Director Gore Verbinski and Johnny Depp team up once again.
The Bounty, featured in “Pirates of the Caribbean,” is now a real-life ghost ship, tossed by the raging swells of Hurricane Sandy.
Get a first look at Johnny Depp in “The Lone Ranger.”
Tragedy hits the set of the new Johnny Depp-Disney project.
There are more film ideas dumped into a vats of acid than stray dogs in Puerto Rico. Could they have been mega-hits? We’ll never know, but it’s fun to hypothesize.
Johnny Depp narrates this exhausting but fascinating documentary about the influential American journalist and “complex walking monument to misbehavior.”
Gore Verbinski’s animated fable starring Johnny Depp as a stranded chameleon makes for one of the most unique and subversive Westerns of all time.
Get frisked by the 21 Jump Street reboot, habla espanol with Will Ferrell in Casa de mi Padre, get our of your mother’s basement and embrace your destiny with Jeff, Who Lives at Home and Adrien Brody gets you educated in Detachment.
It’s the holiday season, and with it (hopefully) comes vacation days during which you can go sledding, skiing or just stay at home and drink too much eggnog while watching Netflix. If you opt for the latter (and we certainly are), here are twenty movies that’ll fill you with the holiday spirit when the weather outside is frightful.
The adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson’s early novel is a likable and spirited pre-gonzo romp but ultimately too watered-down to truly “take the bastards down.”
October comes to a close with The Rum Diary, In Time, Like Crazy and Anonymous.
Why walk when you can take the train? There’s something mysterious, strange and sometimes downright terrifying about riding the rails — these train-themed films will take you to unexpected destinations, and the journeys en route are full of surprises. All aboard!
The big, loud and blustery set pieces, nifty creature effects (zombies! nekkid mermaids!) and the nimble antics of Captain Jack Sparrow make the fourth Pirates movie an enjoyable voyage, even if it won’t quite shiver your timbers.
This weekend’s releases are all about getting old or coming home: Disney gives us yet another Pirates (mis)adventure, Woody Allen deals with mortality through lovers in Paris, Iraq War veterans find a different war at home, and a wandering musician returns home to face the music.