Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World's End

Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World's End

Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World's End

After Dead Man's Chest, we find our heroes Will (Orlando Bloom), Elizabeth (Keira Knightley) allied with Captain Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush) in a desperate quest to free that kooky Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) from his mind-bending trap in Davy Jones' locker.

The squid-faced Jones has formed a dark alliance with Lord Beckett (Hollander) and the East India Trading Company. Their aim: to rule the seas and wipe out the last of the Pirates. But Pirates from the four corners of the globe, including the cunning Singaporean Pirate Sao Feng (Chow Yun-Fat), make a final stand. The titanic battle is a fight for their lives, fortunes and freedom-loving-Pirate ways.

Made back to back with the disappointing sequel ‘Dead Man’s Chest’, director Verbinski looks to up the spectacle again with this trilogy maker and also features the much touted cameo of Rolling Stone Keith Richards.

2007Rating: M, contains supernatural themes & violence168 minsUSA
Adventure
Director:
Gore Verbinski ('The Curse of the Black Pearl', 'Dead Man's Chest', 'The Weather Man', 'The Ring')
Writer:
Ted ElliottTerry Rossio
Cast:
Johnny DeppOrlando BloomKeira KnightleyGeoffrey RushBill NighyYun-Fat ChowTom HollanderKeith Richards

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Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World's End / Reviews

Village Voice

Village Voice

Long before the third, fourth, or fifth climax in this endless, obligatory summer diversion, I slunk into my seat in a passive, inattentive stupor, fully submitting to the fact that I hadn't the slightest idea what the hell was going on...

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Variety

Variety

The third voyage in the "Priates" trilogy could be touted as "The biggest, loudest and second-best (or second-worst) 'Pirates' ever!" -- not necessarily a ringing endorsement, but honest...

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

The good news first: Keith Richards totally rocks it playing pirate daddy to Johnny Depp's Capt. Jack Sparrow. The deep rumble of his voice and those hooded eyes that narrowly open like the creaky gates of hell make him what the rest of this three-peat is not: authentically scary...So what's the bad news? Richards is onscreen for barely two minutes...

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New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

Abandon all hope of a good time...

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Newshub

Newshub

This film is far less slapstick than its predecessors, fewer laughs making way for a more grand and epic feel... But clocking in just shy of three hours, once again audience goodwill is squandered by an over-indulgent final battle scene.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Better than part two and occasionally rising to the spirit of the original, it’s an entertaining spectacle that brings the story to satisfying conclusion – but it’s still too long and overloaded, at the expense of the comedy...

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