The Highwaymen

The Highwaymen

Let me match this Kevin Costner with woody Harrelson playing Texas Rangers and they will track down the infamous Bonnie and Clyde and how is it going? All film fans in the film version are invited to write another film review with me. Maybe Rock Rock makes you the king of rock music, and I’m your host for the movie critique show on my Mick Rock. It’s a Netflix movie, but it’s called “The Highwayman.”

The Highwayman, Kevin Costner, and Woody Harrelson sift through the journey of these two retired Texas Rangers to try to bring down the infamous and elusive Bonnie and Clyde they are heading into. I knew what to expect because I was looking for the trailer for it, and it looked pretty good and had a real mess of actors, so this movie has the potential for me to cater to what might possibly be great movie here ‘I wish I did I could say that this movie is great, but I do not get it right. However, this is a really good movie.

This is a pretty decent movie to watch. There are things that I like about it, but there are also things that I do not really like, so let’s start breaking it all down, starting with the positive aspects. The best part of The Highwaymen are the performances of Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson, who were both really good at this movie and they were more than capable in their respective roles. They have really good chemistry with each other.

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Their jokes felt very natural, as they enjoy each other talking about things like age and things that really make up the quality of acting I wear this movie on my shoulders I actually felt like Kevin Costner’s character, where he has this dark past with the hunt for criminals, and that’s what drew him that he was, shot many times and you can see that it really costs a tribute of hi and as for Woody’s Kurt Taylor character, he’s a bit drunk, he has a bad relationship with his daughter and son-in-law. I like the movie in its way, knowing what its character is and what its character type is and the way this movie uses the characteristics of Bonnie and Clyde.

I liked the way they presented, assuming they are not so much in the movie, and we barely see them. See that the film is not really about them. In the background, they were, represented more symbolically. We see them in a different light than the other characters to capture the grace and elegance that did a great job. The movie makes them larger-than-life opponents for the retired Rangers, which gave the film much curiosity, and there are a few exciting moments that left me on the verge of my first place in the opening where there is a jailbreak sequence as well as one in the final.

The last act of this movie was alarming and tense, as it is a climactic final and I felt the nope for myself On the positive side, the look from top to bottom and the production design are fantastic. The scenery and landscapes were all impressive just to draw you into this time and the world that created them as a viewer, and while capturing that moody, menacing, gloomy atmosphere, like a hellish or lofty mood, some things are lacking in depth of character, as well as the pace Costner is currently in, and Harrison was able to amplify the emotional beats of other characters.

I do not think they stretched just enough to reach their full potential. These are two top-class actors, but they have a lack of depth of motivation in the texts, which the dialogue has not made. ‘I do almost enough to build the story between them and the man himself fully, and as a viewer, I did not feel like I would learn what I need to learn to connect with them. He was not so profoundly developed, as it was possible.

Oh, meeting the dramatic intensity of the movie the movie wanted did not examine Costner’s character in the best possible way, and with Harrison’s style, the Dink plunged deep into what was already said about him, the nature Developing in this movie was actually quite overwhelming, now I can see that parts of it were trying to come out, but it never entirely comes out and the tempo in this movie suffers especially in the middle, but it’s growing towards the end But it’s mostly pretty dull, do not get me wrong.

I think the Slow Burn effect works in this movie and sometimes, but it’s been slow for me, there’s a lot of silence, and there’s a lot of driving scenes going from point A to point B, and I think that shortening the runtime by about five or ten bands would not hurt the movie as a whole. Overall, The Highwayman was a good movie for which he is not outstanding. Any track, but it’s not that bad either.

They have an excellent history with actors putting the film in the right place at the right time. The graphics are first class, but the pace is bad, and the characters are not as well written as they could have been in the script. It could have been narrower, but I wish I had enjoyed this movie a lot more, so I give that one Hijacker 67 out of 100 If you’ve seen this movie, what did you think about it, you feel free If you’d like to leave these comments in the comments section below.


  1. Watched this yesterday Darren, it’s a slow burn to an intense finaly , really enjoyed this film , looks beautiful !

  2. I want to to thank you for this great read!! I certainly enjoyed every bit of it.
    I have got you book marked to look at new stuff you post…

  3. I live 20 minutes from where they killed Bonnie and Clyde. They filmed in the same location to be as accurate as possible. Good job Netflix

  4. A movie that doesn’t glorify Bonnie and Clyde but pictures them for what they were : criminals. And with Woody Harrelson and Kevin Costner i’m in!


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