Armando Salazar and his Spanish Navy ghost crew has escaped from the Devil's Triangle and is determined to kill every pirate at sea. Captain Jack Sparrow , aided by a new ally, must seek the Trident of Poseidon, a powerful artifact that grants its possessor total control over the seas and defeat Salazar.
Armando Salazar and his Spanish Navy ghost crew has escaped from the Devil's Triangle and is determined to kill every pirate at sea. Captain Jack Sparrow , aided by a new ally, must seek the Trident of Poseidon, a powerful artifact that grants its possessor total control over the seas and defeat Salazar. less
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Box Office
Budget: $$230 million million
Opening Weekend: $63 million
Gross: $793.70 million
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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Audience Review
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The wait is finally over as the Pirates are back again to give a glimpse to all ya mateys out there. But and I say this with grief in my heart that I am not satisfied by what this movie has to offer. After delivering such a magnificent series its a shame that they end it with half hearted dedication. No doubt that captain Jack Sparrow is still the backbone of the movie but it seems as if the writers attempt to rejuvenate the script went wrong keeping the script mundane and shifting its axis in a way that might make you question the direction. The half hearted role of Jack Sparrow due to a poor script is just but not to the audience. Captain Jack returns, of course, although the character’s originality has gradually evolved into very nearly its opposite, a species of tired and vaguely embarrassing drag act. Given that his co-stars Keira Knightley and Orlando Bloom abandoned the franchise after the initial trilogy, Jack is supplied with a new pair of pretty, mutually attracted protagonists. Brenton Thwaites plays Henry Turner, a young adventurer who is the son of Bloom’s and Knightley’s characters. Kaya Scodelario portrays Carina Smyth, an astrologer and horologist. Javier Bardem shows up as the villainous undead pirate hunter Armando Salazar, inheriting the precise plot functions performed in previous installments by Geoffrey Rush’s Barbossa, Bill Nighy’s Davey Jones. The element of surprise that the franchise thrives upon seems to have lost amidst the wild sea. The plot twists are too bizarre and yet not too unbelievable. The movie thrives on star-power, cameos and special effects. But the visual treat of a climax will pull the wool over your eyes, and you will buy into the fantasy.