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Amber Heard Interview: Why Is The Media Still Supporting Her?

Isn’t it time for the mainstream media to stop supporting Amber Heard? A month after a jury found Heard defamed Johnny Depp with her ghost-written Washington Post op-ed, Heard is still getting a platform to continue. The actress who cannot stop reminding people she was in “Aquaman” is not done defa…

Johnny Depp Vs. Amber Heard: Why Is The Media So Pro-Heard?

(The opinions expressed herein are that of the author.) If one thing is clear at this point in Johnny Depp versus Amber Heard, it is that the media got it wrong while handling Heard’s allegations against Depp. So, why do they refuse to admit it? As social media continues collecting evidence in Depp…

2nd Guest Spot on War Machine vs. War Horse: Johnny Depp Edition

I recently had the pleasure of once again guesting on the fantastic movie-centric podcast, War Machine vs. War Horse. If you are a movie fan in search of a podcast filled with hilarious banter and a thought provoking examination of film, this is the podcast for you. In each episode, the show opens…

Let's Discuss: Johnny Depp And His Career

It’s hard to pinpoint where it all began. Some could argue it’s been building since Johnny Depp, a prominent art house darling transitioned from the heart of indie film to the star of Disney tent poles. After a showbiz career spanning more than 30 years, Depp has recently found himself amid a highly critical media storm.

Movie Review: 'Mortdecai' (2015)

Crazy, kooky and ferociously goofy, Johnny Depp’s latest is a send-up to the 70’s caper movies and the genre that parodied them. Striking a similar if distant cord to “The Pink Panther”, “Mortdecai” features a bungling lead character whose charm lies in being larger than life. The situations are over the top, the characters zany to the hilt and the laughs more frequent than anticipated.

Movie Review: 'Into the Woods' (2014)

Journeying to a dark place of magic, characters find something tragic. A Baker and his wife try to end their childless strife. Cinderella avoids her pompous fellow, as disastrous glitches plague a witch’s sinister wishes. Now that we have the rhyming portion of this review out of the way, it’s time…

Top 20 Remaining Movies of 2014 | The Complete List

#20: Gone Girl Ever since the announcement that Gillian Flynn’s best-seller would be getting the adaptation treatment, there have been expectations. When it was announced thriller maestro David Fincher would be taking the helm those expectations were only heightened. “Gone Girl” possesses all of t…

Top 20 Remaining Movies of 2014 | Part 4: #5 - #1

#5: Unbroken Angelina Jolie’s much-anticipated biopic of Olympic runner and World War II POW, Louis Zamperini (Jack O’Connell) tells the incredible true story of his harrowing ordeal. Already facing a somewhat ambivalent awards reaction so far, “Unbroken” now faces the embrace of audiences. The subj…