hollywood that young people latched onto it and loved it. There were finally young filmmakers that lived and breathed sex, drugs and rock n roll whom more significantly changed Hollywood and reinvigorated it business wise with also being increasingly outspoken and artistic. Warren was great, Faye was amazing and Gene was incredible as always. The new Hollywood mentality had arrived for the moment but then, unfortunately, faded away after spectacle had re-graced film screens.

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JC13 on 3/10/2015 Reply  · 

My 1000th movie. Certainly not a bad one for the landmark. I really enjoyed it.

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Rforn on 1/9/2024 Reply  · 

Was probably great in it's time but not sure it aged well

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