Best Johnny Depp Movies and Where to Stream Them

His career has taken him from little-known indie films to big-budget action blockbusters, with Depp consistently managing to hand in a unique and memorable performance each time he appears on-screen.

As Depp prepares to refocus on his film career in the coming months, we decided to look back at some of his most famous films, many of which are streaming right now.

Sleepy Hollow

Set in the late 18th century, after a series of grisly murders in the isolated farming community of Sleepy Hollow, an unorthodox police constable Ichabod Crane (Depp) is called in to investigate.

Finding Neverland

Focusing on the life and career of Scottish playwright JM Barrie, the film details how a family that Barrie became acquainted with came to shape his most famous play: Peter Pan.


A musical comedy, Cry-Baby follows the tumultuous love affair between a greaser (Depp) and a homely teenage girl (Amy Locane) in 1950s Baltimore.

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

Based on Hunter S. Thompson’s largely autobiographical book of the same name, Depp stars as Thompson stand-in Raoul Duke, an eccentric reporter for Rolling Stone magazine sent to Las Vegas to cover an assignment.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

The balance between Dahl’s source material, Burton’s darker tone, and Depp’s delightfully off-the-walls performance was a match made in heaven, leading to it being named one of Depp and Burton’s best films to date.

Corpse Bride

A stop-motion animated film, Corpse Bride tells the story of a timid young man in a Victorian town who accidentally proposes to a deceased, fun-loving bride who believes him to be her betrothed.

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