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Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Stick to the first movie, please

    I really liked the first movie and the second movie, but the third one was just disapointing. The plot was so hard to follow that it gave me a headache trying to figure out what was going on. I wish the film's makers gave it a more simple plot. There were some scenes that I thought didn't need to be included such as the first scene when all of the pirates were singing as they were about to be hanged. What was the point in that? The Singapore scene(s) were gloomy. They should have made that a lot cleaner. It was also comfusing. In Davy Jones' locker were Jack Sparrow was, I didn't get why all those crabs would be there. so much of the dialogue is implied to the viewers--much referring to the last two movies. The plot twists and turns and at the end of the movie, you have to think "What's the point of the movie when it ends like this?"
    In all the middle of the action, Will and Elizabeth are struggling with their love, and there is just not enough time in the (rather long) movie for their romance--it's all "Blow up their ship!" and whatnot. I LOVE Orlando and Keira and the movie would be sooooo much better if it had a little more romance and less fighting fishy looking things.
    In conclusion, I say skip At World's End and watch the first two instead. don't waste your money

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    Posted October 24, 2009

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