Looking for a new do? Look no further as Movies.ie picks its five favourite ridiculous haircuts! Javier Bardem in No Country For Old Men Was there anything more terrifying then Javier Bardem sporting a bowl cut? A style very much suited to a killer, Bardem himself even commented on how preposterous it was: “It was insane to have three months with that haircut and also lead a decent, normal life,” said poor old Javier at the time. “But for the character it worked pretty good I think.” Johnny Depp in Edward Scissorhands When you think Edward Scissorhands, hair may not be the first thing that comes to mind, but let’s not forget just how bonkers Depp truly looked in Tim Burton’s movie. He can’t even blame the lack of a good shears. Get it sorted, Edward…. Cameron Diaz in Being John Malkovich A film looking to make the generally gorgeous Cameron Diaz look ugly, we didn’t even recognise her in this classic film from Spike Jonez. Still to this day, we want to get her a bottle of frizz ease and be done with it…. David Bowie in The Labyrinth Bowie has been responsible for many questionable fashion decisions in the past, but no bigger then in this fantasy picture. Where back-combing meets crazy length and volume, this movie is certainly to terrifying for children… Terence Stamp in Priscilla, Queen Of The Desert Stuffed with fruit, giant feathers and flowers leave it to the drags to win out. Towering, outrageous, multi-coloured, flamboyant and ridiculous, what more could you want in a movie?