Johnny Depp’s New Documentary Film Gets Rave Reviews From Critics

It’s been revealed that Johnny Depp’s new documentary film, Crock of Gold, has received rave reviews from critics after a recent screening. This news was revealed via Silence_Exile on Twitter.

The first screening on Depp’s new film, Crock of Gold, was last night and the buzz is very good coming out of that screening. If you take a look at the film’s ratings on IMDb, it’s currently sitting at an 8.6 out of 10.

That’s a pretty good score and it looks like the critics have really liked Johnny Depp’s new documentary film. This is some good news for Johnny Depp’s who’s been under the cosh of late. If you’re reading this, I’m pretty sure you know what’s been going on regarding Johnny Depp over the last few weeks.

Johnny Depp’s Crock of Gold documentary film is getting rave reviews from critics

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Anyway, what’s the documentary Crock of Gold all about? Interestingly enough, it’s pretty timely given we’re coming up to Christmas. You might be asking yourselves why. Well, it’s because the documentary is about the lead singer and songwriter of the Pogues.

The Pogues are probably most famous for their iconic Christmas hit, Fairytale of New York, which they sang with Kirsty MacColl, who was tragically killed on the 18th of December 2000. She was killed whilst on holiday with her two sons and boyfriend in Mexico. She was struck by Guillermo González Nova’s powerboat which was in a restricted area for diving.

Johnny Depp is both interviewed in the movie and is one of its producers. He was key in getting the movie made and it looks like people are really taking to the film, which is great news. The film was directed by Julien Temple.

What do you make of this news? Are you going to be watching Johnny Depp’s new documentary film, Crock of Gold, when it’s released? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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