Biographical crime drama about John Dillinger and the authorities who tried to catch him.
An incredibly slow-build up and some inaudible dialogue mar what could have potentially been a fantastic gangster movie.
The performances are very good, particularly Johnny Depp and Marion Cotillard, while the period detail, photography and music score are also excellent.
The slow-boiling narrative might make a few minds switch off, but those who stick with it are rewarded with an intelligent cops and robbers thriller with moments of genuine brilliance and inventive style.
It trails in the wake of more seminal classics like The Godfather, but to better Coppola's classic would be a huge ask.