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11 Crappiest Movies of Johnny Depp’s Career

By Agent Bedhead | Seriously Random Lists | May 9, 2012 | Comments ()

Alice in Wonderland: Look, Johnny and Tim Burton can't always hit a home run. This movie was merely a visual porn festival without much regard to what was going on within the actual substance of the tale.


Chocolat: Yes, a lot of people instantly warmed up to this romantic dramedy. I was not one of those people.


The Tourist: With this movie, the assumed formula was "2 A+ stars = awesomeness." Unfortunately, they forgot about the script.


Blow: This movie was the point were "activist" Johnny began to get on my nerves. It's amazing how he could justify playing the instigator of such drug-related violence in the U.S. and still be able to reconcile the role within himself. But you know, fuck The Man.


Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides: We've been through this before, mates. Hot mermaids be damned, there was no excuse for this fourth movie's storyline.


Sleepy Hollow: Naturally, this movie was visually spectacular but didn't bring anything new to the table in regard to the subject matter's legend.


From Hell: Johnny's horrific English was only the starting point for this historical misfire of a movie.


The Astronaut's Wife: Impregnation by alien! Or something like that. What a waste.


Nick of Time: This movie tried to evoke shades of Alfred Hitchcock but failed miserably.


Freddy's Dead - The Final Nightmare: Remember how awesome it was to watch Johnny get turned into tomato puree in A Nightmare on Elm Street? That was nothing like this movie.


The Rum Diary: Instead of being fun like Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, this movie was a boring and completely self-indulgent mess.


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