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TOPIC: Depp Vs Heard
#200432
Green Man

Depp Vs Heard 1 Week, 6 Days ago  
Talk about tit for tat. This couple sounds like a couple you get from the council estate near by. Both are mediocre actors that's just being generous.

Only things the Hollywood elite care about is money, their egos, publicity and staying relevant.

The lawyers must be loving this - not forgetting books and TV movie could be on the table. $$$$$$
 
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#200434
wyot

Re:Depp Vs Heard 1 Week, 6 Days ago  
I'm sure they care about more than ego and money GM; in Depp's case alcohol appears to be another aspect of life he cares a lot about....

I think he is a pretty decent actor; he takes varied and interesting roles. Great in Edward Scissorhands...
 
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#200436
Green Man

Re:Depp Vs Heard 1 Week, 6 Days ago  
wyot wrote:
I'm sure they care about more than ego and money GM; in Depp's case alcohol appears to be another aspect of life he cares a lot about....

I think he is a pretty decent actor; he takes varied and interesting roles. Great in Edward Scissorhands...


For someone to get help with a drinking problem is either change social circles and get the right help and stick with it.

George Jones got straightened up because Waylon Jennings could see the destruction he was doing to himself. Now if Waylon says you're over doing it then your over doing it

In my opinion actors shouldn't marry other actors.

Edward Scissorhands was terrible in my opinion. Ryder was so overacting her performance.
 
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#200437
Barney

Re:Depp Vs Heard 1 Week, 6 Days ago  
Credit where it's due - JD brought the Pirate movies to legendary status. From a box office point of view, as well as special effects and new thinking/methodology.

Bruckheimer was a major factor - but JD made the franchise. With (at least) two more movies to go; these will be made simultaneously - making 7 in total.

Revenues run into the billions - for the 5 movies so far. And they're great fun. So too is Captain Jack Sparrow - a new Long John Silver/Treasure Island pirate bloke.


Who - unlike some on here - doesn't take life too seriously. JD or Jack Sparrow won't be winning many Oscars...



 
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#200439
wyot

Re:Depp Vs Heard 1 Week, 6 Days ago  
I do feel like the "baby" on this site some days. I keep having to google people; in this case George Jones and Weylon Jennings!!
 
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#200440
Green Man

Re:Depp Vs Heard 1 Week, 6 Days ago  
wyot wrote:
I do feel like the "baby" on this site some days. I keep having to google people; in this case George Jones and Weylon Jennings!!

I'm only in my 40s, but travelling across North America helped me with pop culture.

I gave up watching the Pirates of the Caribbean after 15 mins. I don't think it was purely Depp but excellent marketing by Disney that made the franchise a success.

Look at Dick Tracy film from 1990 horrible actings by Madonna but was huge success.

Michael Keaton will always be my favourite Batman, Keaton won me over again when I saw Pacific Heights.
 
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#200444
Barney

Re:Depp Vs Heard 1 Week, 6 Days ago  
Keaton's best movie, by some margin, was Spotlight (2015) - which won 100+ awards and nominations, including Oscars.

Telling the true story of the Boston Globe's investigation into systematic child abuse by Catholic clergy in the local diocese.

And how the church went to extraordinary lengths to conceal the activities of its employees - whilst secretly paying hush money to victims.


 
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#200448
Green Man

Re:Depp Vs Heard 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
Barney wrote:
Keaton's best movie, by some margin, was Spotlight (2015) - which won 100+ awards and nominations, including Oscars.

Telling the true story of the Boston Globe's investigation into systematic child abuse by Catholic clergy in the local diocese.

And how the church went to extraordinary lengths to conceal the activities of its employees - whilst secretly paying hush money to victims.




I never heard of that movie, I'm not a film buff but I have to watch that.

Thank you.
 
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#200485
hedda

Re:Depp Vs Heard 1 Week, 4 Days ago  
Best story in town at the moment.

far more interesting than that yawn inducing Keyne and Kardashian mob.
 
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#200504
Honey

Re:Depp Vs Heard 1 Week, 4 Days ago  
Barney wrote:
Keaton's best movie, by some margin, was Spotlight (2015) - which won 100+ awards and nominations, including Oscars.

Telling the true story of the Boston Globe's investigation into systematic child abuse by Catholic clergy in the local diocese.

And how the church went to extraordinary lengths to conceal the activities of its employees - whilst secretly paying hush money to victims.




I know that there was quite a lot of child abuse, Barney, but "secretly paying hush money" can also be interpreted as " being blackmailed".
 
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#200521
Barney

Re:Depp Vs Heard 1 Week, 4 Days ago  
Yes, this Oscar winning movie clearly showed the church's efforts to cover up the widespread abuse - in the Boston Diocese.

And when The Globe published the stories, the architect - Cardinal Bernard Law - was spirited away to Vatican City

This was to gain immunity from prosecution in the US. As the Vatican - an independent state - has no extradition arrangements with the US, or anywhere else.


For many years - instead of being made accountable for Boston - Law held a highly prestigious Vatican position, and often attended functions at the American Embassy in Rome.



 
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