Bonnie and Clyde

At the 89th Academy Awards ceremony, Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty hosted the last part of the Oscars. For Best Picture as ‘Moonlight’ won. For the way they were, they were total legends long ago. Because this movie here, made them very famous for the most. They were the Bonnie and Clyde in this masterpiece from Warner Bros.

During the Great Depression, everyone in the U.S. lost everything. But it came to the rise of Bonnie and Clyde, as they began robbing banks, stealing cars, food, gas and clothing as they had three companions to bring along. Armed with revolvers, grenades and Thompson submachine guns, they became famous outlaws. From Texas to Oklahoma, they robbed almost $3,000 in cash.

Until finally, in just one booby trap, they were shot pretty hard in the end. For they were as dead as Dillinger.

Along with Warren and Faye, are Gene Hackman, Gene Wilder, Estelle Parsons, and Michael J. Pollard. They were amazing and spectacular in this. Before Gene Hackman and Gene Wilder were seen again, in “Young Frankenstein”. And for the way they robbed banks and took a lot of cash, they were better than those guys in “A Perfect World” and “Pulp Fiction”. For the way criminals can rob a lot and avoid the police.

So for a spectacular masterpiece, thanks to Warner Bros, I give this 9 and a half out of 10 stars. Great criminal movie, and how the way Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty were amazing in this. In fact, this was nominated for 10 Oscar awards including Best Picture. However, this only won two Oscar awards which is plenty. For Best Cinematography and Best Actress.

I would cherish this movie to be the best criminal movie ever, for as long as I live. In your face Clint Eastwood and Quentin Tarantino!! For Bonnie and Clyde shall be remembered as very famous criminals, as this masterpiece beats your criminal movies.

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