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    Johnny Depp is an actor that I enjoy in the interest of his eccentric,unique and skilled acting. Another concept that makes him enjoyable is how he plays his character very well whatever the role might be. When having a role in any movie he has no trouble adding his own unique vibes into his character, whether it be Captain Jack Sparrow in Pirates of Caribbean to Willy Wonka in Charlie in the Chocolate Factory or The Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland. My favorite performance of Johnny Depp would have to be Charlie in the Chocolate Factory all though it's one of the most frightening to me. The reasons it would be my favorite is because Willy Wonka, the character he plays, is very odd and unique and I feel as if Johnny was being himself. The…

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    Transcendence, An inspiring film presents an idea that many people contain. Grit arrays a person that portrays courage, a strength of character, and great amount of determination as well as presenting an inspirational characteristic. Used by Johnny Depp and Rebecca Hall, grit was presented in the film by explaining the mind and thoughts of artificial intelligence. Rebecca or in the film known as Evelyn Caster keeps determination for bringing Dr. Will Caster (Johnny Depp) into the world of…

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    is a sultry Johnny Depp and a bottle of Dior’s new Sauvage cologne (Sauvage, Dior). The way that Depp is presented in this ad only adds to the impact of the marketing. Both Depp and the cologne bottle is placed in the forefront of the scene making them the focal point. Depp is not dressed up as any of the outlandish characters he has played, but in all black and the usual gaudy jewelry he is known for. Penetratingly looking to the right, he stands with an air of confidence and seems to be…

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    Johnny Depp has a certain image among his fans and critics, the latter often think that actor/musician has a problem with alcohol but it's deceiving feeling. Alice Copper, the close friend of the Ninth Gate's star, insists that Johhny is a sober and disciplined person. Hollywood Vampires, a rock band where plays Johnny Depp, Alice Cooper and a couple of legendary musicians, is rather popular. This week, when another wave of accusing Depp on alcoholism risen, Alice Cooper stood up for the actor,…

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    Edward Scissorhands

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    Edward Scissorhands, a film directed by Tim Burton, is a gentle dive into a fantasy world that will leave viewers feeling haunted. Starring Johnny Depp as the scar-covered Edward, and Winona Ryder as the blonde cheerleader who he is immediately drawn to, the film takes viewers alongside Edward as he tries to adapt to a bright, pastel-covered cul-de-sac neighborhood. All 105 minutes of Edward Scissorhands is filled with relatable characters, a lovely musical score, and seamless acting; it is one…

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    Edward Scissorhands

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    The Gentle Man with Scissor Hands A small suburb neighborhood, shrouded by secrecy and gossip, is introduced to secluded man-made being who’s been cursed with piercing blades as hands. The story of Edward Scissorhands, directed by Tim Burton and starring Johnny Depp, amazes audiences, opens a world of the unknown, and illustrates the natural human emotion of love. From beginning to end, Edward Scissorhands features a quirky romantic comedy gelled with an unlikely protagonist that exemplifies…

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    Burton is married to Helena Bonham Carter, who is in many of Timothy's movies. She has been In Sweeney Todd, Alice in Wonderland, Alice through the looking glass, and Corpse Bride to name a few. Burton liked Johnny Depp in the movie 21 jump street, so he asked him to be in his movie Edward Scissorhands. In The movie, Depp played a loving monster.("Tim Burton." Biography.com. A&E Networks Television, 24 Oct. 2016. Web. 27 Jan. 2017.) Depp did such an amazing job, that Timothy asked him to…

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    In fact, Tim Burton said, “We talked about it for many years, but I think this is the first project that I ever remember for Johnny where he said that he wanted to play this ever since he was a little boy” (Huver). Johnny Depp also said this about the old TV series, “It was so classic, this sort of classic monster – like Fangoria magazine or that kind of thing” (Huver). This makes Dark Shadows (2012) an interesting movie because it was made on the basis of respect and enjoyment of the old TV…

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    Hunter Thompson Biography

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    Vegas in hope to search for this American Dream. This is book is called “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream” which was then rejected by Sports Illustrated, it soon was published in Rolling Stone that november, “I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they've always worked for me”. Then later on became known as one of Thompson best known work and was the published as a hardcover by Random House in 1972, also had…

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    Tim Burton Style Analysis & Technique Paper Since 1971, Tim Burton has directed over 30 memorable films which all had a very similar themes of fantasy, horror, dark, gothic and quirk like films. Some of his most commonly known films are, Edward Scissorhands (1990), Batman (1989) and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005). Burton has worked with many popular actors, such as Helena Bonham Carter and Johnny Depp. A large part of Tim Burton’s successful career came from working with Walt Disney,…

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