Pretty much the entire true story of Bonnie and Clyde is what this movie is. During the Great Depression, Bonnie meets Clyde Barrow and it's love at first sight. Bonnie Parker was originally a waitress before she began a life of crime with bank, gas station, and house robbery. A small group called the Barrow gang is established, and it's fun enough to see them live their life not thinking about the police but rather enjoying their lives with romance and 1930 jokes, despite being surrounded, targeted by the law, and evading capture on very close calls several times. As the gang gets more and more infamous, the fun starts draining slowly and then tears are shed.
Now, this has been said to be the film that changed modern cinema, to be okay with murderers and gang violence. Trust me, as I said, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway are adorable and simply perfect as Bonnie and Clyde. What's also beautiful is the music, not rock but old Texas music if you ever heard it. I heard the scene when Clyde is chasing Bonnie through a cornfield, a cloud goes over them, and it wasn't animated. It was simply a coincidence. Even in today's standards, this movie has some pretty big violence and very witty drama that is more serious than usual. This movie, however, has final moments that are unproper, but that's how Bonnie and Clyde ended. I just wish it didn't happen in real life, so this is my first movie review that earns a grade when it's not even it's own fault. Like I said, I haven't seen it, but I just wish the filmmakers did something different, and you will, too. Either way, see this masterpiece of the 60's. Yee haw.