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Johnny Depp: Mortdecai, Is It As Bad As The Critics Say?

We may only be three weeks into 2015 but Johnny Depp‘s new movie Mortdecai is hotly tipped to be the biggest movie flop of the year. Entertainment Wise postulates that Mortdecai is all set to be Depp’s third straight box office flop and this could have a negative impact on the stars future earning potential. In Mortdecai Johnny Depp stars as a Lord Mortdecai, an art dealer who is on the trail of a stolen Goya painting that hides the location of a stolen fortune. Depp is one step ahead of the police in the form of Inspector Martland, played by Ewan McGregor, who happens to be in love with Mortdecai’s wife, played by Gwyneth Paltrow.

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Hi, I am Alan. I live in Broadstone, Dorset with my wife, Shirley, my son, Ryan and two dogs called Bailey and Jasper. I have recently retired after working in the Armed Forces and in Public Service since 1977 so I now have a bit more time to do the things I love. Music is a huge part of my life and always has been. I have a broad taste in music and can find something to enjoy in most styles of music. I have always been attracted to music which has something to say, is outside the mainstream and is perhaps a bit rebellious. I guess my early influences were late 1970's Punk and new wave bands, especially those who came out of Northern Ireland where I grew up. I loved Stiff Little Fingers, The Undertones, Rudi, Starjets etc but also bands like The Ramones, The Clash, The Jam and so on. I like singer songwriters including Van Morrison, Springsteen, Neil Young & Bob Dylan and in recent years I have become more interested in folk and acoustic music but I also love the sort of high drive energetic Folk/Punk music delivered by bands like The Levellers, Leatherat, Ferocious Dog and many others who frequent the UK Festival scene. I have long since lost the desire to spend my holidays laying around in the sun and these days am much more likely to be found in a muddy field somewhere in the UK during the festival season.

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