Johnny Depp rages (and raves) against the dying of the light in Wayne Roberts’s tired depiction of cancer as a liberating force.
This second installment in J.K. Rowling’s series about a “magizoologist” is so freighted with foreboding that even the would-be whimsy feels leaden.
Matthew Cullen’s film is adapted from Martin Amis’s novel about a dying, creatively stalled American writer who has swapped apartments with a celebrated British author.
The effects-heavy trailer puts more emphasis on Mr. Depp’s titular villain than a previous clip did.
Johnny Depp and Forest Whitaker also star in the latest look into the unsolved killing. Brad Furman (“The Lincoln Lawyer”) directs.
This caper, a sequel to “Gnomeo & Juliet,” has a limited universe and possibilities — imagine if “Toy Story” had basically one kind of toy.
This film, the second in a comedy-horror trilogy, features a quirky Johnny Depp and two heroines named Colleen.
The feud between the actor and the minister has gotten stranger, a year after Mr. Depp and his wife caused a kerfuffle over their dogs.
This sequel to Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland,” directed by James Bobin, offers a world of grotesque overabundance cluttered with special-effects gadgetry.