An alluring and gritty look at an amazing and glitzy period of criminal history.
The ideal movie to fold some laundry to.
A repackaging of previously available material and an underwhelming Blu-ray disc. Great anniversary present.
Johnny Depp and Christian Bale face off in director Michael Mann’s 1930s biographical crime drama Public Enemies.
Make room for forgotten dramas, classic (unintentional comedies), and B-Westerns galore.
An unapologetic same-sex retro-noir homage to the gangster genre, with over-the-top performances and lots of kissing.
Although there isn’t a single solitary incident based on fact, it’s still damn good fun.