The Hunger Games return with such a sequel twist that you can't believe writer Suzanne Collins didn't think of film when writing. Catching Fire builds up with all types of subversive messaging which is interesting but also brings into relief the limitations of the genre and film.
Cormac McCarthy’s bones and Ridley Scott's style do not make The Counselor something more than an interesting curiosity. A film that seems destined more to be remembered as that move where Cameron Diaz does that thing with the car than anything else.
John Dillinger was a notorious bank robber in the 1930's.
John Dillinger was famous american bank robber during the Depression in the early 1930's, in his time he robbed two dozen banks and four police stations. He was killed on July 22, 1934 in Chicago, Illinois by Special Melvin Purvis of the FBI.
John Dillinger starts off as a simple thief, is sent to prison where he meets his future gang and plots a series of bank robberies.
Baby Face Nelson (1957)
Leo Gordon played John Dillinger alongside Mickey Rooney as 'Baby Face" Nelson.
The FBI Story (1959)
Scott Peters briefly plays John Dillinger in an uncredited role.
Dillinger and his gang are portrayed in a more sympathetic light, much like 1967's Bonnie and Clyde. He was portrayed by Warren Oates.
Public Enemies (2009)
As the number of banks he robs increases, John Dillinger (Johnny Depp) is named Public Enemy Number One and is pursued by Melvin Purvis (Christian Bale)-an agent of J. Edgar Hoover's newly formed Federal Bureau of Investigation. Purvis and a group of Special Agents fly to Wisconsin to ambush Dillinger at the Little Bohemia Lodge in Manitowish waters. Dillinger and Red Hamilton escape but are separated from Baby Face Nelson in the process. Two agents pursue Dillinger and Hamilton through the woods, and Hamilton is fatally injured.