Bonnie and Clyde (1967).

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Question Bonnie and Clyde (1967).

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What do you think of this movie now in 2020? A lot of facts have come out about these two historical figures.

The movie to me looks more like mythology than history in 2020.
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I watched Bonnie & Clyde again last year, and from that same era I would rather watch again Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. I don't think B&C has held up as well. Plus the fact those two actors have appeared in three of my all-time favorite movies.

Warren Beatty in the 1978 film Heaven Can Wait directed by himself and Buck Henry. I just love that movie can watch it anytime. It's got sports, it got great supporting acting by Jack Warden, Charles Grodin, Dyan Cannon and Vincent Gardenia. You've even got some football, NFL style.

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Faye Dunaway as Evelyn Mulwray in Chinatown is my all-time favorite flick. It's got a great story, it's old LA film style and scenery and it has mystery and intrigue. Jack Nicholson at his best.

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Just on the edge of my top 10 is Network with a great cast. Faye Dunaway again plays her part well, but no one can forget the line "I'm Mad as Hell and I'm not going to Take it Anymore" shouted out by Peter Finch playing the deranged newsman Howard Beale. I even use the screen name Howard Beale on a couple of message boards.

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