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Plot: After Elizabeth, Will, and Captain Barbossa rescue Captain Jack Sparrow from the the land of the dead, they must face their foes, Davy Jones and Lord Cutler Beckett. Beckett, now with control of Jones' heart, forms a dark alliance with him in order to rule the seas and wipe out the last of the Pirates. Now, Jack, Barbossa, Will, Elizabeth, Tia Dalma, and crew must call the Pirate Lords from the four corners of the globe, including the infamous Sao Feng, to gathering. The Pirate Lords want to release the goddess Calypso, Davy Jones's damned lover, from the trap they sent her to out of fear, in which the Pirate Lords must combine the 9 pieces that bound her by ritual to undo it and release her in hopes that she will help them fight. With this, all pirates will stand together and will make their final stand for freedom against Beckett, Jones, Norrington, the Flying Dutchman, and the entire East India Trading Company. Runtime: 169 mins Release Date: 31 May 2007
As awesome a finale as anyone could have hoped for... (by Imrak)
If you, like me, were disappointed by the over-hyped, sloppy and disappointing returns of Shrek and Spiderman in the first two mega-threquels of the summer, then I have good news for you. One third entry in a huge cinema franchise is every bit as good as you would expect.While lacking the surprise of the original, the third Pirates film is much better than the second though I liked it, I thought it had too many jokes and gags; a lot of the heart in the first was missing it seemed . Its lengthier, and not in a slowed-down way. Longer meaning more action, more characters Chow Yun Fat and <more>
Keith Richards are awesome , and a final battle so enriched with awesome design, careful choreography and stunning visual effects it will blow your mind.The cast is great, the thrills all first-rate. I don't want to give away any of the surprises and great moments to die-hard fans like myself. Just trust me: this summer spend your buck on Pirates...it's worth it!!!!
Excellent... The best action / fantasy film (by Smurf-9)
I absolutely loved this film. It sucked you in right from the beginning and held you to the very end make sure wait through the screen credits . The real photography was beautiful with stunning locations. The CG was some of the best I've seen. This film is often bright and pleasing to the eye unlike many others. Special effects?? awesome! The sets / ships were proof of the attention to detail of the art and construction departments. The story and the way it was acted out just couldn't have been better. It was exciting, maybe a little scary for the little ones and often times very <more>
funny. I can't imagine the amount of research involved putting this all together.
This movie was by far the best from the trilogy! I left the house this evening, with little hope. The second POC sucked, and was way too long + the story was just bad. When I came out of the cinema after 3 hours and a bit, I could not stop talking about this fresh, and very surprising movie. It is by far more violent than the prequels, and the special effects are way more impressive. Jack Sparrow as usual amazing, but he did not have to "carry" this movie as much as the other two. Outstanding acting from all the cast, especially Tia Dalma, Barbossa and Keira. And You have got to <more>
LOVE that monkey!A million times better than Spieder Man 3, so go watch it! NOW!
This is a fantastic ending to a great trilogy. I know many were disappointed with the 2nd installment, but you will not be disappointed by this one! I think it's equivalent to the 1st in quality.The battle scenes are AMAZING and the new and old characters are perfect. Johnny Depp delivers as usual but the addition of Keith Richards as his dad sealed the deal at least for me anyway . The twists and turns of this movie keep you guessing and sitting at the edge of your seat.THIS IS A MOVIE NOT TO BE MISSED!!! ***there is a scene at the end of the credits so don't forget to stay!!!!
Nobody move! I've dropped me brain! (by ozq)
I adored POTC 1, was a bit disappointed in POTC 2 mainly the ending and found POTC 3 to be a mix of the previous two. The awesome music is still in place, it's a bit faster paced than 2 even with sections of dialogue in place , and the majority of characters get their come-uppance. There's heaps of sword fights and more cannons than I've seen in my life. The special effects are seamless and mix with great cinematography and top notch costumes & makeup. Many characters are more fully fleshed out, which was nice to see.However the ending is NOT pure Disney, which surprised me <more>
somewhat. Major characters die, and all is not rosy sunsets and fluffy kittens. That was a bit of a surprise, a couple of characters seemed to just disappear and there's an obvious link left open for another movie. Whether it's made or not is another thing entirely and unlikely from what I hear .One more point... stay until the end of the credits for an interesting extra scene.
A proper epic Â– the best part of the trilogy. (by Xander77)
The first two movies were warm-up. Setting up the mythology, background, characters and gags. This is the big payoff. And it works so well.There are oft repeated complaints about the movie Â– too much stuff/plot/characters, a lot of talk and repetition of things already done in the previous movies. Actually, these are the movies strengths.It's a movie by fans, for fans. Well, I'm not sure if these are the proper termsÂ… it's a movie by someone who loves the setting and characters, for people who love the setting and characters. It rewards you for paying attention to minute <more>
details, including those from the last movies, as well as character motivation and mythology. It does not reward ignoring the "talky" parts while waiting for the next action sequence and then getting confused about the "overtly intricate" plot.Yes, nearly every plot hook, character, and plenty of gags from the last movies are brought up again. The plot threads are more or less neatly tied together, each character gets the fate s/he deserves and the gagsÂ… ah, those, are where the movie really inherits a great boon from the last two films. Each gag is used once or twice, to the fullest potential, and then dismissed before it overstays its welcome, or taken into an entirely new context. Only with that kind of legacy can a movie send an audience into fits of laughter merely by having a character beckon a dog to him and say "Sea Turtles".Every element has been fine tuned to near perfection. There's only one full blown swashbuckling/naval combat scene Â– at the climax, where it belongs. And having waited an entire movie for it, I find it hard to imagine an audience member that would not be overwhelmed and swept along. All the double, triple and quadruple crosses are in place, and they are fascinating. Not only are you always unsure of just which side each character is playing, but the negotiation and parlay scenes are filmed in the same manner as the action scenes Â– and it WORKS.Comparisons to Return of the King are nearly inevitable, regarding various aspects of the film, but the most pretient, in my opinion is that this is the first movie in the series which actually creates the feeling that the heroes and the action are in another world, one of swashbuckling myth and wonder - the sort of feeling you got from any given LoTR movie. Another RotK comparison as well as a favorable comparison to the first two Pirate movies - the movie is long. Some scenes could have been shorter. But there are absolutely no scenes that feel as though they are going on too long. There are no "fight on the wheel" or "drowning Will" scenes that go "meanwhile, are heroes are doing the exact same thing they've been doing for the last 5 minutes".Shortcomings? The huge chunk of unwieldy exposition shoved into the beginning of the movie, a bit of overacting from Rush, and Chow Yun-Fat's characters should have been given more to do, or cut out altogether. Other than that, this film is excellent, and a fitting end to the trilogy, right down to the humorous/bittersweet/ the road goes ever on and on, ending.
Just finished viewing a private screening of the final chapter of the Pirates of the Caribbean and can confirm it does not disappoint.The original is still the best but 'At World's End' completes the trilogy on a high note.Johnny Depp continues to shine as Captain Jack and Chow Yun Fat makes a huge impact as Captain Sao Feng. Academy Award winner Geoffrey Rush returns as Barbossa and his exclusion from most of the 2nd movie was the reason it was my least favorite out of the whole trilogy. Keira Knightly and Orlando Bloom complete the All-star class and do an OK job as their <more>
respective characters.The whole film build up to the final battle which is one of the finest since the Lord of the Rings. If your a Pirates of the Carribbean Fan, this one is not to be missed.8/10
Despite its many flaws, the movie still left me hungry for more. (by Boba_Fett1138)
The Pirates of the Caribbean-movie serials is probably one I'll never grow tired off. The characters are fun and great, always adventurous and spectacular to watch. It's really too bad that this time they felt the need to make things even bigger, more complex and conclusive than the previous two movies. Really not needed. In my opinion the first movie "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" is still the best because of the reason that it's simple, fun and choices to be purely entertaining. They already went wrong with this approach during the second <more>
movie; "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest", when they put in more new characters and different hard to follow plot lines. "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" goes on in the same trend as the previous movie. There are more new characters and as far as the new many plot-lines are concerned...well let me just say that after a while I just gave up trying to understand the movie and just let the movie take me away with its visuals, humor and other entertaining elements. And this movie regardless should really be able to take you away on a roller-coaster-ride of pure entertainment.No doubt in my mind that this movie could had become the best one out of the series. It had all the potential and budget for that, now if they had only cut down about halve of the script...Most of the plot-lines seem redundant and are actually far from believable because they contradict from what happened in the first two movies. The many betrayals among characters and side-picking became really confusing after a while, till it reached a point when you just didn't knew who was fighting for what. But like I said before, after a while you just stop caring about it and simply enjoy the movie for what it brings you. It all is also the reason why the movie is now nearly 3 hours long. Now the movie is not as good and entertaining as the first but maybe just slightly better than the second one, because of the large scale of this movie. The movie is definitely big. There is no lack of action as some people claim there is. There is just as much action as there is in the first two movies, only difference this time is that the movie is nearly 3 hours long and therefor the movie also has some more talking-sequences and slower moments in it.The movie is also big with its musical score by Hans Zimmer and he actually succeeded in composing a new great theme for the movie. In its action moments the movie gets definitely uplifted by its musical score.The action sequences are definitely well constructed and at times pure eye candy. So are the special effects, although I feel that the second movie was still better on that. It seems like they tried to overdo things this time and I'm mainly talking about the end battle, when it comes down to its special effects, by putting in some complex shots. No matter how good CGI is these days, you still see that it's CGI. Most roles get extended in this movie. Marty, Tia Dalma and even Jack the monkey and Cotton's parrot. But of course the movie still remains the Jack Sparrow-show. Really one of the best characters in recent years, all thanks to Johnny Depp, who provide the movie with its biggest laughs and most hilarious absurd moments. He still plays the character as good and fresh as he did for the first time 4 years ago. You can't just ever grow tired of Jack Sparrow. I was also very pleased to see Geoffrey Rush back as Barbossa. His role was bigger which allowed Geoffrey Rush to shine even more. Bill Nighy was also as good as always as Davy Jones. Orlando Bloom's and Keira Knightley's acting also has really improved over the years. I was actually surprised to see how much of the movie Keira Knightley carries this time and how well she does this. Even in the sequences with Geoffrey Rush she does. She also gets to do more interesting in the movie when it comes done to action. In a way she has taken over the Will Orlando Bloom role in this movie this time and Will himself gets pushed more to the background this time compared to the first two movies, which really shouldn't bother most people, unless you're a teenage-girl of course. She handles both the action- and comical sequences really well. And even Keith Richards shows up in an already classic cameo as Jack's father. But some role also got narrowed down to my regret, such as Jonathan Pryce's and Jack Davenport's and lets not forget the Kraken.Still, I really wouldn't mind seeing more Pirates of the Caribbean movies in the future, if needed with new actors and characters, as long as Johnny Depp stays as Jack Sparrow. The serials still have more than enough potential and haven't dried up yet.8/10http://bobafett1138.blogspot.com/
Extremely entertaining, if a little bemusing! (by Tomw343-1)
The third film was always going to be the most explosive, and my god, it does deliver. At the very beginning, you are thrown into a very complex, but nevertheless entertaining plot, and the movie grabs you by the scruff of the neck and takes you through just under 3 hours worth of adrenaline filled fun.Laughs are plenty, and although the film is much much darker than the previous two, it never loses its comedic value. In the major battle scene near the end, a war was being fought, but the jokes and little sketches provided plenty of laughs. The Characters? Depp is amazing as usual, and <more>
you're almost wanting him in every scene! Keira and Bloom are much improved, and Barbarossa is a very welcome return. Adding to that, the cameos from Keith Richards and an increasingly influential role for Barbarossa's Monkey! However, the film's plot is rather confusing - after 1 or so hours, you might find yourself thinking "what?!" as yet another twist is revealed, but although very complex, you'll never lose complete control of what is happening.Overall, this film is not quite as good as th first, but it shat's all over Pirates of the Caribbean 2 in my opinion. The action is superb, The characters are much improved, added to the genius that is Jack Sparrow. It's genuinely entertaining and funny, and although the plot is in places too complex, it draws you in for the long running time.8 - 8.5/10