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Fruity Bev

My favorite line, Dennis Wilson listening to the carburetor: "I don't like the way she's breathing." Just that, in a long stretch of empty. "I don't like the way she's breathing."

steve mowrey

This film never gets old. It's badass & funfunfun. Thanks for the cool review, Kim. The Reader

Bill in Chi-Town

just got my Criterion edition in the mail ..sold off my old anchor bay tin to buy this one..well worth it

mpgomatic

Two Lane Blacktop holds a spot in the all-time top five road movies list ... but only for those who have a deep appreciation for kar kulture. I saw it on the big screen, back in the day. While the ending might be trivialized through today's methods of digital delivery, it was true whoa moment in auditorium for anyone that's ever run a film projector.

amchornetgirl

Superb review. I love this movie...in fact, my band sampled the "Make it three yards..." line on our CD!

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