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Watch Badlands Movie Online Streaming Megavideo HD for Free. Watch Badlands Movie Online Streaming Megashare Without Downloading "He wanted to die with me and I dreamed of being lost forever in his arms." A young couple goes on a Midwest crime spree in Terrence Malick's hypnotically assured debut feature, based on the 1950s Starkweather-Fugate murders. Fancying himself a rebel like James Dean, twentysomething Kit (Martin Sheen) takes off with teen baton-twirler Holly (Sissy Spacek) after shooting her father (Warren Oates) when he tries to split the pair up. Once bounty hunters discover their riverside hiding place, Kit and Holly head toward Saskatchewan, leaving dead bodies in their wake. As the law closes in, however, Holly gives herself up -- but Kit doesn't hold it against her, as he basks in his new status as a momentary folk hero. Inaugurating the use of voice-over narration that he would continue in Days of Heaven (1978) and The Thin Red Line (1998), Malick juxtaposes Holly's flat readings of her flowery romance-novel diary prose with the banal and surreal details of their journey. Singularly inarticulate with each other, Kit and Holly are more intrigued by mythic celebrity gestures, as Holly peruses her fan magazines and Kit commemorates key moments before orchestrating a properly dramatic capture for himself (complete with the right hat). The sublime visuals lend a dreamlike beauty to the couple's trip even as their actions are treated casually; Malick neither glamorizes Kit and Holly nor consigns them to the bloody end of their fame-fixated predecessors in Bonnie and Clyde (1967). With the couple's opaque dialogue and Holly's fanzine dream narration, Malick further denies an easy explanation for their crimes. Made for under 500,000 dollars, Badlands debuted at the 1973 New York Film Festival, along with Martin Scorsese's Mean Streets, and was released within months of two other outlaw-couple road movies, Steven Spielberg's The Sugarland Express and Robert Altman's Thieves Like Us. Although Badlands did not make an impression at the box office, its pictorial splendor and cool yet disquieting narrative established Malick as one of the most compelling artists to come out of early-'70s Hollywood. ~ Lucia Bozzola, Rovi
Release Date Badlands Jan 1, 1974 Wide
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Actors For Badlands

Martin Sheen,Sissy Spacek,Warren Oates,Alan Vint,Ramon Bieri,Gary Littlejohn,Terrence Malick,John Carter,Dona Baldwin,Ben Bravo,Charles Fitzpatrick,Howard Ragsdale,John Womack Jr.

Genres Badlands : Drama,Action & Adventure,Mystery & Suspense,Classics,Cult Movies

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User Ranting Badlands : 4
User Percentage For Badlands : 89 %
User Count Like for Badlands : 22,751
All Critics Ranting For Badlands : 8.9
All Critics Count For Badlands : 47
All Critics Percentage For Badlands : 98 %

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In the fall of 1973, one could see signposts of cinema's future in Mean Streets and The Exorcist, yet with this youthful pair of proto-indie dreamers, Malick was paving a whole new road. It turned out to be the path most traveled.
Joshua Rothkopf-Time Out New York

Days of Heaven put Terrence Malick's intuitions into cogent form, but this is where his art begins.
Dave Kehr-Chicago Reader

This first, magnificent, outpouring of the sporadic genius of cinema's equivalent to JD Salinger, Terrence Malick, still seems terrifically modern.
Wally Hammond-Time Out

Written, produced and directed by Terrence Malick, pic is his first feature and it's an impressive debut.
Variety Staff-Variety

Among the great American crime movies, 1973's Badlands stands alone.
Peter Stack-San Francisco Chronicle

This tender treatment does nothing to alleviate the horror of the atrocities committed.
Christopher Long-Movie Metropolis

It's a testament to Bruce Greenwood's acting that Adan never becomes entirely as insufferable as the words that come out of his mouth.
Tina Hassannia-Slant Magazine

Malick has come to be known and revered as a cinematic poet and philosopher, as a filmmaker who explores big ideas, but in Badlands in particular he also shows a knack for off-kilter humor.
Mark Pfeiffer-Reel Times: Reflections on Cinema

In his debut, Terrence Malick is an uncanny creator of pearlescent forms, a very stark balladeer, Mark Twain's coolly ferocious heir
Fernando F. Croce-CinePassion

Incredibly beautiful, of course (you may have heard that Malick movies are famous for their landscapes), but it's not "just" beautiful.
Tim Brayton-Antagony & Ecstasy

...the first of Malick's many screen Edens, all of which inevitably come to a violent end.
Josh Larsen-LarsenOnFilm

Malick's film, full of striking cutaways to the burning-sun horizon and the harsh landscape's solitary creatures, comes to operate at an overpoweringly chilling remove.
Nick Schager-Lessons of Darkness

The superb performances from Sheen and Spacek are as memorable as Malick's vision of something akin to hell.
Derek Malcolm-This is London

The unique, lilting music would subsequently crop up in True Romance, though Tarantino's generation has yet to dethrone Badlands as the most haunting of all couple-on-the-run movies.
-Total Film

An unmissable reissue for Terrence Malick's gorgeous and troubling debut.
Tim Robey-Daily Telegraph

Terrence Malick's thriller Badlands (1973), is rightly revered as one of the most astonishing debuts in cinema. Its reissue is a wonderful chance to discover why.
James Christopher-Times [UK]

Terrence Malick's first masterpiece. Essential viewing.
Leigh Singer-Film4

Achingly evocative of a time when Hollywood had the courage to invest in complex and morally ambiguous films and an indisputable masterpiece of American cinema.
Rob Fraser-Empire Magazine

Makes for classic, troubling yet fascinating cinema.
Urban Cinefile Critics-Urban Cinefile

Terrence Malick introduced his odd yet highly compelling filmmaking style in this 1973 feature.

Bonnie and Clyde without the Freud, but with a darker, more incomprehensible underbelly.
Dan Jardine-Cinemania

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