By Eva Medoff, May 18th, 2010
This movie isn’t exactly obscure, but we still feel it managed to slip under the radar and didn’t receive all the accolades it deserved. First of all, it’s a Michael Mann film, so you can expect large, beautiful expanses of Midwest America. Second of all, it stars the superb Johnny Depp as his childhood hero, John Dillinger, and the aforementioned Marion Cotillard as his main squeeze. Throw in some thrilling historical detail (not entirely accurate—if you’d like accuracy, we suggest you read the book, which is equally fabulous) and some gorgeous 30s styling, and you’ve got a biopic we could watch over and over again.