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Special Features

Disc 1:; Larger Than Life: Adversaries Johnny Depp and Christian Bale face off as the legendary Dillinger and Purvis; Feature commentary with director Michael Mann; Disc 2:; Michael Mann: Making Public Enemies see Michael Mann work with his cast, including Johnny Depp and Christian Bale; On Dillinger's trail: The real locations
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/8/2009
  • UPC: 025192044755
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  • Source: Universal Studios
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen & Full Frame
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English, Español, Français
  • Time: 2:20:00
  • Format: DVD

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Public Enemies - Disc 1
1. Prison Break [7:20]
2. Running From the Law [5:30]
3. Making Money [7:28]
4. Billie [5:34]
5. Modern Methods [5:40]
6. You're With Me Now [5:10]
7. Giving the Slip [5:29]
8. Sending for Backup [5:45]
9. Behind Bars [5:26]
10. The People's Hero [7:26]
11. Busting out [7:35]
12. Bad for Business [4:30]
13. Times Change [2:34]
14. Let 'Em Have It! [6:21]
15. What if? [12:03]
16. Captured [7:04]
17. Inside Information [7:18]
18. What's the Score? [5:02]
19. Bye Bye Blackbird [5:15]
20. End Titles [12:52]
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Disc #1 -- Public Enemies - Disc 1
   Play
   Scenes
   Bonus
      Larger Than Life: Adversaries
      Feature Commentary With Director Michael Mann: On
      Feature Commentary With Director Michael Mann: Off
   Setup
      Spoken Language
         English
         Español
         Français
         DVS (Descriptive Video Service)
         Feature Commentary With Director Michael Mann
      Subtitles
         English SDH
         Español
         Français
         Subtitles: Off
Disc #2 -- Public Enemies - Disc 2 / Bonus Disc
   Bonus
      Michael Mann: Making Public Enemies
      Last of the Legendary Outlaws
      On Dillinger's Trail: The Real Locations
      Criminal Technology
   Setup
      Subtitles: English SDH
      Subtitles: Español
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: Off
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    Manhattan Melodrama

    I sat last night discussing this film with an old friend of mine who had just gotten around to seeing this movie. Both of us are born & raised New Englanders which probally accounts for his love of all things Godfather - Goodfella - Soprano, and also would account for my over-all distain for this same material. I have had 50 years of hearing too much of the actual horrors that Hollywood has turned into "cool sh*t". Though I did enjoy The Departed, The Boondock Saints & even the russian Eastern Promises....I guess maybe "Sinn Fein" works better for me these days than "Cosa Nostra".

    Anyway, this movie really clicks on all cylinders. The attempted accuracy was much appreciated. Visually it was very well done...watch for "Baby" Face Nelson's (literal) last breath. The audio was on par with "Private Ryan" and should really give the viewer a much more accurate & thunderous appreciation for just how far early law enforcement had to come to do battle against the Thompson's and BAR's that these bank robbers brought to the "dance".

    Mr. Depp again proved his incredible acting versatility. Long ago he has proven his ability to pull off "gonzo", it was nice to see him settle back into something like this and excell just as well. Christian Bale was solid as his "enemy" Melvin Purvis, and ironically both my friend and I agreed that the most intersting and powerful performance was displayed by someone who wasn't around all that much, and when they were didn't have all that much to say....the Texas Ranger (who talks with the girlfriend at the end).

    So, if you have grown up on the east coast, maybe the north east coast, maybe near a city like Boston or Providence, maybe had your fill of "families" like the Patriaca's, then grab this flick and settle in for some mid-western early American crime history.

    I would also highly recommend Bonnie & Clyde, The Untouchables, and Road to Perdition....and maybe even The Shawshank Redemption...a little different, but truly an excellant picture of another side of crime during the depression. Enjoy!

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Flash! Dillinger and Nelson rob again.

    It is a retelling of a familiar piece of American lore. Set in the economic stagnance of the Great Depression, "Public Enemies" delivers a new look and feel to a decades old story of bank robbers and the lawmen who pursued them. This Michael Mann directed film is led by the completely convincing performance of Johnny Depp as John Dillinger. This version of the Dillinger story is as close to the real events as one can get in the confines of a two-hour motion picture. There is also a subdued quality to this film that makes it seem as though they are the real events unfolding. The dialogue is softer and the lighting is much more natural than you may be accustomed. And that is exactly how this subtle picture sneaks up on you while you watch. What it is not, and impressively so, is the kitchy gangster movies of old, replete with snappy, machine gun-like banter and more comedy than content. If you think that you need such as movie, I'll recommend that you look into "Johnny Dangerously," which is an excellent example of a 1930's parody film. "Public Enemies" is ten strides beyond the cliche' gangster flick. This is a stylish movie without being overtly slick like "The Untouchables," which was a great actors-type film, but the parts were larger-than-life at times. "Public Enemies" boasts of less-is-more acting styles and photography that lure us in like watching Barbara Walters do a one-on-one interview: It's all very subtle and then you're hooked. So was I. Well done, folks.

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