At his best, Johnny Depp really pulls you into his performances, which explains why almost every scene in Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas makes us feel like we, too, are (read: wish we were) in Vegas with a suitcase full of goodies a la Hunter S. Thompson. But alas, our vices (tequila and Starbucks coffee) seem pretty subdued when it compared to the Thompson variety.

Which is why we enjoy watching Depp and co-star Benicio Del Toro play deviants. That, the contorted faces, and Depp's nearly nonsensical interactions with strangers make this the most enjoyable "trip" we've ever (and probably ever will) taken.