The 5: Criminal Couples of Film
This Week on the 5: Cinematic Criminal Couples
If you’re fearful of losing the passion in your relationship, try committing a few crimes. For these couples, criminal behavior is an aphrodisiac. In no particular order, here are five movie couples with uniquely passionate romances.
- Mickey and Mallory, Natural Born Killers. Woody Harrelson and Juliet Lewis play this criminal couple to perfection. Mass-murders in love who kill just for the thrill of it.
- Walter and Phyllis, Double Indemnity. Fred MacMurray and Barbara Stanwyck. Insurance investigator Walter (Fred MacMurray) could catch a fraud a million miles away until he met and fell for Phyllis (Barbara Stanwyck), a passionate woman who wants her husband dead so she can collect his life insurance money.
- Dennis and Sue Anne, Pretty Poison. A post-Psycho Anthony Perkins plays Dennis, a former mental patient who is unleashed on the world. When he convinces all-American sweet, innocent Sue Anne (played by Tuesday Weld) to sabotage the chemical company he works at, things quickly turn deadly.
- Kit and Holly, Badlands. Martin Sheen and Sissy Spacek play Holly and sociopath Kit. She’s lovestruck. His main thrill in life is committing murder, and they embark on a horrific killing spree.
- Bonnie and Clyde, Bonnie and Clyde. Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty bring these two to life. They’re young. They’re beautiful. And they kill people.
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Criminal Lovers (Les amants criminels (Original title), Alice (Natacha Régnier) and Luc (Jérémie Renier).
the wet bandits. not only did they rob houses around christmas but they left the water running insuring house floods AND higher water bills. ruthless.
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