‘Bandit’ review: This Flying Bandit never leaves the ground

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The Seattle Times

“No one’s born bad.” “Bandit,” opening with these words, wants you to know early that in the debate between nature and nurture, the film chooses the latter. A career criminal is more than the sum of his crimes, “Bandit” hammers again and again, even if said man goes to an American prison for wire fraud, escapes said prison, flees to Canada and then proceeds to commit dozens of bank heists over a three-year period, all while lying to those closest to him and generally reveling in the adrenaline of a crime well executed. You can see how the words don’t quite match the deeds, a disparity that pla…

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