Public Enemies -- FBI agent Melvin Purvis (Bale) sets his sights on American gangster John Dillinger (Depp) and others in an attempt to curb a rampant Chicago crime spree during the 1930s.
Primal Fear -- Clip: You know who I am?
Public Enemies -- 29th June 2009, London, Leicester Square: Red carpet interviews and clips
Public Enemies -- Clip: Dillinger reassures Billie at the race track
Public Enemies -- Clip: Chicago special screening six
Public Enemies -- ZuGuide.com - Trailer (Flash)
Primal Fear -- Clip: Not guilty
Public Enemies -- Clip: Dillinger tells Billie all she needs to know about him
Public Enemies -- Clip: Chicago special screening four
Public Enemies -- CineMagia.ro - Trailer (Flash)
Primal Fear -- Clip: I don't Care
Public Enemies -- Clip: Dillinger tells Billie he robs banks
From award-winning director Michael Mann (Heat, Collateral) comes the film inspired by one of the country’s most captivating and infamous outlaws — John Dillinger. Johnny Depp (Pirates of the Caribbean series) stars as the charismatic and elusive bank robber marked by the FBI as America’s first “Public Enemy Number One.” Academy Award®-winner Marion Cotillard (La Vie en Rose) plays Billie Frechette, the only woman capable of capturing his heart. Hunted relentlessly by top FBI agent Melvin Purvis (Christian Bale, The Dark Knight), Dillinger engages in an escalating game of outrunning and outgunning the FBI, culminating in an explosive legendary showdown. “It’s a landmark crime saga” (Peter Travers, Rolling Stone).
From award-winning director Michael Mann comes the film inspired by one of the country's most captivating and infamous outlaws - John Dillinger (played by Johnny Depp).
Filmmaker Michael Mann directs this adaptation of Brian Burrough's best-seller about famed government agent Melvin Purvis (Christian Bale) and his attempt to stop John Dillinger (Johnny Depp) and his gang. The 1930s-set drama depicts a lawless time in American history that made a stable of gangsters, of whom Dillinger was most notorious, front page celebrities. Efforts to thwart the high profile criminals led to the formation of what is now known as the FBI. The all-star cast also includes Marion Cotillard, Billy Crudup, Channing Tatum, and Lili Taylor.
"Serves up twist after twist." - Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times "Gere creates one of the best performances of his career." Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times. Guilty? Innocent? Those questions aren't for high-powered Chicago attorney Martin Vail (Richard Gere) to decide. His job is to defend - especially if a case will put his name in the headlines and further his career. When Vail hears that a penniless altar boy (Edward Norton) is accused of murdering the local archbishop, he snaps up the case, eager for the media spotlight. Little does he know that it will uncover a viper's nest of corruption, pit him against a prosecutor (Laura Linney) who's his ex-lover, and test all his skill, judgement and even his win-at-any-cost attitude.
Richard Gere stars as Martin Vail, a famed defense lawyer who volunteers his services to Aaron Stampler (Edward Norton), a Kentucky teenager charged with the murder of a Chicago archbishop.
Guilty? Innocent? Those questions aren't for high-powered Chicago attorney Martin Vail (Richard Gere) to decide. His job is to defend - especially if a case will put his name in the headlines and further his career. When Vail hears that a penniless altar boy (Edward Norton) is accused of murdering the local archbishop, he snaps up the case, eager for the media spotlight. Little does he know that it will uncover a viper's nest of corruption, pit him against a prosecutor (Laura Linney) who's his ex-lover, and test all his skill, judgment and even his win-at-any-cost attitude.
Tormented by the serial killer who took her mother's life, journalist Laura Nelson investigates the only clue he ever leaves behind at his crime scenes: his diary pages. References in the blood-soaked pages to Richard Ramirez, Jeffrey Dahmer and Ed Gein lead Laura to learn more than she ever wanted to know about the sick minds of these monsters and how this killer is paralleling his mentors. The closer she gets to finding him, the closer he gets to finding her. It's a cat-and-mouse game to the finish line.
Oscar-winner Holly Hunter ("Thirteen", "The Piano") and Oscar-nominee Sigourney Weaver ("Galaxy Quest", the "Alien" series) star in this taut, riveting psychological thriller. Weaver is a forensic expert on serial killers who suffers a breakdown after one of her subjects tries to kill her. Hunter is an ambitious cop who tries to draw the psychologist out of her self-imposed exile to help catch a murderer who is copying the work of other famous serial killers. Also starring singer Harry Connick, Jr. ("My Dog Skip", "The Iron Giant"), Dermot Mulroney ("My Best Friend's Wedding," "Point of No Return") and William McNamara ("Chasers", "Stag"). Variety calls this film "an upscale suspenser by virtue of its classy cast, its extremely bright characters and the chillingly intellectual approach of the murderer. The Hollywood Reporter calls it "a smart, expertly directed and acted thriller."
Tormented by the serial killer who took her mother's life, journalist LAURA NELSON investigates the only clue he ever leaves behind at his crime scenes: his diary pages.
Season 1 finale. Ray and Avi track down Eddie. Bunchy kicks Mickey out of his apartment. Ray leaks Sully's whereabouts to the press. Abby and the kids hide out at a swank Malibu resort.
Bunchy has a violent encounter. Ray is called to handle a crisis at Terry's club. Ray meets with Ezra. The police question Mickey about a recent murder. Ray sends Avi to protect Abby and the kids from Sully.
Ray and the family attend fight night at Terry's club. Meanwhile, Ray's plan with Sully is put into action. Mickey has a rendezvous. Bunchy encounters someone from his past, sending him into a tailspin.
Avi drives Sully (guest star James Woods) from Boston to Los Angeles. Conor wants to go to an awards show with Tommy Wheeler. Mickey works with Van to get incriminating evidence against Sean Walker.
Ray, Terry and Bunchy toast the anniversary of their sister Bridget's death. Frances shows up with a black eye and Terry goes after her husband. Ray and Avi get Bunchy's money back. Mickey meets a former starlet at a spa.
Ray forbids Bridget from seeing Marvin, but she visits him anyway. Meanwhile, Ray flies to Boston to search for Sully (guest star James Woods). Mickey manipulates Sean into working with him on a movie project.
Ray tries to shut down Van Miller's investigation by creating an incriminating video. Ezra is prepped for surgery, but he wanders off. Bunchy moves into his new house, but the housewarming party gets out control.
Ezra has an accident. Terry and Frances (Brooke Smith) grow closer. Bunchy receives his settlement check. Mickey visits Ezra to talk about the past. Ray and Avi learn some very unsettling news.
Ray, Abby and the kids visit Bel Air Academy, hoping Bridget (Kerris Dorsey) will get into the prestigious school. Mickey, Bunchy and Daryll (Pooch Hall) drive out to Palm Springs to visit Mickey's ex-girlfriend, Claudette.
Mickey spends time with Bunchy and Terry. Ray's mentor, Ezra Goldman (Elliott Gould), holds a fundraiser in honor of his late wife. Meanwhile, Mickey is approached by an FBI agent.
Ray activates a plan to send Mickey back to prison. Meanwhile, Abby defies Ray and spends the day with Mickey and the kids. Ray handles two crises involving movie star clients.
Series premiere. Ray Donovan (Liev Schreiber) is the man called in to solve the most difficult problems for LA's elite. Ray's life is thrown into turmoil when his father Mickey (Jon Voight) gets out of prison five years early.