Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest
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  • Some of CGI is incredible including the CGI created Davy Jones (who is now my favorite character)

    • by Artie17
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      Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest is the sequel to the very popular Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. In my opinion, a disappointing sequel.

      In my eyes, it is the death of a sequel when the makers of the movie believes that the audience wants to know more


      about there characters and world.

      This exactly what Pirates 2 does.

      There was no plan for a sequel but since the first movie was so successful, the makers decided to give us more two more Pirates movies.

      No intentions for a sequel and then all of sudden making a sequel is evident while watching the ...


      • movie.

        The story isn’t as entertaining as the first one.

        There isn’t as much fun to be had in Dead Man’s Chest either.

        The wittiness that we all loved in the first one isn’t as strong in the sequel.

        All of that being said, there are some good things to be said.

        The

        special effects are once again great.

        Some of CGI is incredible including the CGI created Davy Jones (who is now my favorite character).

        The acting is also one again great.

        Johnny Depp great as the slightly touched Jack Sparrow.

        I would say see it if you’re a pirates fan but do not seek it out if otherwise.




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