Based on the true story of an amoral misfit and the teenaged girl under his spell who murdered their way across the midwest in the 1950s.
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The Girl (Laurie Bird), her motivations obscure, joins The Driver (James Taylor) and The Mechanic (Dennis Wilson) while they're stopped at an Arizona diner in Two-Lane Blacktop 1971.
A dimly-lit drag race featuring The Driver (James Taylor), The Mechanic (Dennis Wilson) and intervention by the cops serves as the opening for director Monte Hellman's Two-Lane Blacktop, 1971.
After The Mechanic (Dennis Wilson) preps the car, The Driver (James Taylor) gets into his drag-race zone in the final scene from director Monte Hellman's Two-Lane Blacktop, 1971.
GTO (Warren Oates) picks up a hitcher headed for Amarillo (Bill Keller) and quickly doubles the amount of dialogue spoken in the opening 20-minutes of Two-Lane Blacktop, 1971.
GTO (Warren Oates) is singing along with Chuck Berry's Maybelline when he picks up a hitcher with sexual intentions (Harry Dean Stanton) in director Monte Hellman's Two-Lane Blacktop, 1971.
The Driver (James Taylor) collects The Girl (Laurie Bird), who was thinking about splitting, then offers her a driving lesson, leading to another philosophical discussion in Two-Lane Blacktop, 1971.
Holly (Sissy Spacek) resumes her narration when Kit (Martin Sheen) comes to visit, in their South Dakota hometown, in Terrence Malick's treatment of the Charles Starkweather crime spree, Badlands, 1972.
The Driver (James Taylor), The Mechanic (Dennis Wilson) and The Girl (Laurie Bird) have their first off-road encounter with GTO (Warren Oates) in director Monte Hellman's Two-Lane Blacktop, 1971.
Opening scenes, Holly (Sissy Spacek) narrating and twirling her baton, Kit (Martin Sheen) on the garbage crew, from Terrence Malick's Badlands, 1972, based on the Charles Starkweather killings.
Minnie Driver (Good Will Hunting) and Mary McCormack (Gun Shy) star as best friends who take on low-live thieves in this hilarious high-energy action-comedy. It all starts when Shannon (Drier), a nurse at a London emergency room, and Frances (McCormack), a struggling American actress, overhear bank robbers on a radio scanner making off with a fortune. They make contact and demand a cut of the loot. But when the stubborn felons refuse to hand over a penny and threaten their lives in return, the girls decide to raise the stakes and give the thugs a run for their money! Packed with daring heists, double-crossings, and high-speed hilarity, "High Heels and Low Lifes" is the most fun you can have this side of the law.
HIGH HEELS AND LOW LIFES is the outrageous comedy about two girlfriends who overhear a heist taking place in their London neighborhood. Their plan to blackmail the gang backfires, and they are pitched into the criminal world where events spiral out of control.
Outrageous comedy about two girlfriends who overhear a heist taking place in their London neighborhood. Their plan to blackmail the gang backfires, and they are pitched into the criminal world where events spiral out of control.
Freddy (Maurice Compte) has had a difficult life. Abandoned by his parents and trying to deal with a pregnant girlfriend, Freddy sets off on a journey to make things right that takes him across the United States.
Academy Award-nominee and Emmy and Golden Globe-winner Candice Bergen (TV's "Boston Legal," "The In-Laws") and Emmy and Golden Globe-nominee Jacqueline Bissett ("Day for Night," "Bullitt") portray two successful but different writers whose friendship spans 25 years, through college, marriage, and fame. Directed by Academy Award, Emmy and Golden Globe-winner George Cukor ("My Fair Lady," "The Philadelphia Story"). With Emmy-nominee Steven Hill (TV's "Law & Order," "The Firm"), Hart Bochner ("Die Hard") and Golden Globe-nominee Meg Ryan ("Sleepless in Seattle," "You've Got Mail").
Candice Bergen and Jacqueline Bissett portray two successful but different writers whose friendship spans 25 years, through college, marriage, and fame.
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