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“The first and best of the Pirates movies remains a visceral delight. The first movie in years to try and use the Pirate motif did so wonderfully, exploiting all of the stereotypes
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“I am definitely not a pirate movie fan, but I had to see this one since Johnny was in it. As many times as I have seen this movie, I really don't understand some of it (dummy me)
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“If you want a movie series where each movie seemed worse than the last... there's Pirates of the Caribbean.  The other two movies seemed to forget what it was that was so
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“If there's ever a movie that shows us previews aren't worth judging a film by, this would be it.  Pirates of the Caribbean didn't look like much, but upon watching it... the
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Loosely inspired by the time-honored Disney theme-park ride, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: THE CURSE OF THE BLACK PEARL is a swashbuckling high-seas tale directed by Gore Verbinski. When Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp), an eccentric rogue, arrives at Port Royal, he barely avoids going down with his ship. Soon enough, he's in the market for a new one, but not before he saves the life of Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley), the beautiful daughter of the governor (Jonathan Pryce). This act of bravery sets into motion a sweeping adventure involving Elizabeth's childhood friend, blacksmith Will Turner (Orlando Bloom); a mysterious medallion; and a legendary pirate ship, the Black Pearl. The Pearl's mottled Captain Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush) wants Elizabeth's doubloon necklace, and when she's kidnapped by the ol' salty dog and his crew, Sparrow and young Will must rescue her and find out the truth behind the ship's curse.

Verbinski's PIRATES is a welcome throwback to Hollywood offerings of yesteryear, fi...
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Director: Gore Verbinski
Genre: Sci-Fi, Fantasy
Release Date: July 9, 2003
MPAA Rating: PG-13
DVD Release Date: December 2, 2003
Runtime: 143 minutes
Studio: Walt Disney Pictures
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