Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
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The final adventure begins. From Disney and Producer Jerry Bruckheimer comes the harrowing and thrilling PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES. Set sail with Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) as deadly ghost sailors, led by the terrifying Captain Salazar (Javier Bardem), escape from the Devil's Triangle bent on killing every pirate at sea -- notably Jack -- in an epic story packed with humor, suspense and amazing special effects!
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Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) has found himself in trouble again and must team up with Henry Turner (Brenton Thwaites) and Carina Smith (Kaya Scodelario), an astrologist and horologist who, due to her intelligence, is deemed to be a witch.
What makes this movie good is it went back to the roots of the series and concentrates on the characters and their legacies. The main villain's story is intimately tied to Captain Jack Sparrow's past and the central MacGuffin that everyone is chasing has personal stakes for the characters involved. The result is a more heartfelt adventure that you actually care about.
The CGI is the most mesmerizing piece of treasure throughout the film. The special effects and CGI combined are astoundingly lifelike. The movements of the ghost pirates and sharks are hyper-realistic. It features gorgeous cinematography, magnificent colors and overall is visually stunning.
Dead Men Tell No Tales is a fun ride but utterly predictable at times. It brings what you expect from a Pirates film; elegant and witty dialog, compelling sea battles, and good ole Jack Sparrow. This is Pirates of the Caribbean is for a new generation. Old characters interacting with new ones on a fun-filled adventure. Ignore the critics and enjoy the film as it is truly entertaining.
The humor in this movie is truly Johnny Depp! His unique sense of humor comes through in Captain Jack more than ever! The scene with the guillotine had me in stitches!
Javier Bardem plays the fantasticly evil Captain Salazar and the special effects on this character are amazing in 3D! He is definitely a worthy foe and there were times when I feared for Captain Jack's life!
The new characters Carina and Henry, played by Kaya Scodalario and Brenton Thwaites are exciting, empowering and definitely will appeal to the younger crowd!
Elizabeth and Will are reunited once again and it leaves you with a warm and fuzzy feeling! It's good to see other characters return and the surprise appearance by Sir Paul McCartney was hilarious!
This was the feel-good movie of the summer and I think it definitely deserves to be watched over and over again! Eagerly waiting for the next adventures for Captain Jack Sparrow!!
Again we set sail with our beloved Jack Sparrow! Alas he is not the Jack we thought we knew, nay he is a mere caricature of his former self. To be quite honest Depp's performance in this movie was not the spotlight performance I thought it would be. He was often outshined by the two new comers, and even Barbosa, in both dialogue and lovability.
The storyline in this movie, Orlando Bloom's son ging on a voyage to release his father from the clutches of The Flying Dutchman was a much more to the heart tale than something about mermaids. I think more so than the story they were trying to convey, the execution was excellent.
So why 3 stars instead of 4? Because overall the movie was lackluster. The first time I watched it I watched it alone, and was only mildly interested and invested. It was only when I watched it with my Family that it became a better movie. There is a word for that that's just on the tip of my tongue... oh well.
Is this as good as The Curse of the Black Pearl? Well, arguable, but I would say no in my humble opinion, not it is not as good as the first.
Ok that all said. I feel like this is a course change back towards the main storylines, the main characters, and the things that made the first film so fun. I feel like it recaptures at least some of that magic. For myself and my family, we enjoyed it and I feel it was time and money well spent.
But to each their own, if you hate the franchise this film will likely not be worth your time. IF you loved the first film (or two) and were a bit disappointed in the rest, well, maybe give this a chance.