35PM (Not STV/UTV) More suited to Pretty Boy Floyd, Johnny Depp is 30s bank robber John Dillinger in a long, familiar story shot in scrappy fashion on hi-def video with a humourless script that's in awe of its subject.
What does PBF stand for?
PBF stands for Pretty Boy Floyd (Floyd Mayweather, boxer)
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Organizing his tales by subjects such as geography, migration, Indian history, treasure, outlaws, celebrities, and historical events (and including a spectrum of characters such as bank robber Pretty Boy Floyd, cowboy superstar Gene Autry, and folk singer Woodie Guthrie) Dary covers a broad array of Oklahoman tales in a simple, straightforward presentation with the feel of flipping through a small town newspaper's history column.
Who is a better boxer, Pretty Boy Floyd Mayweather or Manny Pacquiao?
Latest heart throb on the block Channing Tatum - Pretty Boy Floyd in Public Enemies - along with Marlon Wayans, Rachel Nichols and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje line up in the elite corps as the good guys, with Dennis Quaid doing his best steely jaw acting as their boss, General Hawk.
CRITIC: Gareth Harding, film and television graduate from Saltburn REVIEW: It's 1930s Chicago, the time of Al Capone, Bonnie and Clyde, and Pretty Boy Floyd.
Though John Dillinger (Johnny Depp) is the main character, and Baby Face Nelson (Stephen Graham) and Pretty Boy Floyd (Channing Tatum) show up, the title refers to Dillinger and his dogged pursuer, FBI agent Melvin Purvis (Christian Bale).
Bale's latest movie character, Melvin Purvis, joined the FBI in 1927 and led the manhunts that tracked such outlaws as Baby Face Nelson and Pretty Boy Floyd.
He has recently wrapped filming on Public Enemies, which promises to be the ultimate 1930s bandit epic, featuring the interlocking crime waves of John Dillinger (Johnny Depp), Pretty Boy Floyd (Channing Tatum), Baby Face Nelson (Stephen Graham) and Barker Gang associate Alvin Karpis (Giovanni Ribisi) over 18 heady and hectic months in 1933 and 1934.