Bruce Willis and Billy Bob Thornton team up again as bank robbers in the new film by Barry Levinson called "Bandits". I found this film to be pretty refreshing, and the amount of human comedy in this film made the time go by pretty fast. There was some serious chuckles in this film, and the audience (mainly over 25 years of age) had a good time with not only the Willis and Thornton characters, but also Cate Blanchette's character, and a wannabe stunt man who doubles as the get-away driver in the bank robberies. The main 3 actors, Willis, Thornton, and Blanchette, all deliver very good performances, and seem to just be having a great time with their roles in this docu-comedy. Thornton does get plenty of humor from his character's quirks. If you like any of these actors, you'll enjoy their work in this film, it's just pretty zany, just not Zucker-zany. And the best part is that a lot of the laughs are not given away in the trailer for this film. And I found the conclusion very satisfying. Barry Levinson sprinkles this film with his deft direction, and most of it pays off throughout the film. I rate it 3.5 stars, or a grade of A-.