Public Enemies full trailer online in HD
The high definition trailer of Public Enemies is now online. What film you ask? Well it's the new film from Michael Mann which looks to the legendary 1930's bank robber and gang leader John Dillinger and the rise of the FBI under J. Edgar Hoover's control through the tracking and bringing to justice of the man and his gang.
The film promises a pretty epic story and with Michael Mann directing we're sure in for some style as well as substance. Then there's the amazing cast starring Johnny Depp, Christian Bale, Billy Crudup, Channing Tatum, Stephen Dorff, Emilie de Ravin, Marion Cotillard, Giovanni Ribisi, David Wenham, and on and on. This is definitely one to watch out for.
You can do more than watch out for it of course, here I have an embedded Flash version of the trailer, as well as links to the Quicktime versions including the high definition links.
Public Enemies tells the story of the bank robber John Dillinger, played by Johnny Depp, who, together with his gang which included such names as Baby Face Nelson played by Stephen Graham, Pretty Boy Floyd, played by Channing Tatum, and Alvin Karpis played by Giovanni Ribisi, robbed bank after bank, evaded the Police and the Bureau of Investigation and escaped capture again and again. However he was a revered character to his gang members, his girlfriend played by Marion Cotillard and the American public who cared little for the banks they were robbing after they plunged them into the financial crisis in the first place - Wait a minute, is this modern day?
J. Edgar Hoover, played by Billy Crudup, realised that this was a chance to make his Bureau of Investigation something special and perhaps get it recognised as a national police force – it later became the FBI – and so he pulled in his best man, Melvin Purvis, played by Christian Bale, who became known as the “Clark Gable of the FBI”, a young and talented agent who began an audacious plan to bring down Dillinger and his gang using entrapment, rolling over various criminal members, and a new team of hired lawmen.
Sounds good doesn't it? I'm totally hooked on the idea and I just can't wait to see what Michael Mann has given us, and looking at the trailer, Public Enemies looks like it could be one hell of a ride.
You can see the trailer over at Apple Trailers [P:S:M:L:480p:720p:1080p] or just below. I'd recommend the high definition version myself.