Ed Wood

Ed Wood

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Ed Wood 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm not going to rate this film just on the fact that Johnny Depp stars in it. I finished watching this film for the hundreth time today and I will never cease to enjoy this...bizarre film! The film Ed Wood is so well put together! The cast was perfect! The movie makes you want to see (the real) Edward D. Wood's movies. It's very entertaining and worth watching! Hope you decide to view this film. It's something you won't regret!
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First off let me say, Mr. Depp is very hot. With that out of the way, i want to say that this movie is awesome. One of the things I look for in a movie is how it relates to me. As a crossdresser, it could not relate to me anymore unless i was making out with Mr. Depp.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really think that Johnny Depp is hot stuff, so I really enjoyed this movie, even though John plays a cross dresser in this movie. I would like looking at Johnny Depp all over again in this movie (as I enjoy ALL of his movies!) I highly reccomend this movie to anybody who likes Johnny Depp.
Guest More than 1 year ago
An incredible film about an artist who has a bottomless supply of positive energy, but is totally pathetic in his approach and product. Based on a true story, the film includes some truly outstanding performances. Johnny Depp is perfect in the title role. Bill Murray is hysterical as 'Bunny' Beckinridge, one of Wood's numerous acting buddies. Perhaps the films best performance is given by Martin Landau as Bela Lugosi, whom Wood befriended toward the end of his film career. The movie was filmed entirely in black and white and it's message of remaining positive against a flood of failure is timeless.
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A fabulous take on the so called worst director ever. The truth is it changed my life! The dialog is great and the characters are deep. It's an absolute must see!!!