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Overshadowed by the daunting comparisons.
written by BrodiesGirl June 10, 2003 - 8:49 PM PDT
3 out of 3 members found this review helpful
Entertaining little movie that is very ovrshadowed by Natural Born Killers, which was released a few months prior. Also, this is a little bit before everyone and their dad were making Tarantino rip-offs, even though I believe the box even lists Tarantino flicks and NBK as a comparable selling point.

While influenced by those movies, this one doesn't take itself as seriously. Yes, it's a lovers on the lam movie. Zellweger (in one of her more interesting roles, I think) and Gil Bellows are the trailer park convenience store robbing lovers in question and Rory Cochrane is the psycho ex-partner along with police and loan sharks that are hot on their trail. Filled with quirky characters (Peter Fonda makes a hilarious turn as Zelwegger's burned-out voicebox-less hippie dad) and an awesome soundtrack, this is definitely worth a rental.


(Average 6.19)
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