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(263936) 7.0 140 min 2009

Public Enemies is a movie starring Christian Bale, Johnny Depp, and Christian Stolte. The Feds try to take down notorious American gangsters John Dillinger, Baby Face Nelson and Pretty Boy Floyd during a booming crime wave in the...

Johnny Depp, Christian Stolte, Jason Clarke, Christian Bale
Biography, Drama, Crime
Michael Mann

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Biography, Drama, Crime
Director Michael Mann
Writer Bryan Burrough, Ronan Bennett, Michael Mann, Ann Biderman
Stars Johnny Depp, Christian Stolte, Jason Clarke, Christian Bale
Country Japan, USA
Also Known As Enemigos públicos, Verejní neprátelé, Državni neprijatelji, Visuomenes priešai, Dimosios kindynos, Wrogowie publiczni, Közellenségek, Ennemis publics, Populaarsed vaenlased, Halk Düsmanlari, Gangsteri, Ennemis Publics, Drzavni sovrazniki, Inamicii publici, Inimigos Públicos, Δημόσιος κίνδυνος, Nemico pubblico - Public Enemies
Runtime 2H 20M
Description The difficult 1930s is a time of robbers who knock over banks and other rich targets with alarming frequency. Of them, none is more notorious than John Dillinger, whose gang plies its trade with cunning efficiency against big businesses while leaving ordinary citizens alone. As Dillinger becomes a folk hero, FBI head J. Edger Hoover is determined to stop his ilk by assigning ace agent Melvin Purvis to hunt down Dillinger. As Purvis struggles with the manhunt's realities, Dillinger himself faces an ominous future with the loss of friends, dwindling options and a changing world of organized crime with no room for him.

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Wednesday, 07 Oct 2020 12:29

This film, as a modern retelling of the story of Custer and the Little Bighorn, does indeed do justice to the events. However, it is not accurate. The story, while being largely accurate, was far from it, which makes it a rather unwatchable film. I don't understand why they had to go so far as to have women who look more like pampered models and the like, with all the mannerisms and all. It was a travesty, and it was a major part of the film's downfall. I do understand the reasons for the end, but it's an absurd reason. The problem is that the film makers have tried to be too clever by half. They've presented the film as a story that Custer is able to see the evil of, even though he's only seen it in the dreams of his friends. The director also seems to think that Custer's knowledge of the terrible events is a necessary ingredient for the plot, and that Custer's character is so "perfect" that he can never be affected by it. While the idea is perfectly valid, and there's a lot of truth to it, it's not enough to make the film entertaining. Also, I did not understand why the Native Americans weren't depicted as cannibals, since the film shows them as such, and it's all part of the film. But then again, the Native Americans in the film are also far from being any kind of monsters. They're just the usual Native Americans that we all know and love, and it's a shame that they're reduced to mere props. While the film is entertaining, it's not very exciting. The script is funny, but the editing is amateurish, and the direction is underwhelming. In fact, the whole film is underwhelming. I can't recommend this film at all.
Friday, 21 Aug 2020 06:43

After the glorious success of Casino and the end of the Golden Era of American Crime Films, the American Film Institute (AFI) decided to recreate the same magic in the form of the film The Black Dahlia, and it was to be a resounding success. The movie is told from the point of view of the police Detective John Lennon (Tom Cruise), who is assigned to the case of a missing young girl, Florence Nightingale (Rene Russo), who went missing on the night of November 25th, 1926, while walking along the New York City waterfront. The detective spends his time in pursuit of the missing girl, but as the investigation of the case progresses, he starts to realize that the case may be much more than just an urban legend. Directed by Steven Soderbergh, the film stars the late Christopher Plummer, who is incredibly likable as Detective Lennon, and he is joined by other big name stars like Jon Voight, Cicely Tyson, and Rosanna Arquette. Soderbergh also directed the first three films of the series, and it is clear that he knows how to direct action, and he does not let the film suffer due to it. There are many memorable scenes in the movie, and even though it is a Hollywood movie, it is very entertaining and the film is an excellent portrayal of the rise and fall of the 1920s New York City in the guise of a 1930's crime thriller. The film is highly entertaining, and it has many memorable scenes. The performances are great, especially from Tom Cruise and Rene Russo. The supporting cast is also quite good, with Cicely Tyson, Rosanna Arquette, Jon Voight, Christopher Plummer, and many others, and it is obvious that Soderbergh had a lot of fun with this movie. The film is an enjoyable watch, and it is also very interesting to see the performances of the supporting cast. There is also a great deal of suspense in the film, and the film has some really interesting twists. The movie is very well made, and it is one of the best films of the 1980s, and it is an amazing film.

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