Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid Movie Review

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Butch Cassidy and theSundance KidThis movie is about holding onto a friendship even when times get hard. The movie had many parts where all the main characters had were each other and though they may have been annoyed with each other at times, they stuck it through as friends and never let each other down. A scene that shows this really well is the scene where they arrive in Bolivia and Sundance is irritated to find that it is not like the place that Butch had described at all. This is a time where Sundance could have left with Etta and never talked to Butch again, but he stuck through it as a good friend always does. This shows how strong the bonds of friendship are in this movie and shows how it can affect their lives both negatively and positively.Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid was directed by George Roy Hill in October of 1969. Paul Newman and Robert Redford star in this modern western about two bank and train robbers who flee to Bolivia when the law gets too close. Katharine Ross also plays a big part in the movie as Sundance’s girlfriend who has a fling with Butch Cassidy. The movie is set in Wyoming and Bolivia in the 1900’s. This movie is rated PG for language, violence, alcohol usage, and brief suggested nudity.In the movie Butch and Sundance are in a gang of thieves who decide to stop robbing banks and start robbing Union Pacific Flyer trains. This ended up being a bad idea as they end up being chased across Wyoming by a group of trackers who had been hired by the train company to kill them. While being chased Butch comes up with many strategies to get the men off their trail but none of them work so they end up jumping off a cliff, picking up the girlfriend, and fleeing to...

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