The best movie I have ever seen is "Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid".
While the film chronicles the colorful last days of the infamous title pair of Old West outlaws, it makes it clear that their kind is a rapidly dying breed. This cinematic masterpiece, released in 1969, co-stars screen legends Paul Newman and Robert Redford, and is brilliantly directed by George Roy Hill. It is a gripping tale of two wayward yet complicated men, disguised as a Western. The music, composed and conducted by Burt Bacharach and featuring the classic hit song “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head” performed by B.J. Thomas, is uniformly exceptional. And the fetching Katherine Ross is outstanding in a crucial supporting role.
I have seen "Butch Cassidy" several times in the theatre, on TV and now on DVD as a permanent fixture among my personal collection. And I will enjoy it on many more occasions, including introducing it to my three sons. After all, gotta keep the fire stoked for the best!