Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales – Jack Sparrow is Back

Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales – Jack Sparrow is Back

Given the sorry fate of other work derived from Disney theme-park attractions – The Country Bears (2002), The Haunted Mansion (2003) – it’s amazing that the Pirates of the Caribbean series should have remained financially seaworthy through four passable-to-disinterest movies. With Pirates of the Caribbean 5 (named Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales in the US, and Salazar’s Revenge in some other nations) the cracks in the hull become definitely-must-watch. Orlando Bloom has begged for minor…

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Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales – A Movie Review

Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales – A Movie Review

Old Johnny Depp wears the eyeliner again, running away from an immortal pirate-hunter portrayed by Javier Bardem in Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales. Looking quickly at Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales full movie, in which the son of the franchise’ Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley characters unites with a mysterious orphan to master the sea’s hidden mysteries and do what his predecessor could not, you might as well…

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Pirates of the Caribbean 5: Johnny Depp Looks Worse For Wear

Pirates of the Caribbean 5: Johnny Depp Looks Worse For Wear

Pirates of the Caribbean 5: Johnny Depp Looks Worse For Wear Cast: Johnny Depp, Javier Bardem, Orlando Bloom, Brenton Thwaites, Kaya Scodelario, Kevin McNally, Geoffrey Rush Directors: Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg Rated as PG-13 due to contain sequences of adventure violence and some suggestive material Rating: 2/4 Running time: 129 minutes It always needs a great effort to keep track of who’s alive or dead in this multi-sequel epic pirate adventure of Captain Jack Sparrow. Over 12…

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Such a Sinking Vessel Pirates of the Caribbean 5 Is!

Such a Sinking Vessel Pirates of the Caribbean 5 Is!

The fifth installment of the pirate franchise is known as Pirate of the Caribbean 5 Dead Men Tell No Tales, and go along with the franchise, the moral of the movie is dead. The first movie of the franchise was an unexpected success. As is customary, the sequel was a pale imitation, and the third installment of the presumed trilogy went a bit trippy. The trilogy would have been good enough, but money makes people do…

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