New Johnny Depp ‘Dark Shadows’ Movie Delivered Great Action,Drama,Comedy & More
New Johnny Depp ‘Dark Shadows’ movie delivered great action,drama,comedy & more. Warner Bros. Pictures released their new thriller flick “Dark Shadows” into theaters this weekend. I just checked it out,and I thought it was really good and entertaining. It also had more darkness and thrills to it than the movie trailers,led on.
Johnny Depp was,of course,great in it,and also served up some funny lines. The movie stars: Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Helena Bonham Carter, Jackie Earle Haley, Jonny Lee Miller, Eva Green, Chloë Grace Moretz, Bella Heathcote,and Gully McGrath.
In the new flick, character Barnabas Collins (Johnny Depp) managed to majorly piss off an obsessed,love struck,witch named Angelique for having lots of romantic fun with her,but not loving her. Once he actually fell in love with another woman named Josette DuPres, Angelique had her killed,and turned Barnabas into a bloodsucking vampire. Then she eventually had the townspeople drag him away,to bury him alive for 200 years.
In the year 1972, some construction workers,unknowingly dug Barnabas up after hitting his coffin. After sucking all their blood from suffering 200 years of thirst, Barnabas made his way back to his beloved Collinwood Manor,and made himself right at home with his current relatives that resided there. The movie went on to reveal that most of the members had a lot of strange secrets.
Once Angelique realized Barnabas had escaped his prison,she found him,and immediately started causing him more problems as she still wanted him to love her. She had also taken over the town,and was running things.
There was also another guest staying in the Collinwood Manor,named Victoria Winters,who was the spitting image of Barnabas’ past love Josette. He undoubtedly fell in love with her,causing Angelique to try and repeat the same madness of the past.
This led to a huge,action-filled conclusion that,fortunately for Barnabas,didn’t end the same way,and allowed him to retain his love with Victoria. Again,I really enjoyed watching the movie. The plotline was very interesting,and kept me into it the entire time. The characters were also very humorous,providing good comedy throughout.
Chloë Grace Moretz did a great job as the bratty chick Carolyn Stoddard. Michelle Pfeiffer did a good job as Elizabeth Collins Stoddard,and she’s aged well too. I gave the move a solid A grade. Follow us on Facebook by Clicking Here. Follow us on Twitter by Clicking Here.
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