Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End DVD Review
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End stars Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightly - and it's now available on DVD!
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End - Rescue Mission
We last left the crew of the Black Pearl in a bit of a fractured state. In order to save everyone else's lives, Elizabeth Swann left Jack Sparrow for Davy Jones' enormous squid-friend, The Kraken. Captain Jack has since been trapped in Davy Jones' Locker, a place devoid of anything at all. Elizabeth, Will Turner, Captain Barbossa and the rest of their motley crew are now bent on getting Jack back. They just need a little help from Singaporean pirate Captain Sao Feng.
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End - Pirate's Unite!
On top of needing to find Jack, the pirates of the world are facing obliteration by the East India Trading Company - which has aligned itself with the unstoppable Davy Jones! If the pirate lords don't ban together to face this threat, Lord Beckett and his ruthless followers could take control of the seas forever. But can you ever get a bunch of back-stabbing pirates to trust one another?
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End - Song of the Sea
Some sailing across the world and a few betrayals later, the Black Pearl crew is back in a battle for their lives. This time though, Elizabeth has been voted (with a little help from Jack Sparrow) as the Pirate King. Elizabeth has come a long way since her fainting days in the first Pirates flick and her fierce leadership is what manages to hold everyone together. But can they really defeat a fleet of hundreds with nothing more than some rickety old boats and some determination? Apparently an all out war in the middle of an intense storm is the only way to find out - so get ready for some serious special effects action!
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End - DVD Features
The Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End DVD comes in a two-disc special edition that's packed with cool features like Bloopers of the Caribbean, Anatomy of a Scene: The Maelstrom, five individual documentaries highlighting the design teams behind this immense production, and The Pirate Code: Revealed, explores the pirate code and the history of piracy. There's also tons more stuff that makes this DVD a must-have for any Pirates of the Caribbean fan!
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End - Bottom Line
Just like the first two Pirates flicks, At World's End is a special effects extravaganza. Davy Jones and his half-man/half-sea creature crew are back for more creepy, crawly fun, the fights are spectacular, and the landscapes are breathtaking. The story is better than the second movie, but it still lacks any real structure. Essentially a bunch of pirates needs to save one of their own and they face fight after fight to do it. But who doesn't like a good pirate fight? Oh - and Keith Richards rolling out as Captain Jack's dad is priceless. Check out the movie just to see how authentic a pirate an aging Rolling Stone can be! Pirates should definitely be on the top of your must-see movies list.
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