The big thrill in the four-hour cable TV movie “Bonnie and Clyde” is the epilogue which features newsreel footage of the funeral for the notorious Depression era pair (40,000 attended Clyde Barrow’s and 50,000 Bonnie Parker’s). Also shown is the newsreel is the bullet riddled car where the couple met their violent demise.
The locales and costumes are noteworthy and Holliday Grainger and Emile Hersch are believable in the leads, but it’s not worth four hours (50 minutes of commercials). We also learned that the two had visions; for Clyde it was a white house and for Bonnie it was an acting or dancing career. Poor girl was born too early. She could have been swingin’ and swayin’ with Jack Osbourne on DWTS 80 years later.