The comedy website greeted the GOP front-runner's victory in the New Hampshire primary with the surprise release of "The Art of the Deal," a 50-minute streaming film starring Depp as a very convincing Trump.
Director Scott Cooper’s film about Boston gangster "Whitey" Bulger shines in its casting but is shaded by earlier works from Martin Scorsese and others.
"The Lone Ranger" is too long and more than a little bit incoherent, but you will see some things in the movie that you will not have seen anywhere else.
There's a big, built-in problem with the Motion Picture Association of America's contested decision to slap "Bully," a documentary about kids battering kids, with an R rating, and it's a problem of which powerhouse producer Harvey Weinstein and a growing lineup of Hollywood stars are well aware.
Johnny Depp isn't usually one to seek out the limelight, or "48 Hours Mystery" for that matter, but the "Alice in Wonderland" actor is making an appearance on the CBS News magazine show to make a plea for the retrial of the West Memphis Three, a group of men convicted of murdering three boys in 1994.