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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
Thrust into an all-new adventure, a down-on-his-luck Capt. Jack Sparrow feels the winds of ill-fortune blowing even more strongly when deadly ghost sailors led by his old nemesis, the evil Capt. Salazar, escape from the Devil's Triangle. Jack's only hope of survival lies in seeking out the legendary Trident of Poseidon, but to find it, he must forge an uneasy alliance with a brilliant and beautiful astronomer and a headstrong young man in the British navy.
|Studio :||Walt Disney Pictures, Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Infinitum Nihil,|
|Crew :||Art Department Coordinator, Art Department Coordinator,|
|Cast :||Johnny Depp Javier Bardem Geoffrey Rush Brenton Thwaites Kaya Scodelario|
|Genre :||Adventure Fantasy Action Comedy|
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For having a relatively low budget, the film's style and overall art direction are immensely impressive.
A great movie, one of the best of this year. There was a bit of confusion at one point in the plot, but nothing serious.
It is a whirlwind of delight --- attractive actors, stunning couture, spectacular sets and outrageous parties. It's a feast for the eyes. But what really makes this dramedy work is the acting.
At some point, the sorceries are only limited by imagination. They don't seem to take source anywhere sensical. Fun ride nevertheless. Depp can pay his debts.
Dead Men Tell No Tales: The fifth installment in this tired franchise is at best a diversion which lacks ideas and seems to be coasting on its brand name. Johnny Depp looks tired and it seems he is ready to hang up the pirate boots for good now. Even at a mere 130 minutes (which is by far the shortest of all the Pirates films) the film seems slow, which is because perhaps there is nothing else to add? The audiences get it (box office has been tepid at best), maybe the filmmakers should too. (This ship should be retired, or better yet- sunk)
Jack Sparrow, drunk and with a shrunken Black Pearl in a bottle in his pocket, finds himself tasked with helping Will Turner's son Henry find the Trident of Poseidon which will enable him to lift the curse on Will, doomed to captain the Flying Dutchman. Having accidentally acquired the company of young female astronomer Carina, they find their quest dogged by savage anti-pirate undead spirit, Salazar, out for revenge against Sparrow.Johnny Depp's 5th outing as Jack Sparrow - sorry, CAPTAIN Jack Sparrow - marks a return to form. The first film was a surprise and delight. But, notwithstanding good moments, I felt each of the following films was more disappointing than the one before. Number 5 is pretty good, though.It has a strong story which is quite complicated, but well put together. And it deals with dangling threads from earlier films and resolves them satisfactorily. For that reason, I think it would be a fitting film with which to end the franchise - go out on a positive note!Depp can play Sparrow in his sleep by now, but Jack isn't really the main character here. There are plenty of funny lines for him, and good opportunities for drunken mincing, but this film is really Harry, Carina and Salazar. Like I said, there is quite a lot of story on board, and Jack Sparrow's share is quite small. Fortunately, Brenton Thwaites (Henry), Kaya Scodelario (Carina) and Xavier Bardem (Salazar) handle the heavy lifting well.The other cast members are, of course, more than reliable, from the familiar (Geoffrey Rush, Sparrow's crew etc.) to the new (David Wenham). The action set pieces are every bit as extravagant as we have become used to: the bank robbery is great fun, and the finale is excellent. The CGI is as good as one would expect - the skeletal sharks are hugely impressive, especially in 3D.And, like so many films this year, there is a strong emphasis on family. And that isn't just Harry Turner's family: a family connection turns up in the most unexpected place, and pays off beautifully.No one expected a theme park ride to provide the inspiration for a series of hit movies, but I have enjoyed all the Pirates films. This is the best since the original, and - for a number of reasons - it would be a fitting end to the series.
(A liitle bit predictable as well. Still enjoyable though)When we first saw the Pirates of the Carribean film with Captain Jack Sparrow, there were lots of indications about Jack's past. And everyone was curious as hell. But now, everyone is unhappy with it..what do you mean you are bored? Too much movies? I do not understand that we got the story, we got the film - it looks pretty swell too- and people are not satisfied. Don't you lie to us or yourself, this is what all of us were wondering about. How he got the compass? How did he become captain? This movie has the answers, let's just enjoy.