Two-Lane Blacktop

Two-Lane Blacktop

Director: Monte Hellman Cast: James Taylor, Warren Oates, Laurie Bird
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Two-Lane Blacktop 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
KubrickerJM More than 1 year ago
Stoner cold classic! More people should know and appreciate this film and its director Monte Hellman. James Taylor is the sole surviving cast member! So is B&N going the same way Borders went? Pissed to've bought their Nook Color two years ago, now they're selling the HD one for a fraction what I paid!!! 
Guest More than 1 year ago
Released in 1971 ''Two Lane Blacktop'' stars Singer/Songwriter James Taylor as ''The Driver'', Beach Boys Drummer Dennis Wilson as ''The Mechanic'' and Warren Oates as ''GTO''. Taylor and Wilson are driving a souped up 1955 Chevy with a 454 block and are constantly being taunted by Warren Oates in his 1970 Pontiac GTO as the two are driving from California to the East Coast. Finally Oates takes up on Taylor and Wilson's idea to run for pink slips. Their final destination is Washington D.C.. Also starring in the movie is Laurie Bird as a hippy with no place to go - a wanderer. So she decides to hitch a ride with the 55 Chevy. Throughout the movie you've got stops in small towns with hotels, drive-ins, bars, and a drag strip among other things. The film also has a bit of humor thrown in with Oates picking up everyone from an old man, a guy from Texas, a old lady and a little girl as well as an environmentalist type and a gay cowboy. This movie although excellent, unfortunately doesn't quite give one the all out thrill that ''Vanishing Point'' (also released in 1971) gave audiences with it's all out cross country car chases. Nonetheless, this is a movie worth owning if you enjoy those type of movies as I do. Highly Recommneded!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
slow and stoney. terrific.
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