Sunday, November 8, 2015

Cinema Special Pirate Week: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

Following Yesterday's post about Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, we continue today with At World's End which somehow concludes the preceding episode.

Story: Elizabeth is feeling guilty for letting Jack die on his boat. At the same time, Will keeps his distance from her after seeing her good bye forever kiss to the pirate. When Tia Dalma proposes to go get Jack back from the dead, they all jump on the occasion and embark for the unknown world of death led by Captain Barbossa who Tia has brought back from the dead already.
But every one of them has a particular reason to want to bring the pirate back to life. 
During this time, Lord Cutler Beckett, who controls the Davy Jones by detaining his heart, kills everyone related to piracy with the help of the Flying Dutch Man.

My Feelings: This one really conclude the previous pretty well, but the betrayal after betrayal after betrayal was really strange and a bit hard to follow from a character's point of view. They all had something they really wanted, but I didn't see how it fell into their relationship. For example, I thought Elizabeth might have been better with Jack as he and Will kept apart from most of the movie. Already in the previous one he ignored her quite a bit while going for the chest. Then everything really goes crazy and I wondered where lay their sense of honor they seemed to be so proud of in the previous episodes. 
On the other side, the story of the Captain of the Flying Dutch man and Callisto and how the heart works was really well done.

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