A mousy governess who softens the heart of her employer soon discovers that he's hiding a terrible secret.
Despite the financial difficulties of the Depression era, the Barrow gang always dressed to impress.
The police think they have finally caught the infamous Bonnie and Clyde but the couple won't go down without a fight. Instead of surrendering, the gang starts a shootout they narrowly escape, in this scene from Bonnie & Clyde, Part 2.
Decades later, Bonnie's and Clyde's tale of love, adventure and rebellion has earned them a lasting legacy in popular culture.
Mia Wasikowska ("Alice in Wonderland") and Michael Fassbender ("Inglourious Basterds") star in the romantic drama based on Charlotte Bronte's classic novel, from acclaimed director Cary Fukunaga ("Sin Nombre"). In the story, Jane Eyre flees Thornfield House, where she works as a governess for wealthy Edward Rochester. As she reflects upon the people and emotions that have defined her, it is clear that the isolated and imposing residence - and Mr. Rochester's coldness - have sorely tested the young woman's resilience, forged years earlier when she was orphaned. She must now act decisively to secure her own future and come to terms with the past that haunts her, and the terrible secret that Mr. Rochester is hiding and that she has uncovered...
After years of chasing them, police finally catch up to Bonnie and Clyde. But instead of arresting the infamous bank robbers, they have more gruesome intentions in mind, in this scene from Bonnie & Clyde, Part 2.
Bonnie and Clyde are pulled over in a routine traffic stop that turns bloody when the officers realize who they are, in this scene from Bonnie & Clyde, Part 2.
Like Romeo and Juliet, Bonnie and Clyde pursued a passionate, ill-fated romance that could only end in tragedy.
While visiting Clyde (Emile Hirsch) in jail, Bonnie (Holliday Grainger) slips him a gun and helps plan his escape, in this scene from Bonnie & Clyde, Part 1.
From Clyde's impoverished background to Bonnie's opinion on cigars, the cast shares the most surprising things they learned while filming Bonnie and Clyde.
As a ruthless Pope Alexander clings desperately to power, he must rely on Cesare to exact revenge on his enemies and secure the family legacy. But Cesare is hell bent on his own ascension at any cost -- leading to an epic father-son struggle with Lucrezia as the reluctant pawn.
Sarah Hyland plays Blanche Barrow, Clyde's sister-in-law who reluctantly joins the fugitive Barrow gang to support her beloved husband, Buck.
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