Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003 film) Explained | Reviews


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IMDb                        8.0/10☆ (Votes: 1,013,956)
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Release Date :    Jul 9, 2003 Wide
Hindi                      Yes
English                   Yes
In                            2D, 3D
Director            Gore Verbinski
Run Time   02:23:18
Rating Symbol     PG-13 , Adventure Violence
Writer         Ted Elliott, Terry Rossio
Awards                    Nominated for 5 Oscars, Another 38 wins and 99 nominations
Age                     14+
Genres       Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Budget       $ 140 million
Box Office         $ 654.3 million
Studio:                     Buena Vista Pictures Distribution
Production companyWalt Disney Pictures, Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Produced by         Jerry Bruckheimer
Starring     Johnny Depp, Geoffrey Rush, Orlando Bloom, Keira Knightley, Jonathan Pryce
GamesNo Available : Google Play Store
Cinematography Dariusz Wolski
Country                 United States
Language           English,
Music Director  Klaus Badelt
Filming LocationBequia, St Vincent and the Grenadines

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003 film)

Film Explained

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003 film) is my favorite movie of all time number one let me tell you. Why, why Pirates of the Caribbean the curse of the Black Pearl is my favorite movie of all time and yes just like Braveheart. I reviewed this movie quite a few years ago.

I need to do my favorite movie of all time justice so let’s do it again so in Pirates of the Caribbean the curse of the Black Pearl we have Elizabeth Swann played by Keira Knightley and she’s the daughter of governor Swann played by Jonathan Pryce in the British colony of Port Royal in the Caribbean during the mid 18th century although society wants her to be still be pretty.

Where ridiculously tight corsets and marry well in this case being – Commodore James Norrington played by Jack Davenport secretly Elizabeth Swann. Yearns for a life of adventure her first taste of adventure came eight years. Earlier on her crossing from England. Where she witnessed the evil pirate ship known as the Black Pearl. This is where she met a boy named Will Turner. Who was found amongst the wreckage left by the Black Pearl with a pirate medallion.

Back to our main story when Elizabeth falls in the water with the medallion. The medallion calls out to the Black Pearl which is under the rule of evil Captain Barbossa played by Geoffrey Rush. Who come to Port Royal to raid pillage and plunder and kidnap Elizabeth Swann along with the medallion Will Turner. Now an adult played by Orlando Bloom decides to take measures into his own hands and go after the Black Pearl.

However, he’s gonna need some help and that help comes in the form of Jack Sparrow Captain Jack. Sparrow sorry Captain Jack Sparrow played by Johnny Depp. Who seems to know an awful lot about the Black Pearl and the mysterious curse behind it so. the two embark on their quest to find the Black Pearl and save Elizabeth. so is Pirates of the Caribbean the curse of the Black Pearl still worth a watch today if you ask me.

I’m going to say yes because Pirates of the Caribbean the curse of the Black Pearl is my number one favorite movie of all time and maybe it’s just the people I’ve been talking to but I don’t know anyone. Else with that opinion it seems to be a very unpopular opinion to say that this movie is your favorite movie of all time. But I can’t lie to you guys this is it now I will admit I do understand that this film has some plot holes I can see them.

That is a perfect blending of actor and role Johnny Depp was born to play Jack Sparrow and you know the whole Keith Richards impersonation thing was brought on by Johnny Depp. He said you know what rock stars are kind of like pirates or at least pirates would have been acting like rock stars back in the day. They would have just had all this chauvinism attitude and they would have been like celebritie

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