Johnny Depp  (John Christopher Depp)  09/06/63  Owensboro, Kentucky, US
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Don Juan De Marco, could this possibly be the best Johnny Depp movie ever?  Why, yes, yes it could.

Don Juan De Marco, could this possibly be the best Johnny Depp movie ever? Why, yes, yes it could.

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johnny depp movie posters | ... Poster HD – Johnny Depp, John Turturro, Maria Bello | Movie Poster

johnny depp movie posters | ... Poster HD – Johnny Depp, John Turturro, Maria Bello | Movie Poster

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Benny & Joon (1993) Benny & Joon is a romantic comedy that seems like it shouldn't work, based on the unconventional premise alone. Mary Stuart Masterson plays the titular Joon, who is supported by her protective brother Benny (Aidan Quinn) and suffers from an undisclosed mental illness that is most likely schizophrenia. In exchange for losing a hand in poker, she's forced to give an opponent's relative, the eccentric Sam, played by Johnny Depp, a place to stay for a few days.

Benny & Joon (1993) Benny & Joon is a romantic comedy that seems like it shouldn't work, based on the unconventional premise alone. Mary Stuart Masterson plays the titular Joon, who is supported by her protective brother Benny (Aidan Quinn) and suffers from an undisclosed mental illness that is most likely schizophrenia. In exchange for losing a hand in poker, she's forced to give an opponent's relative, the eccentric Sam, played by Johnny Depp, a place to stay for a few days.

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Secret Window - terrible movie but has a special place in my heart!
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Blow (2001)  When choosing to portray characters adapted from true stories, Depp tends to lean toward the subversive, and his character in Blow certainly keeps with the trend.   Like Donnie Brasco, Blow takes place in the '70s, but this time Depp's character, George Jung, is firmly camped out on the wrong side of the law. Depp gives a fascinating portrayal as "Boston George".

Blow (2001) When choosing to portray characters adapted from true stories, Depp tends to lean toward the subversive, and his character in Blow certainly keeps with the trend. Like Donnie Brasco, Blow takes place in the '70s, but this time Depp's character, George Jung, is firmly camped out on the wrong side of the law. Depp gives a fascinating portrayal as "Boston George".

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