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Reviews Featuring Johnny Depp
This is a moderately successful drama with plenty of tension, which is worth watching if only to find out how it ends.
Swashbuckling good fun.
An entertaining film with something for all ages - and Johnny Depp's best ever performance
Gunfire and violence alone dont equate to a good story - its not funny, its not clever, its not sexy, and its not remotely interesting. It is one thing though complete rubbish.
Not for Nam-by pambies (Nam, geddit? As in VietNAM, you see? No? Oh, just forget it).
Far-fetched stuff, and you may well see the twist coming a mile off but its a guilty pleasure.
Discover the power of imagination with this enchanting tale of the original boy who never grew up.
A comedy-drama that gives you food for thought.
Its only thanks to Johnny Depp being Johnny Depp that Blow doesnt suck.
This is a fitting ending to one of cinema's best trilogies, which gives us all the characters and resolutions we needed and a whole bunch of Jack Sparrowliterally.
An average gangster biography that just doesnt leave enough for the heavyweights to play with.
Nowhere near as good as the first but still a fun time, this Pirates installment keeps the story moving and gives us all the stuff we want and expect, even if its not as new as it used to be.
Heath Ledger's final performance will bring this reasonable movie more attention than it probably deserves.
Tim Burton's rehash boasts a cast that lives up to its billing, a lavishly recreated Wonderland and lovely flashes of humour, it's just a shame that Alice in Wonderland is a little formulaic in the end.
Beautiful people, beautiful location, decent story and a few niggles.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Seriously That's Enough Now. No longer fun or original and a bit of a mess of competing egos and escalating but boring action sequences.
A dark tale with a couple of chuckes makes this more of the same from Tim Burton - master of the Gothic and of Helena Bonham Carter. Poorly put together and not all that funny, Dark Shadows in nonetheless an easy, fairly entertaining watch.