Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End Review

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Chase Hoven writes, Out of all the Pirates of the Caribbean movies…

Out of all the Pirates of the Caribbean movies, none have been more spectacular than Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End. In the final movie of Disney’s famous trilogy, Captain Jack (Johnny Depp) and the crew return for one last breathtaking adventure that will leave you satisfied as if you were a pirate yourself. The story begins in one of the most unusual ways that a Disney film has started. Former pirates are being hung in front of a small crowd of people. A little boy, no more than ten at the most, is holding a coin in his hand as he is about to be putto death. He starts signing a song, and all the other pirates join in. As a man pulls down the lever, releasing the floor beneath the people, the boy drops the coin and it falls down under the board. This shocked me alot, as I have seen many Disney movies and none have been more brutal in the first five minutes. However, later in the movie, you see Captain Jack wearing an identical coin to the one the boy was holding on his bandana.This may have been the same coin the boy had or possibly a replica of the mysterious coin. As the story continues, you get the full detail of “Davy Jones’ Locker” in which Captain Jack is imprisoned in. You also get to see “The World’s End” in which Captain Barbossa and the crew plunge off the side of the Earth. There are many more shocking things in this movie, but I will let you find out for yourself. This movie was a fascinating one, and I have never seen so much hard work and dedication put into this Disney movie. The explosions, the crashes and the fighting have never been so realistic. Kudos to the entire Disney company for their hard work- it payed off. Personally, I thought that this was the film that made Disney stand out from its competitors. I recently talked with some of my friends from school who had seen it, but they disagreed. Most thought that it was too long and was confusing. I agree with the confusing part- it was very hard to keep track of a character’s background and information than from the previous two movies. I also thought the movie was long, too. In some parts of the movie, it seemed as if the action was waiting, but none would come. Vice-versa, the action and excitment came at the wrong time or was introduced too early. Just to put in, I believed that they left you hanging at the end of movie, but still, that’s just my opinion.Overall, I give this film a rating of an A- for some confusing parts or delayed action. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End is out of the threaters, but you can know buy it on DVD, or rent it if you like. This movie is rated PG-13 so it is mainly for kids 13 and up.This movie will forever be remembered as a Disney classic.

6 COMMENTS

  1. Wonderful…
    Wonderful, excellent, fantastic job!! I just saw that movie on DVD yesterday! I’m really sad that there’s not going to be another one! 🙁 I do agree though that this movie was very confusing!

  2. I’m also disapointed that…
    I’m also disapointed that there isn’t another movie after this one. It kind of left you hanging at the end. O well, hopefully Disney will make movies like the Pirates trilogy. I’m glad you like it!

  3. This movie was reaally go…
    This movie was reaally good and I do agree with you about the movie being too long and confusing. Lots of information. Keep up the great work!

  4. Just to add to my last comment…
    Just to add to my last comment, I thought the crew did a fantastic job on filming this movie. Like the Harry Potter movies, it is hard to satisfy millions of people in a two hour movie that is very confusing. But, I think they did a fantastic job, anyway.

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