Films: Top 5 Johnny Depp Films and Mortdecai Trailer

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With the recent release of the Mortdecai trailer, I wanted to talk about it. I am a massive fan of Johnny Depp, you may’ve realised this with my blogs on Johnny Depp quotes and The Tourist, and this trailer only fuels that. I thought that Mortdecai was going to be some morbid, dark film but rather it looks like it’s going to be a brilliant piece of comedic gold. Not only does it have Depp in it, it also has some other favourites of mine, Paul Bettany and Ewan McGregor.

Following this I want to recommend some films too, so here are my personal Top 5 Johnny Depp films (please take into consideration the ratings of these films to see if they are appropriate for you):

  • Sleepy Hollow (1999) – Starring alongside Christina Ricci, Johnny Depp plays Constable Ichabod Crane who is sent to the small town of Sleepy Hollow to investigate a series of decapitations. It becomes clear from the beginning that these murders have been mysteriously committed by the enigmatic Headless Horseman.

 

  • Pirates of the Carribbean (2003 – 2017) – Starring alongside Geoffrey Rush, Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightly in the first three films and Penelope Cruz and Ian McShane in the most recent, Johnny Depp is well known for his role as the somewhat crazy, eccentric pirate, Captain Jack Sparrow. It has also been announced that POTC5 will be released in 2017.

 

  • The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (2009) – Although Johnny didn’t have a huge role, I did love the part he did as one of the many versions of Doctor Parnassus, and this was a genuinely good film albeit incredibly random and strange. It also had an incredible cast including Heath Ledger, Jude Law, Andrew Garfield, Lily Cole and Colin Farrell.

 

  • The Lone Ranger (2013) – Starring alongside Armie Hammer, Johnny’s Tonto is brilliant. The relationship and onscreen chemistry with Armie is so good. It was only recently that I watched this film for the first time and I absolutely loved it!

  • Chocolat (2000) – Although Johnny, again, didn’t have a main role, his role was very good. I love this film about a mother and daughter who move and open a chocolate shop in rural France. This is met with much negativity on various occasions but eventually they win the trust and hearts of their neighbours.

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P.S. Bonus Top 6: The Tourist. I recommended this a couple weeks back, read here.

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