Thursday, December 11, 2008

Bonnie and Clyde

This film is a classic! It has been remade and the name re-used over and over. Each time it seems to bring its own individual excitement, whether it is the persons playing the roles or as rapper Jay Z made a song about it.
Bonnie Parker (Faye Dunaway) and Clyde Barrow (Warren Beatty) were two people that hooked up and began a string of robbing, killing, and kidnapping that stretched across the land. It seemed the more crimes they committed the more in attached they became with each other. It was a big old game they played. The more they killed, robbed, and conniving things they did the more invincible they felt. They loved the worldwide attention they were receiving and that thrived them to do more. They became feared by everyone and spared no one in their path. If someone was spared it was because they wanted that person to tell whoever that Bonnie and Clyde did the crime and no one was going to stop them.
I especially liked this movie because it had blood, crime, and love all in one. Although Bonnie had a man already she became attached to Clyde because her boyfriend was in jail. Bonnie liked the daring, live on the edge type of guy that Clyde had become. In the end, as we all no, this didn’t have a happy ending. But this type of ending was a good one for a movie like this. I feel Bonnie knew that but she didn’t care as she felt her life would be fulfilled being a household name.

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