Johnny's movies


Posted in Johnny Depp, movies by Anna Maria Polidori on February 15, 2015

A fan created with pencil this drawing and it was later autographed by Johnny




10943113_386927304814252_4099679507828107010_nThanks to Lory Depp Girl for the pic



Anna Maria Polidori



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  1. silverscreentalks said, on February 15, 2015 at 7:11 pm

    I have been debating on if I should see this movie or not! Please follow and check our blog

    • Anna Maria Polidori said, on February 15, 2015 at 9:51 pm

      Hi there! I think you should watch the dvd. Yes, ok it’s the worsest Johnny’s flop. I find Mortdecai hilarious in various ways. I followed the Mortdecai promotion so badly.

      I promoted this movie under many possible aspects in my blog letting know to the potential viewers what they would have waited when going to the cinema, the passion of Bonfiglioli for Wodehouse and this new weird couple Charlie Mortdecai and the butler Jock Strapp a sort of Bertie and Jeeves where Jeeves is both Charlie and Jock and Bertie is completely absent, because Mortdecai has a evil mind and there is not someone weak in the couple invented by Bonfiglioli.

      Bonfiglioli by himself needed a character like Charlie. Someone invincible, someone rich and powerful. Charlie was the person Kyril wanted to be and he couldn’t be because he was poor and couldn’t have all the facilities Mortdecai had.

      I was pretty sure that this movie couldn’t be a winner at the box office, this is true, because Bonfiglioli was and still is for a niche of people so mainly, before to launch a product like this one it was necessary to let know much better and to me it was more than possible who Charlie Mortdecai was like also Kyril Bonfiglioli, for let appreciate the product to the viewers.

      Plus, true, Americans don’t have the same british humor so it was not just indispensable but something crucially important.

      One of the best articles you can find about Bonfiglioli is on the New Yorker in not suspected time: 2004, or also on the Telegraph or The Guardian.

      Go for them.

      What maybe it was not understood to me it’s that Mortdecai was a great winning card. A sophisticated, beautiful approach to two interesting characters. More than two interesting characters.

      Bonfiglioli lived a singular and not always happy life unfortunately and he gone too soon.

      I was so depressed for the devastation at the box office and for Rotten Tomatoes. When I visited that page and they gave just an 11% to the movie I thought: “Ok, it’s the end”.

      I was sad for the author and creator of Mortdecai, for the people involved in this production because a movie means energy of a lot of people, for Johnny, although he seemed he didn’t mind at all. I just hope that that one was the good performance of a great actor able to simulate joy and happiness when maybe he was I wish profoundly unhappy for this failure.

      Yes, please watch Mortdecai (I still must do that, in Italy will appear this next weel and no idea if there will be in my city).

      Charlie Mortdecai is very dark. (A sagittarius like me falls in love for Bertie and Jeeves, finding Charlie and Jock a bit too much dark) if you read the books but… Johnny created a funniest character to me although the movie is rated R.

      I suffered a lot because of this flop.

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