Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (2007)
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  • Jack really wanted to be the Captain of the Flying Dutchman but after what happened to poor Will, his 'heart' couldn't let it all end that way
  • Compared to many other trilogies, this one actually made sense, while keeping you glued to your seat to see everything to the very end

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End, directed by Gore Verbinski is rated PG-13 bythe Motion Picture Association of America for intense sequences of action/adventure violence and some frightening images. The original release date was May 25, 2007 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Action/Adventure/Comedy/Fantasy and stars Johnny Depp as Captian Jack Sparrow, Geoffrey Rush as Barbossa, Orlando Bloom as Will Turner, Keira Knightley as Elizabeth Swann, Jack Devenport as Norrington, Bill Nighy as Davy Jones

      and Naomi Harris as Tia Dalma aka Calypso.

      The third and hopefully the final installation of the Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy is ‘At World’s End’. Where Captain Jack Sparrow is in Davy Jones’ locker…the after world, being tormented by himself as only he knows how. The objective this time to start off with, is to rescue Jack from the abyss, return him to the living plain of existence and bring together the brethren court for war.

      This episode finally brings closure to ...


      • the final chapter. Jack really wanted to be the Captain of the Flying Dutchman but after what happened to poor Will, his ‘heart’ couldn’t let it all end that way.

        A great end to an epic adventure I say. Compared to many other trilogies, this one actually made sense, while keeping you glued to your seat to see everything to the very end.

        Calypso was finally set free, even though she bearly made any significant effect in the final run other than blow

        some wind…LOL!

        Then again, the way it ended could all mean that we should be expecting more from the Pirates of the Caribbean saga…after all, nothing is written in stone, take Die Hard or Lethal Weapon for example, just when you thought it was all said and done with, they up and made another one…not to mention the Indiana Jones series.

        Seperate and apart from the obvious, this movie, along with the two previous, would make a great addition to any collection. Hint hint!




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