The Micheal Mann film about Dillinger. I saw this way back when it first came out, and was underwhelmed. I guess I was expecting something more akin to a Scorsese flick, and left the theater a little disappointed. Thought it was boring, and rather uninspired. Oh', but that Micheal Mann slow burn. Checked it out on a whim today, and I was wrong. Dead wrong. This flick is great. It's more of a character study, than a straight up gangster flick, and that might have been what turned me off the first time. The film is rich in it's psychology of it's subject(s), and isn't too concerned with glamorizing his exploits. One of those films that ages gracefully, and shouldn't be judged upon a single viewing. What did y'all think? I think I would initially score this flick about a 6/10. Now though, I'd bump that fucker up to about an 8/10, maybe even a 9. Great flick.