“Pirates of the Carribean: On Stranger Tides” (2011 Film)
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  • However, after seeing the fourth film in theaters, Pirates of the Carribea
  • On Stranger Tides , I can state with the uttmost of certainty that this is my favorite film out of them all
  • If you haven't yet seen this film, then I strongly suggest you don't waste another minute

    • by Susanna Frank
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      I can honestly say that the fourth film of the “Pirates of Carribean” series worried me. The first three films were remarkably casted, well laid out, and left me laughing and one the edge of my seat with suspence. However, after seeing the fourth film in theaters, “Pirates of the Carribea: On Stranger Tides”, I can state with the uttmost of certainty that this is my favorite film out of them all.

      Even though two of the main characters from the other three films are not there


      (Elizabeth Swan and Will Turner) the film was casted with new characters that made the film a work of art. There’s Black Beard, a pirate who is trying to make sure he drinks from the fountain of youth and steers clear of a one legged man who is prophecized to kill him, his daughter Angelica who Jack loves and has a past with, mermaids who kill men at sea, a religiosu man who loves of the different mermaids (Serena) and Black Beards crew of entertaining pirates (some of them zombies). But Jack, Barbosa, and Gibbs are still part of this film and grace viewers with their witt, humor and marvelous skills as pirates.

      While the acting skills and pure talent of the old and new faces in this film are certainly something to give kudos to, the storyling itself and emotion in the film really bring it to life. Throughout the film, the characters are all trying to end up at the same place, the fountain of youth. Each trying to get there ...


      for there own reasons. Black Beard wants it to save his life, Jack is being forced to show them were it is and to give Black Beard the remaining years of his life, Barbosa wants to find Black Beard, and the Spanish want to destory it. But of course, trying to drinkg the ater from the fountain is no peice of cake and a mermaids tear, and two silver chalices from a dead pirate are required. In the end, when both Black Beard and his
      daughter Angelica lay dying, he wants her to sacrifice herself to save his life. Anticipating this, Jack switches the challices and Angelica lives while Black Beard dies.

      There were so many shocks and twists to the story line that it was hard to really predict anything that was about to happen. And thats parto f what I liked. The fencing and sword play, and romance and adventure made this film even more appealing. If you haven’t yet seen this film, then I strongly suggest you don’t waste another minute.




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