Dillinger and Capone

Dillinger and Capone

In 1934, J. Edgar Hoover and the boys made headlines for mowing down John Dillinger in a hail of bullets outside Chicago's Biograph theater. But in fact, according to this Jon Purdy gangster thriller, the Feds iced Dillinger's brother. Fast-forward five years, when mobster kingpin Al Capone (F. Murray Abraham) gives the real Dillinger (Martin Sheen) an offer he can't refuse: rob millions from a secluded vault or watch his wife and child get whacked.

July 22, 1934 - outside Chicago's Biograph Theater, a barrage of FBI bullets brings down John Dillinger. As the body of Public Enemy Number one crumbles to the ground, one of the strangest,... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dillinger and Capone torrent reviews

Tim S (jp) wrote: I shouldn't even give this movie attention by reviewing it, but I guess it can't be helped. Dick Figures: The Movie is based on the successful web series. There's little for me to say because I just don't have the gumption to talk about what's bad about this movie, because everything is bad. The only good thing I can say about it is that it's staged pretty well, and things are in focus. That's about it. Everything else is just garbage. For the record, I'd never even heard of the web series this was based on, so I have no frame of reference. But if this is how the series plays, then count me out of it. I've got better things to do than watch this trash. An utter waste of time. Skippable, easily.

James C (fr) wrote: Take Shelter tells the story of a loving husband, father, and brother while he descends into unexplainable madness. He must figure out whether the visions he's experiencing are fragments of his imagination or apocalyptic warnings meant to prepare him for the incoming storm. Jeff Nichols tells this story with such tension, such attention for detail, and such artistic vision. Starting off slowly, the audience gets acquainted to Curtis and his family, while standing witness to the first horrific visions that plague the loving father. I don't really know how exactly this film manages to pull it off, but I certainly could feel myself, while staring at the screen, grow paranoid alongside Curtis. It is never really clear until the very end if Curtis is actually descending into madness or if his frightening visions have truth to them. The tension is built slowly but surely and as the film progresses and the madness grows stronger, so do the outstanding performances. I would not be over exaggerating by saying that Michael Shannons performance in perfect harmony to the ever brilliant Jessica Chastain, is undoubtedly one of the best on screen performances of the past few years. These characters are played with such devotion and passion, it's nearly impossible to not be able to understand the feelings that they go through. This film will certainly be remember as a milestone in filmmaking. Partly because of the degree of artistic openness Jeff Nichols presents onto his audience. Partly for the outstanding acting we were honored to witness, and lastly for the overlaying message that no matter how deep you may spiral into madness, the warmth of your loved ones will always be able to shine a light through the darkness. Jeff Nichols, with his fantastic eye for cinematic wizardry undoubtedly set the bar extremely high for any future thriller trying to step into its footsteps.

Paul K (au) wrote: This movie is worth watching for the realization that societies change a great deal over a couple generations' time, and its useful to be shocked at what used to be taken for granted. Its also worth considering how shocked we might be a decade or two down the road by things we have been taking for granted, such as a ban on serving openly in the military based on sexual preferences. The sets are stage-like and some of the lines, like the characters, are delivered with great effort and brevity, as they might be on a stage. This adds to the sense of unreality, of the breach between the fantasy-like appearance of things and the dark undertones.

Noah Abraham G (au) wrote: Remarkably stupid, "Saving Silverman" is actually pretty funny most of the time, thanks to Steve Zahn and Jack Black. Maybe it's because I'm sensitive to that sort of thing, but the theme of losing your best friend really connected with me.

Kenneth S (br) wrote: It was scarier when I saw it in high school. The acting is terrible...maybe I'll read the book.

Paul H (es) wrote: A great un-noticed feel good film!

Bill B (gb) wrote: The best move to make when you're the last surviving pocket of humanity would be to take in a strange woman who has been exposed to the gargoyle creatures that roam the planet's surface, right? I mean, there's no way there could be anything wrong with her, right?Another Roger Corman produced Alien rip-off, this was an okay way to kill an evening, but won't be for all tastes.Rental?

Edgar C (br) wrote: Yes, Scorsese starts to show off with musical grandiloquence but who are we to entirely blame him? Cinema has always been a passion of his, and remember: he was just getting started. Enjoyable copy of a theater.80/100

Charlie M (fr) wrote: A man takes his girlfriend to Vegas to get married but he essentially loses her to a shark in a poker bet. In order to pay off the debt, his fiancee must spend the weekend with the gambling shark (James Caan). This comedy is definitely different and not for all tastes, but at its core, is a simple entertaining comedy that's worth a look.

Leo M (ag) wrote: Great casting! Everyone did an amazing job and this was written very well. This movie is to be appreciated for its great story telling. Political thrillers are tough sells usually, however, nothing but the truth very believable as there is much truth in it.

Daniel G (br) wrote: "It is about two people whose lives and behaviours are affected by a complex parasite-without knowing it-that has a three-stage life cycle in which it passes from humans to pigs to orchids. A man and woman are drawn together, entangled in the life cycle of an ageless organism. Identity becomes an illusion as they struggle to assemble the loose fragments of wrecked lives."

Nicki M (nl) wrote: Very small movie, but I liked it a lot. It doesn't drag at all and Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen are convincing as best friends. I'm surprised by the low ratings, but at the same time, I can see how it's not a story that would interest everyone. It's pretty much a coming of age story about two young girls and some of the bad choices a young girl can make.

Juli N (us) wrote: This is NOT one of those films that's so bad it's good! It's just plain BAD!