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Depp and Law together in Fantastic Beasts

Posted in Johnny Depp by Anna Maria Polidori on January 1, 2018

The actors collaborated together after the tragic death of Heath Ledger for completing  Parnassus . Now they are back together in Fantastic Beasts Sequel


In the sequel of Fantastic Beast: The Crimes of Grindelwald Jude Law plays the role of a young Albus Dumbledore
Johnny Depp plays the role of Grindelwald replacing Colin Farrell (with which he worked with in Parnassus.)
J.K.Rowling announced enthusiastically the entrance in scene of Depp: “We are genuinely happy to have Johnny playing a major character in the movies.”

Anna Maria Polidori


The message of Murder on the Orient Express

Posted in Johnny Depp by Anna Maria Polidori on December 24, 2017

Why is it so important Murder on the Orient Express and the message contained in this book and in the movie where Johnny Depp is part of?

The thematic of murder is not just seen through the perspective of a crime committed in this case against a baby in the past, but dynamically.

It is analyzed the possibility of a revenge after a certain amount of time and the legitimization of a murder when the crime committed  too inhuman and horrible for being forgiven or forgotten.

Suggestive book I am a real estimators of all works by Agatha Christie for the intensity of her stories and plots.

Christie loves to portraying claustrophobic situations where people are blocked or invited somewhere for maybe find death.

These stories presents more suspense and psychological knowledge of characters.


Enjoy the movie!

Anna Maria Polidori

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! everyone

Posted in Johnny Depp by Anna Maria Polidori on December 24, 2017

Merry Christmas  and Happy Holidays to all Johnny Depp’s Fans around the world, Johnny Depp and his family.

I am sorry I haven’t kept too updated Johnny’s blog  this year.

I promise you will hear from me about Murder on the Orient Express a book I adore by Agatha Christie where I see a great Johnny Depp!

Thanks to Lory for all the material you sent me. I saw that but from home I can’t use FB anymore.

Thanks to all my dear followers and readers in the world.


Anna Maria Polidori

Three Men and an Evening!

Posted in movies, Pirates 5 Dead men tell no tales by Anna Maria Polidori on November 20, 2017

31 years after Platoon Johnny Depp, Charlie Sheen and Kevin Dillon reunited this past summer

Last July a touching moment for Johnny Depp, Charlie Sheen and Kevin Dillon and reason for spending some time together.
Johnny Depp was very happy and cheerful and “in smoking mood”, relaxed and with the stunning look of the old times. So sexy! looking at this pic and with his terrific, seductive eyes we all know very well.
Sheen appeared surprised by the flash of the pic, Dillon very smiling!

The reunion because all these actors played a role in Platoon one of the most iconic movies realized about Vietnam’s war.
Platoon was directed by Oliver Stone.

Johnny Depp was Lerner the translator, Sheen Chris Taylor, Dillon soldier Bunny.

Great careers, I am a fan of Johnny Depp and Charlie Sheen that I know in particular for his role of Charlie Harper in Two Men and Half.

In a post time ago Sheen said he wants to be remembered for his work more than for anything else.
So…Let’s talk a bit of Two Men and Half for defining this actor. Charlie Sheen will pass at the History because of this very important and followed American TV series.

Charlie Sheen played in that TV series the main character Charlie Harper with Jon Cryer in the role of his brother Alan and Angus T.Jones in the role of Alan’s son, Jake. A successful TV series, loved and appreciated by Americans, the main story is this one.

These two men – and half, Jake, Alan’s son still toddler when the series started, – if at first sight appear completely different are ironically substantially equal and complementary in their psychological block unable to let them construct a good existence with a woman because of the big problematic developed thanks to the lack of attention, love and devotion of their mom Evelyn, their mom, more busy to working and spending her free time with men and women than not to growing up two psychologically healthy children!

Alan, the littlest one tried to do that: married two times he divorced two times. He left at the first wife his old house, deciding to ask for some help at his oldest and luckiest brother Charlie.

Charlie is rich, thanks to the creation of jingles and children’s songs. He loves to spend his spare time drinking too much, surrounded by a lot of girls. Charlie is very opened, captivating and so to him conquering a girl or a woman is like to drink a glass of water.
He is loved by Rose, his neighbor, a so romantic girl, but Charlie thinks she is like a cartoon although maybe secretly he loves her, or maybe just he doesn’t want to lose her. He has a waitress, Berta, a woman able to scare a dictator. Charlie hates with all himself his mom Evelyn, for the reasons I said before: this lady neglected to give love to her children with different results. And he openly tells that to her.
Alan tries all his best for being nice with his mom.
Alan, is a chiropractic, and maybe it is a life’s metaphor: trying to fix back’s problems, Alan would want also to try to fixing himself and the deviations his life has taken; he doesn’t drink, he doesn’t smoke, he read a lot, he speaks with researched words most of the time, but without that success Charlie has known and he feels constantly the comparison with him.
Charlie once grown-up became a successful man but an addicted. An addicted about alcohol, an addicted about girls, women, because of this lack of love during his childhood age. He searches for constant compensations.
Jake, Alan’s son is a junk-food addicted.

Charlie is an intelligent man. He hates hypocrisy and he loves to speak openly of every kind of topic and he is a great uncle for Jake.
When Charlie can’t sort out big problems the TV series developed the character of a psychologist where he goes for trying to resolve his most profound conflicts.

Although the tv serie can’t be suggested to children, it’s for an adult public, trust me when I tell you I find both these brothers adorable and tender, for different reasons.

Alan because is unlucky. He is a sort of modern Donald Duck not with three nephews, but with a son. He doesn’t have a lot of money so his biggest nightmare is money and how he can save them for himself and of course for Jake’s future.

Fortunately, Charlie is not Scrooge McDuck or Uncle Scrooge.
He is very generous with his brother.

Charlie considers his brother a complete failure and so stingy, but Alan is fighting in a daily base for money. Charlie, in this sense is much more lucky because his work gives him the possibility of a best existence.
Alan is considered a failure in a society where money are the meter taken in consideration for every person and a social symbol of success.

Charlie is successful, easy-going, always smiling, happy, very generous with everyone although his life when interested by a serious relationship is a failure.
Most of the time these failures are connected, when Charlie doesn’t work for destroying his relationship using just his bad habits by the strong connections existing in his family able to absorb him and Alan in an abyss of confusion and straining moments.

In particular women of his family and his life like Evelyn, Berta, don’t act for his personal private success. Yes, because if Charlie is plenty of success with his work his private life is chaotic and messy.

At the same time there’s no doubt that the Harper’s family in its big dysfunctionality is solid with a great touch of ingenuity and “return of childhood” in these two brothers sometimes.
There is sadness as well because no one is happy in the Harpers although no one is seriously unhappy either, but at the same time there is this spiral of problems unresolved that no one knows how they can be resolved because Berta, Alan, Charlie, Evelyn are united by the same destiny: a weird life and a weird life brings lacerations that sometimes can’t be healed completely.

Adorable tv serie, I try of not lose any episode because according to my point of view Two Men and Half is just apparently light.
The character of Charlie Sheen, Charlie Harper sometimes seems to be the alter-ago of the actor.

I just hope that Johnny Depp, Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer one day will realize a movie all together for Disney. They would be great! Charlie Sheen is nice, Jon Cryer is extremely funny and Johnny is a real icon and Disney’s “brand.”

Anna Maria Polidori

Davy Jones to Montone for the Umbria Film Festival

Posted in Johnny Depp by Anna Maria Polidori on July 9, 2017

It is wonderful everytime to attend the Umbria Film Festival.

Yesterday night although it was dramatically warm no exception. Watching the movies of the Umbria Film Festival is a beautiful experience.
I attended various editions in the past in part as member of the press for Il Corriere and sometimes just as spectator.
Yesterday night the key of the town presented to Bill Nighy.
Love Actually, Pirates 2 and 3. I watched the picture of this actor on Google and I thought: “Who was in Love Actually?” The American President? I saw the movie two times, I adore Hugh Grant, but…I couldn’t locate his face. And what kind of role played in Pirates?
I googled the net: bloody hell, Davy Jones? Oh God, we are close to the Olympus I thought.

The funny rock-star of Love Actually? Bingo! So hilarious! I remember a line. When they asked him why it is beauty to become famous he said: “Because they present you every drug for free.” I remember his eccentricities. A character I loved a lot in that movie.

I decided to bring with me my mom.
I don’t know but I think that it is great to let her know which is in part my world, the one I dedicate some time of my existence, since I met online some people connected with Johnny Depp and other actors as well and who these people and actors are.

Mom really enjoyed to follow me, curious to seeing the star and other people ad well. I also added her: “Don’t worry mom we will find some fresh weather at Montone.”

It was the opposite: terribly warm, when we arrived we ate an ice-cream that was our dinner, but in terms of calories, eating an ice-cream means to eat a dish of pasta, so it’s more than OK and plus it’s refreshing.

We found a place in the last line and waited for the arrival of the actor.

I noticed a colleague from Gubbio with which I talked at long. He works for RAI TRE and it is great to seeing him and some other faces I know, like most of the ladies I know because they are part of the committee of Books of Dogs.

In the while we met the responsible of the press for the Umbria Film Festival. She asked us which were the press and TV stations we worked for, thanking us because she saw some articles published in our newsmagazine these past days.

I asked if it was possible to take a picture with the actor asking him some questions as well. “You know I have a blog dedicated to Johnny Depp, it would be nice a pic with Davy Jones.”
Her answer was that only the editors of newsmagazines and magazines could stay close to the actor for asking some questions. For the rest he was a bit armored she told us. Theoretically I am the editor of my blog, but I understand that a magazine and newsmagazine is something different and I thought at my poor career as reporter. “Anna Maria no negative thoughts, this time be less shy, less sad and more courageous! It’s your world this one.”

Well it was a sort of Fantozzian’s story at first. I saw immediately the entrance of Mr Nighy and I decided to start to taking some pictures and I marched in his direction secure of myself. For once. When I was close to the actor ready with my Amazon Fire to take pictures, the disappearance of the actor. I felt a great nervous! But is it possible? At my arrival people evaporate.

I haven’t considered that he could be sat somewhere in the tables close to the big screen, I thought that they decided to keep him behind one of the opened doors of the palace, for the big entrance.

But I was wrong.

He was peacefully sat in one of the tables close to the big screen of the Square Fortebraccio, waiting again for being called for the prize.

He was so funny, but British humor is the best one in the world. He started to saying us that with this key during the night he would have started to asking to the citizens of Montone for some food and drink.

Later he also revealed us that his first flame was from Umbria. I wouldn’t be surprised. Colin Firth married a lady from Umbertide.
But no: it wasn’t true. He told us this one was the first time for him in Umbria and he really enjoyed , he told us to staying here.
Very tall, thin, the first idea is that he is an intellectual guy, and I guess a very funny man.

I took a video I just hope to post at some point one of these next weeks, and pictures that I must download yet.

Enjoy in the time this tale!


Anna Maria Polidori



Johnny Depp and the diplomatic case with the White House

Posted in Uncategorized by Anna Maria Polidori on June 26, 2017

Johnny Depp created a little diplomatic crisis after the phrases he expressed in Glastonsbury, UK during a festival.
He was there because of his sexy movie The Libertine played years ago and he expressed these thoughts: ‘”When was the last time an actor assassinated a president?’” specifically talking about Abraham Lincoln and John Wilkes adding: ‘”I want to qualify, I am not an actor. I lie for a living. However, it has been awhile and maybe it is time.’”

A strong position after these declarations taken by the White House with spokesman Sean Spicer: “President Trump has condemned violence in all forms and it’s sad that others like Johnny Depp have not followed his lead. I hope that some of Mr. Depp’s colleagues will speak out against this type of rhetoric as strongly as they would if his comments were directed to a Democrat elected official.”

“The lack of outrage” regarding Johnny Depp’s comment “A little troubling” added the spokesman.

At the same time at the Washington Post, Kellyanne Conway, counselor to the President, said that this joke is “No laughing matter.”

“These things are real”, Conway thinks.
Depp’s words could: “Easily inflame lunatics who wish to bring harm.”

The Secret Services of the President: “For security reasons, we cannot discuss specifically nor in general terms the means and methods of how we perform our protective responsibilities.”

In the while Johnny Depp in a statement replied: “I apologize for the bad joke I attempted last night in poor taste about President Trump. It did not come out as intended, and I intended no malice. I was only trying to amuse, not to harm anyone.’’

Johnny Depp knew that these words would have circulated and he added I am sure with mucho gusto: “By the way, this is going to be in the press. It will be horrible.”

Anna Maria Polidori

source: Boston Globe, WashingtonPost

Johnny, Trump, Lincoln and Kennedy!

Posted in Johnny Depp by Anna Maria Polidori on June 23, 2017

Dear Johnny,
I know what you think at the moment: that Donald Trump is not maybe the best President of the world (I am a  reporter but I don’t write for a big newsmagazine, pass me these diplomatic considerations) but I jumped when I read what you said in a news read in the Boston Globe.

Yesterday you were at Glastonbury. You asked when was the last time that a President assassinated adding: “I want to qualify, I am not an actor. I lie for a living. However, it has been awhile and maybe it is time.” You talked of Lincoln and John Wilkes.

I thought: “Oh bloody hell now we don’t have just ISIS asking for fanatics people to commit suicide-homicides, we have also our Johnny saying that?”

Lincoln….He was killed who knows why by John Wilkes in 1865. An actor of your same importance and fame. No more nor less. Was there any sense for that act? Why black people hadn’t to be free?  Why these people had to be slavers of someone else because of their skin color? Why?
Why killing a man who had just started a process of largest democratization?

Lincoln was a wonderful man to me. His life was hard. He was a common man with great values, and living in real life helped.

It was Kennedy. John Fitzgerald Kennedy. The last one killed.
You know well this.
I always see that imagines and I can’t find peace.

When I was little I had this little encyclopedia called 15 and there was this picture of this flame in one of that books. It was the grave of this man, called John Kennedy, a President of the USA and there was written that this light is always “lighted.” For remembering someone unforgettable. I returned often to see this picture.
I didn’t know at 6-7 years who Kennedy was and his role played in this world but I remembered that grave and that light.

Dallas 11/22/1963, a first shot, a second, with the third a part of brain of President Kennedy flies away from him and Mrs Kennedy run away from that terror. Better: she tries to.
A homicide without a killer.
I tried to download the autopsy of the President and his brother Robert time ago but then I gave up. It’s…hard. You feel that sensation of death and you think: OK let’s wait. I am emphatic.

I know, I know that you were joking about Trump, but…

It’s just that the situation is pretty heavy and substantially I wouldn’t want the departure of anyone, including President Trump.
He is a business man but yes maybe he is not able to be the proper President that the USA deserves.
And substantially it’s not a failure to  admit it.
Absolutely. I have always thought that this role is for someone able of great diplomacy and not for everyone. It’s important to staying connected with people and the base, to “reading” the necessity of real people, and to seeing also the world in its evolution.

I don’t know what will happen tomorrow, Johnny but what I would want is to return in the past, when the Twin Towers still existed, NYC was famous because of the romantic movies by Nora Ephron,  and not because of this act of terror: I dream a world of peace, and I dream the past, when the world was less difficult, and when there was hope for tomorrow. Since that 9/11 this one is my principal thought: the terror.

Life is becoming fatalism and I hate it. I don’t love to think that we are in the hands of terror.

People should return to be all more ethical and maybe the world would be a better world.

Ciao Johnny I read in the Washington Post and Hollywood Reporter that you apologized.

I apologize for the bad joke I attempted last night in poor taste about President Trump. It did not come out as intended, and I intended no malice. I was only trying to amuse, not to harm anyone.

Big hugs and much love

Anna Maria Polidori

Johnny at Glastonbury Festival!

Posted in Uncategorized by Anna Maria Polidori on June 21, 2017

Johnny Depp will attend the festival of Glastonbury tomorrow, participating at the drive-in movie area called Cineramageddon a novelty of the festival. Tomorrow he will discuss of movies with Julien Temple curator of the section. Each choices have a profound meaning for Johnny.
Welcome back in UK Johnny!

Anna Maria Polidori

Happy birthday Johnny!

Posted in Uncategorized by Anna Maria Polidori on June 9, 2017

Very happy that this time Rotten Tomatoes didn’t win!

Posted in Johnny Depp by Anna Maria Polidori on June 3, 2017

OK: The Inquisitr arrived before but I thought to realize a piece remarking this the day after Pirates was launched: that for once Pirates defeated Rotten Tomatoes and the sum of negative critics (many good as well) expressed by many critics of big and small newsmagazines and realities in the entire territory of the USA.

Box office and Rotten Tomatoes became my biggest friends or enemies these latest years and every time a Johnny Depp’s movie out.

This time viewers didn’t listen anything or anyone.
They just went to the cinema for enjoying a moment of escapism and only God knows the necessity of some de-stressing moments considering the times we are living in.

More important has been the card played by Jerry Bruckheimer a real test on the viewers according to my point of view: “Without Johnny Depp no other Pirates will be realized!”
Producer Bruckheimer maybe said that words in fact also for trying to see if the solid base of Johnny’s fans and Pirates fans were still there waiting for him.

People trusted Johnny Depp and they went to the cinema, free again to adore their Jack Sparrow.

Fans never abandoned the saga, never abandoned their favorite characters, never abandoned the ideas of wild adventures with Jack Sparrow, the more educated William Turner, Captain Barbossa and the new entry: Captain Salazar.

Do you know why? Because dreams are priceless.



Anna Maria Polidori

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