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Plot: Once again we're plunged into the world of sword fights and "savvy" pirates. Captain Jack Sparrow is reminded he owes a debt to Davy Jones, who captains the flying Dutchman, a ghostly ship, with a crew from hell. Facing the "locker" Jack must find the heart of Davy Jones but to save himself he must… Runtime: 151 min Release Date: 07 Jul 2006
As a sequel, it had much to live up to the glory of the first film, and personally, I thought it had done rather well. The special effects on Bill Nighy Davey Jones and his pirate crew was perhaps the best; it was very realistic. The movie had a bit of a slow start, but overall was a wonderful film. Johnny Depp did well in his portrayal of Captain Jack Sparrow, as previously in the first film. Keira Knightley and Bill Nighy were also of mentionable performances. I thought Orlando Bloom was a little wooden, as I thought of his performance in the first film, but still believable and he <more>
managed to pull it off. The ending which was rather interesting, served its purpose in suspense. It left the audience hanging, and it also left me hanging in a buzz of questions. I'm extremely eager to see the next Pirates of Caribbean film. However, the film did contain quite a number of references to the first film, The Curse of the Black Pearl, and I advise you to recap your knowledge of the first film and re-watch it to get the gist. Overall, I believed the second Pirates of Carribbean was a rather good film, and very successful in standards of sequels. I can't wait for the third.
I saw this movie at a test screening this week. I really enjoyed the first Pirates of the Caribbean film, I own it, love it, and have watched it many times. Our of all the movies I have seen this summer Superman, Cars, Da Vinci Code, X3, & Click , I have found Pirates to keep me the most entertained. I would say it is comparable to Empire Strikes Back. Depp has Sparrow nailed to a perfect part. While Bloom is not as good, the part he plays in the film is very important. Everyone does a very good job at their part, especially Mr. Gibbs who seems to be the pirate narrator for those of us <more>
who do not know about things such as the Kracken . I would say that if you go to see one movie at all this summer, you should see Pirates:Dead Man's Chest. The CGI is incredible. Davy Jones is the best bad guy since Vader. Depp is a perfect Han Solo match and Knightly has the sass of Leia. I think that anyone who does not feel impressed with this film did not understand what they were going to see; a sequel to a fun, summer, popcorn movie with scary effects, interesting twists, and many surprises. Time your bathroom breaks, or don't have them at all. The first part of the film is the only place I would ever go back to the restroom. Sit down, have fun, and enjoy the movie. Pirates:DMC is the only movie I would go back to see again at the theatres so far this year.
I have been to see this movie twice, and it has only been out in Australia for two days. I am an enormous Johnny Depp fan and so of course I had to see the very first session of this movie. The main question I wanted answered was, "Would this movie live up to the legend that was The Curse of the Black Pearl?"I am pleased to tell you that not only does this movie live up to the BP, it exceeds it. DMC is amazing!! The acting is exquisite, the special effects are astonishing, the music is inspiring, the jokes are endless, the storyline is flawless and the ending leaves you satisfied <more>
though still wanting more and wishing that we were just a little bit closer to May, 2007.The characters in this film are just as amazing and intricate as the first. There are the main characters, each with their goals, priorities and little quirks to go along with it.The costumes and sets are amazing. Each character has an individual quality and looks authentic for their person. The islands of the Caribbean act as a playground for each scene, complimenting the storyline and actors.I heard a bad review of this movie before it's premiere date and I thought I may be in for a disappointment. How wrong I was.Go and see this movie as soon as you can. It will push fans of the first film to further heights and will make fans of those who haven't seen the first though I cannot imagine why they haven't . Gore Verbinski has yet again gone above and beyond and Jerry Bruckheimer has delivered another great film. I only wish that one day I too can direct as well as this.
Better than the first, and that's saying something (by Jozxyqk)
I will firstly say that after seeing the trailer and previews for this film I had serious doubts. I was afraid that the producers would just try to cash in on the original's success, and forget about any content.I was pleasantly proved wrong.This is the most fun I've had in the cinema in the longest time. I can't remember the last time I was so entertained.Although it is a bit slow at times, and a bit predictable although fun in it's predictability , it hardly lets up and continuously entertains.If you loved the original, you will DEFINITELY love this film. The ending not <more>
only makes you laugh, it makes you think "What the hell?" and will make you eagerly anticipate major understatement the third installment.There are some great lines, the same fun characters, an inventive and fun story, and some brilliantly staged action sequences.In summation: SEE IT! See it on the big screen. If you miss it, you will surely regret it.
I just came out of the movie 30 minutes ago as it was released a day before America over here .The movie is visually stunning - the CGI is top rate and you won't spend the whole film groaning about how fake things appear on the screen.Acting was brilliant. Johnny Depp once again proves why he's the only man alive who can play the role of Cap. Jack Sparrow. There's a great number of returning characters from the first film - including a couple I was very happy to see again.My only fault was perhaps that this film lack a certain 'heart' that the first film had, which I <more>
believe came because the first film was something very different, which of course this film couldn't contend with.That aside, you will hardly notice it. There's a good plot, wonderful sets, great acting and plenty of laughs. One of the best films I've seen all year thus far - can't wait for the 3rd one!
Arriving hours early was worth it to be first in line to see this film - As good as, if not better than the first film, special effects abound, sinister new characters are uncovered, spectacular stunts and fights on several occasions, all with an unexpected cliffhanger ending only adding to the suspense of waiting a year the third in the series! This will not disappoint!I have dubbed this the "Empire Strikes Back" of our era even if some friends of mine consider that to be either an overstatement of the film or an understatement of Star Wars , but never the less this was a <more>
fantastic film which I'll be seeing more than I saw the first film, which, if I told you how many times I saw it, you'd all tell me to go get a life. I have deliberately not explained the story unto you all and instead am writing of its wonder, in the hope that you will all go and see it!!! p.s. no, I am not Jerry Bruckheimer or Gore Verbinski endorsing this film
Dead Man's Chest is great entertainment (by samseescinema)
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest reviewed by Sam Osbornrating: 3.0 out of 4More, more, more seems to be the theme running through Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest. There's more adventure, more violence, more pirates, and more myth. Not to mention that two and a half hour running length. But while Superman Returns may have dragged some in its 150 minutes, Pirates hurtles along at a pace only expected from the offspring of a Disneyland theme-ride, rarely slowing for piddling bits of nonsense like, oh say, story. Of course, story's not the point of these <more>
flicks and it surely doesn't have to be. There's entertainment enough to be had without all the other hodgepodge. And Pirates 2, for all its expansion, manages to dodge common sequelitis pitfalls. It doesn't overdose on a memorable character from the original cough, Matrix Revolutions, cough or over-broaden it's scope cough, Matrix Reloaded,cough . Dead Man's Chest is a continuation of the original Pirates adventure, just with a couple extra unmarked sails tacked onto its deck. The plot has something to do with ole' Captain Jack Sparrow Johnny Depp, of course and his debt to Davy Jones Bill Nighy . Debts, as we've all learned by now, are not things Mr. Sparrow is most proficient at repaying. The Dead Man's Chest factors in as it holds Mr. Jones' beating heart, which was ravaged by the likes of a lady whom he loved in the past. The English Navy blowhards also seem to be after the chest, and blackmail William Turner Orlando Bloom to seek out Capt. Jack's magic compass, which supposedly points toward the treasure. Held in a cell is Will's fiancé, Elizabeth Swan Kiera Knightley , under charges of assisting Capt. Jack in the franchise's last swashbuckler. What it boils down to is a mottled mess of a chase to find the key to Davey Jones' chest, and avoiding his gargantuan beast, the Kraken. The myth itself wrings deeper than the original's, with Davey Jones and his seafood cohorts rendered with an unholy amount of CGI goodness to make them squirm convincingly in all their scaly, slippery evil. But the plot doesn't hold much water, same as the first, though plot was never the point. As long as it paints a tastily mythological backdrop for our pirates to plunder, we're kept smiling. And even though the picture has all the weight of a paperclip, the franchise has at least matured since it's last time around. The mood has thickened and no longer can we tell that the film is a shameless translation of its Disneyland ride. Writers Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio take efforts to develop each of our three heroes separately, using individual sub-plots to fill in the otherwise empty molds left dry from the original. Will Turner has a family reunion with his father Stellan Skarsgard , enslaved by Davy Jones and appearing as though he's slowly evolving into a starfish. Will's fiancé, Ms. Swan, escapes from her cell and hides as a stowaway on a trade vessel. And Jack, of course still functioning as the star of the show, develops his slimier persona with delectable cowardice and deception. Ironic that the teenagers of America have chosen Mr. Sparrow as their most prized character in film. Oh, wait, that honor instead belongs to Napoleon Dynamite. Perhaps we should be nervous about our country's future? Anyway, along with the characters the adventure is also thickened heartily; though probably not by consequence of the writing, but instead because of the greatly inflated budget. Our friends are volleyed about the seas, facing the enormous sea monster, the Kraken, whose plunger-like tentacles crumple vessels like copy-paper. Swordplay is more indulgent too, with Verbinksi going so far as to mount a chivalric swordfight inside a huge, rolling waterwheel as it bounces along the island's foliage. Verbinski juggles these stunts with ease, proving once again his film-making versatility. If you'll remember all the way back to last October I know, in Hollywood-time nine months is an epoch Verbinski made a quiet, gloomy little character study called The Weather Man. And before that, Verbinski also directed The Ring and Captain Jack's first adventure in 2003. Yup, this guy's the real deal. In the waterwheel sequence, Verbinski chooses not to succumb to any mere CGI trickery, and mounts a camera on the wheel's axis to show that at one point he forced Johnny Depp and Orlando Bloom to swordfight on a giant spinning wooden wheel. And he's more artistic than your typical Brett Ratner-esquire director, finding a visual aesthetic perfect for a pirate's tale. But art and pretentious critic fodder aside, Dead Man's Chest is great entertainment. It's rich and exciting and chock-full of Captain Jack-isms for high schoolers to repeat over and again. And the life of pirates is still a chunk of history that Hollywood has been unwilling to bite into for a while. Pirates of the Caribbean, for all its feathery, lightweight fun, gorges on this chunk and keeps us hooked on the adventure, waiting along with all the local eighth and ninth graders next year for the midnight showing of Captain Jack's trilogy capper.
There is in this picture one virtue that covers everything else - this is a story. I compare this film with chess - after every turn or word of this or that hero the situation changes dramatically and the alignment of forces acquires a new character.Better than anyone can manipulate the moves of Jack Sparrow. He is very sensitive to the nerve of conversation, instantly assesses the situation and gives a decent response to any "gifts" of fate. From the first viewing it is difficult to realize how profound the film is.Behind external beauty, a good game of actors hides a famously <more>
twisted, dynamic and very clever plot.Everyone who does not like the picture, I advise you to review it more carefully, listening to the dialogue of the characters and trying to understand the motives of their actions. I assure you will get a real pleasure! An outstanding film!
Some blockbuster movies pretend to be more than they actually are. They sometimes even try to be philosophical. 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest', thank goodness, does no such thing. From start to finish, it practically flaunts the fact that it is pure and utter entertainment, comic yet breathtaking. The slapstick comedy involving the various sequences on the cannibal island and the water mill are amusing, the scenes at sea with the Flying Dutchman and the Kraken draw gasps, and, as ever, the antics of Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow brings endless pleasure. Keira <more>
Knightley as Elizabeth Swann does her share too, but Orlando Bloom as William Turner is still somewhat...wooden, perhaps because of the insipid character that he plays. His almost idiotic chivalry and goodness simply does not click with the mischievous magnetism that Jack Sparrow and Elizabeth Swann delivers. He still does amuse from time to time, however. The supporting cast is truly stellar; Bill Nighy as Captain Davy Jones, Stellan Skarsgard as Bill 'Boostrap' Turner and Naomie Harris as Tia Dalma are simply brilliant. Bill Nighy delivers his lines with aplomb, smacking his lips as if he relishes each syllable. Stellan Skarsgard is completely believable as the wretched Bootstrap Bill, a man who has fallen to the depths as far as he can go, and yet can still find the strength to endure it all in the love he has for his son, William. Naomie Harris is just as charismatic as the former two, but her charisma is not menacing or stoic but mysterious and even alluring. When she grins her black-toothed grin, one cannot help but grin along with her. In the end, 'Dead Man's Chest' is a roller-coaster-ride of a movie that thoroughly exploits every minute of its two-and-a-half-hour running time, ending with a final cliffhanger that leaves people feeling excited yet frustrated. Remember when you watched 'Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring' and realized that you would have to wait another year for 'The Two Towers'? Like that. NB. If you have the patience, stay till the end of credits. It's mildly amusing.