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OK, it IS a Robert Altman film, and he just doesn't make bad films.
Great performances from Shelley Duvall and Keith Carradine dominate this gangster film that's much more interested in the two young lovers than in bullets or blood.
One clever element that Altman provides is using radio broadcasts of the period to bring the movie into sociological perspective.
Indispensable 70s Altman work, this time deconstructing the gangster genre. Minimizing the importance of plot and emphasizing character and setting instead, Altman gets fantastic... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Metatron
I work for a lady who plays a character in this movie. I bought it for her and we loved watching it together.Published 3 months ago by Judith D Runyon
If there's any such thing as a "typical" Altman film from a certain period, this would be it. I watched this back to back with "McCabe & Mrs. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Berigan Taylor
Excellent transaction. Excellent condition. Perfect all around. A great item at a fantastic price. Words cannot describe my experience on Amazon as of late. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Loralie Wilson
OK, it IS a Robert Altman film, and he just doesn't make bad films. I expected a little more old-time gangster action. It moves a little more slowly that what I wanted. Read morePublished 16 months ago by John
This movie has an interesting story line but acting could have been better. Film location was great for this movie.Published 19 months ago by Robert J. Bailey
I bought this DVD because I live in Mississippi, where the story takes place, and having seen the movie previously, I wanted my own copy. Read morePublished 20 months ago by John R. Mallernee
I'd seen this film for sale at a large retailer many times . I almost pulled the trigger several times . I'm going to get a copy now that I've seen it . Read morePublished on November 16, 2012 by Hammer + Jazz
I teetered between 4 and 5 stars on this. A gentle, slow, and moving study of some none-too-bright bank robbers in the 1930s. Read morePublished on August 2, 2012 by K. Gordon