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Everything is stunningly photographed by John Mathieson, but to paraphrase Gertrude Stein, a cockroach is a cockroach is a cockroach.
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A film overgrown with so many directorial flourishes that the heroes need machetes to hack their way to within view of the audience.
None of it adds up to terribly much beyond a rip-roaring adventure that shows off Carlyle and Miller as cynical British city cousins of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
Watchable in a facile, trashy way. Unfortunately, most of the movie is mired in sludge, slime, mud, blood, and studiously dank cinematography.
The plunk-ing of a rap/disco soundtrack onto a movie about debtors' prisons and 18th century British highwaymen?
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