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Lewis & Clark & George (1997)

Two escaped convicts join forces with a seductive femme on the trail of a long-forgotten gold mine.

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Lewis
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Fred
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Reverend Red
Jerry Gardner ...
Yo-Yo Man
Richard Butterfield ...
Pickup Cowboy
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Waitress
Suzanne Mari ...
Nefertiti
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Blond Hooker
Holly Riddle Zuniga ...
Betty (as Holly Riddle)
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Two escaped convicts join forces with a seductive femme on the trail of a long-forgotten gold mine.

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George: He was right. You are stupid.
Clark: You talk?
George: Yeah.
Clark: Why didn't you talk before?
George: I'm not a verbal chick.
Clark: Lewis was right. After... shit!
George: And I'd stay and chat and all but I gotta get back on the road.
Clark: [Talking to Lewis's dead body] You were right buddy. It was stupid. I fucked up.
George: He was wrong about one thing.
Clark: Oh, whats that?
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Rollin On Out
Written by and Performed by Ben Vaughn
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Two Guys & a Girl
9 April 2001 | by See all my reviews

'Lewis & Clark & George' definately fits into a nitch- that of the black comedy road movie- but it does a good job of fulfilling the requirements of said nitch without becoming too generic. Rose McGowan is George, a gorgeous, deadly and mute young woman with a lot of tricks up her leopard-print sleeves. She has stolen a rare snake from a zoo, leaving her boyfriend to the devices of a mad bowler who proceeds to pursue her for the rest of the film. Not every character in this movie is a moron, as has been asserted. You can be pretty sure that George, at least, has a triple-digit I.Q. Lewis and Clark are a pair of escaped convicts, as different from each other as can be. Lewis is blond, illiterate, (it's a running joke that he keeps encountering and faking out other illiterate people,) and a cheerful murderer. Clark is dark-haired, a computer nerd, and would seem to have the sense of self-preservation Lewis lacks if not for the way he falls for George like a ton of bricks. They all share the desire to find a Mexican gold mine. There aren't any big mysteries here, except maybe how Rose managed to stay so pale shooting almost the whole movie in near-desert conditions. Fairly predictable things happen. It's a fairly predictable movie. Nonetheless, at least this predictable movie is fun while it lasts.


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