And that's about it. Your basic innocuous little romantic comedy. Don't let the heavy hitters in the cast and the spiritless-psychoanalyst-who-learns-about-passion-from-one-of-his-patients angle fool you; Don Juan DeMarco is no Equus. Brando and Dunaway still can deliver the acting goods, but for material this light, Ted Danson and Shelley Long would have provided sufficient cutes. Johnny Depp is another story. While any moderately attractive young actor would have looked handsome next to the simultaneously inflated and dissipated Brando or the pinched and big-haired Dunaway, Depp credibly fleshes out the celebrated lover. With a lesser actor in the title role, Don Juan would have struck out. Thanks primarily to Depp, it scores.