Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World’s End
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  • That's a shame too, because Jack Sparrow was all the movie had to offer

    • by kihu
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      Pirates 1 and 2 were sufficient movies, but perhaps they were riding too much on the originality factor. Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World’s End really feels done before.

      With the same cast of characters, and dozens more, Pirates 3 seems like a 3 hour family reunion during which the audience has


      no idea what is going on.

      For almost 3 hours, characters talk in different accents, turn against their friends, randomly draw guns on each other, and get drenched in water.

      There is a storyline, don’t get me wrong, but when each character or alliance wants to drive the plot at the same time,


      • there might as well not be any plot at all.

        Perhaps the movie would have been more enjoyable just showing shallow ship battles, seeing as how the final fight was visually pleasing and didn’t involve deep thinking on the viewer’s part.

        The dialogue is much less witty than the previous movies, and even

        Jack Sparrow seems much less funnier.

        That’s a shame too, because Jack Sparrow was all the movie had to offer.

        Unless you feel like sleeping through cannonfire for 3 hours, or you really like Kiera Knightley (ok, that may be reason enough to go.

        ), you might want to wait for the DVD release instead.




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