"Why don't you take your money, shove it up your ass, and set fire to it."
"Commendable notion, Sheriff."
Wow. I really didn't appreciate this when I was 16. Then again, some films just need returning back to. Essentially, this is a long form death of a bygone era. Much like The Wild Bunch, only not as bombastic. The Wild Bunch is a violent sudden demise, while Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid is a slow-burn journey towards dying. Either way, it's melancholic with Bob Dylan giving the film a unique score. An added bonus is James Coburn insulting and hitting people.
"To those few that have the courage to drop out and find themselves, may God be with you and take you through Utah, avoiding Nevada completely."
Again, filmmaking in 80s comedies was just better. More often, to be specific. This is really funny, with some great awkward, cringe humor. Strangely, the shooting style reminded me of Paris, Texas. Which is cool.
"Reckless...pfff....Reckless my brown bean ass!"
This is a weird one. On the one hand, the whole thing is essentially a big joke. It's an action movie with (coffee?) beans as your main characters. On the other hand, the movie takes itself weirdly seriously, hitting all the hitman-action movie clichés. There are sparse amounts of goofball jokes and cartoon sound fx. The ragdoll physics might just be my favorite. Overall though, it is admirable that basically one guy made this. And…