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The Highwaymen

If the old truism is right that villains make the most interesting characters, then John Lee Hancock's The Highwaymen faces a particularly steep challenge in telling the story of the notorious Depression-era criminals Bonnie and Clyde through the lens of the lawmen who spent five months pursuing them across nine states. This is particularly tricky material as a movie because the characters of Bonnie and Clyde have not only been already depicted, but cinematically enshrined in the charismatic teaming of Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway at their glamorous best in Bonnie and Clyde (1967), Arthur Penn's seminal game-changer ... Read More

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