0 out of 0 users found this helpful When They Brought in Davy Jones...
When they brought in Davy Jones they brought this film series right down to his locker. Sadly, film makers couldn't stave off the urge to capitalize on a perfectly wonderful, $654,264,015 film. They had to make two more movies that were baaaaaaaaaaaaaad. This film and the one before it made a single fatal mistake: they made Jack Sparrow a main character. "Wait," you say, "he was a main character in the first movie which you called 'a perfectly wonderful... film'". Yes, that is true; I did call it that, but Jack Sparrow was only a mascot that had little interference with the actual plot of the first film. He was a likable buffoon that was everyone's favorite character. He didn't really DO anything. In this film, however, Gore Verbinski attempts to make him into a Shakespearean tragic hero, who even says a serious line in this film (that truly killed it for me). Aside from that, this film also suffers from a terrible heavy metal score, which sadly fits right in with the story. Speaking of the story, it too makes little sense, its very much like the writer just took out some old ideas he had, and cut and pasted them into the script. It truly makes the film a chaotic mess, and really makes the viewer sick to their stomach. As a matter of fact, the only good thing I can say about this film is that it is better then its predecessor.
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