What was the last movie you watched?

Barbaro

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I watched it last Sunday, @Calvin. It's a bit slow, but I actually enjoyed it. It is fresh to watch it from different perspective. The shooting at the end is as close as accurate. I have seen Bonnie and Clyde's Ford V8 at a casino/hotel in Primm, NV I used to stay at. It was weird to pass it on the way out or in of the hotel.
 
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Calvin

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I watched it last Sunday, @Calvin. It's a bit slow, but I actually enjoyed it. It is fresh to watch it from different perspective. The shooting at the end is as close as accurate. I have seen Bonnie and Clyde's Ford V8 at a casino/hotel in Primm, NV I used to stay at. It was weird to pass it on the way out or in of the hotel.
I think there is a few old movies about Bonnie and Clyde but I haven't seen the older movies yet. In this movie scene, after the ambush of Bonnie and Clyde, there was a mob gathering around the car when it was towed into the town. This criminal history is interesting to read in Google... the bullet riddled car that is displayed in hotel is called "Death car". I've thought it'd be better to be displayed in a museum but... in a hotel that'd be a weird to pass it each time you go in and out of hotel.
 

Barbaro

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I think there is a few old movies about Bonnie and Clyde but I haven't seen the older movies yet. In this movie scene, after the ambush of Bonnie and Clyde, there was a mob gathering around the car when it was towed into the town. This criminal history is interesting to read in Google... the bullet riddled car that is displayed in hotel is called "Death car". I've thought it'd be better to be displayed in a museum but... in a hotel that'd be a weird to pass it each time you go in and out of hotel.
I only saw the other movie- Warren Beatty/Faye Dunaway's Bonnie and Clyde has some of those accurate scenes except the shooting scene was completely different. Warren Beatty was never in the car. I learned something new else that TX Ranger's family sued the company that made a Warren Beatty/Faye Dunaway movie because the movie painted TX rangers as bad guys.

Right, that's what they call it Death Car. I agree with you on Ford V8 being in a museum. Very eerie.
 
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