Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (2007)
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  • One of the few movies were I bought into a lot of the hype that news that came with it
  • I usually refrain from this sort of thing because it can ruin the initial viewing experience for me, but in the case of At World's End I simply could not resist
  • Unfortunately this means that to get full enjoyment out of the movie, one needs to have been a loyal devotee of the series ever since the first film's release back in 2003
  • The story has been criticized for being too convoluted, but I think that viewpoint is garbage
  • The climax of the film is totally an amazing one, drenched in copious amounts of realistic CG to the point of making any fan happy with a certain dramatic grandness

    • by Vinayak Ravindran
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      With the previous entry in the series (Dead Man’s Chest) boasting a controversial cliffhanger of an ending, fans who saw Dead Man’s Chest were no doubt clamoring for the epic finale to the trilogy after walking out of the theater one year ago. Indeed, for me it was a good year of anticipation of this movie. One of the few movies were I bought into a lot of the hype that news that came with it. I usually refrain from this sort of thing because it can ruin the initial viewing experience for me,

      but in the case of At World’s End I simply could not resist.

      And in terms of delivery, I would argue that this finale in the Pirates trilogy totally delivers. Not only does it bring back many of the characters we’ve come to know and love, but each of their stories reach a certain climax unseen in the previous films. Unfortunately this means that to get full enjoyment out of the movie, one needs to have been a loyal devotee of the series ever since the first film’s release back in 2003. I met the ...


      • criteria, so this final epic film was a total blast to watch in the theater. And boy, the locales that the crew goes through this time are truly some of the most exotic. The story has been criticized for being too convoluted, but I think that viewpoint is garbage; anyone who’s followed the films up until this one will have no problem following the plot of this film. The twists and turns are more clever than ever, and the director’s sense of humor shows up yet again in full force. Truly enjoyable, and understandably
        a blockbuster movie.

        The climax of the film is totally an amazing one, drenched in copious amounts of realistic CG to the point of making any fan happy with a certain dramatic grandness. The ending here will have you begging for more too, as it did for me. With a somewhat open ending, the idea of a fourth Pirates movie is not totally incredulous. I, for one, would buy into the hype, swallow my pride, and watch a possible next offering on opening day if given the chance. All Verbinski needs to do is say the word.




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