(Spoiler Alert: the clip above reveals the movie’s ending.)
Just a couple of outlaws trying to find the next big score? Nah. The 1969 classic Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid is more about having your buddy’s back than it is about the infamous Hole in the Wall Gang. Whether they’re riding together on a single horse or taking a trip down to Bolivia, Butch (Paul Newman) and Sundance (Robert Redford) are never very far apart. They fight over a woman, they evade the law, they rob banks and trains. But mostly they seduce the audience with their clever and affectionate banter. Even today, the image of one naturally conjures up the other. Apparently, Newman and Redford felt the chemistry too, because they made another hugely successful buddy flick — The Sting — just four years later.