Johnny Depp has a language all his own.

Whether the 'Alice in Wonderland' star is creating his own vernacular, rambling incoherently or exploring the rarely trodden middle ground between lexeme and laughter, he may be the only actor in Hollywood who can make an art form out of saying, well, nothing. Johnny Depp has a language all his own.

Whether the 'Alice in Wonderland' star is creating his own vernacular, rambling incoherently or exploring the rarely trodden middle ground between lexeme and laughter, he may be the only actor in Hollywood who can make an art form out of saying, well, nothing.

Vacsillicus!

(See ... doesn't work when we try it.)

Take it away, Johnny.

Mash edited by Avaryl Halley.









Rent or Buy the Movies Used in This Mash
'Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas' (Rent | Buy) / 'Benny and Joon' (Rent | Buy) / 'Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl' (Rent | Buy) / 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest' (Rent | Buy) / 'Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End' (Rent | Buy) / 'Once Upon A Time In Mexico' (Rent | Buy) / 'Sleepy Hollow' (Rent | Buy) / 'Edward Scissorhands' (Rent | Buy) / 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' (2005) (Rent | Buy) / 'Don Juan De Marco' (Rent | Buy) / 'Dead Man' (Rent | Buy) / 'Ed Wood' (Rent | Buy) / 'Corpse Bride' (Rent | Buy)