Crime • R • 2009 • 2 hr 20 min
A good historical piece. Although not to sure of it's realism. The FBI always get there man.
Yet another great historical action drama. With great acting and plot .
1 of the more intriguing period crime stories, I've seen, ever! Not enough 2 make want 2 own a DVD copy, but a film I'd enjoy again on TV.👍
this movie has some JANKY camera work…but there’s enough here to enjoy to make it a fun watch.
Slightly lackluster fpr a gangster film but has some interesting scenes.
Pretty good cast, amazing shootouts but man, does it drag on..
Historically accurate enough, good action scenes, all stars casting, go into this blind for maximum effect and the story will keep you in!
Public Enemies delivered a gripping storyline and stellar performances.
Mann basically remade Heat, but in a different time period. But Heat’s a great film, and this continues its greatness.
Good movie with great actors but a plot just a bit too boring
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