I preferred the principal half best. After the title arrangement, we become more acquainted with the focal characters, Seth and Richard Gekko (George Clooney and Tarantino). They’ve victimized a bank and left a trail of dead and injured (all toted up by a TV news journalist’s advanced massacre readout). Richard has helped Seth break out of jail, and now they’re setting out toward the Mexican outskirt with the bank plunder, and Richard, who is an out of control crazy, is impacting everybody in sight, including blameless onlookers.
Squatted in a scum bucket motel, they take prisoners: a previous Baptist priest (Harvey Keitel) and his youngsters (Juliette Lewis and Ernest Liu). The pastor has left the congregation after the demise of his better half, leaving an opening for another of Tarantino’s entries of philosophical discourse. Presently the clergyman and his children are traveling south in a manufactured home the Gekkos plan to cover up in while crossing the fringe.