On his latest episode of Pitch Meeting, Screen Rant’s Ryan George takes aim at Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End and imagine what might have happened at Disney’s production offices. The 2007 swashbuckling trio, starring Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom, and Keira Knightley, was conceived and filmed in the final part of a two-film arc that began with 2006. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. At the time of preparation, At the end of the worldAmerica’s $ 300 million budget made it the most expensive movie ever made, a record it held until four years later, when its 2011 sequel. On Stranger Tides he took the record with a staggering $ 379 million budget in the United States. Till the date, On Stranger Tides still reigns over all Avengers movies as the most expensive movie ever made.
After the conclusion of Dead Man’s Chest, At the end of the world sees Captain Barbosa from Geoffrey Rush and Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann seek to retrieve Captain Jack Sparrow, still trapped in Davy Jones’ locker after being swallowed by the Kraken. Meanwhile, the villainous Lord Cutler Beckett continues his plan to dominate the world’s oceans with the supernatural Davy Jones now firmly under his control. With a considerable running time of 167 minutes, it has the honor of becoming the highest grossing film of 2007; however, audience reactions were mixed. A great deal of criticism was directed at the film’s meandering, often confusing plot and uneven pacing.
In the latest version of Screen Rant Launch meeting episode, Ryan George watches the film’s many absurdities, and nothing escapes unscathed. Bloated and often illogical, the third installment of the pirates of the Caribbean The franchise offers Ryan a lot of fodder. Check it out below:
Despite the commercial and critical success of the original Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl, both the quality and the audience reception of each successive entry have dropped dramatically. While the franchise has managed to generate more than $ 4.5 billion at the global box office, there is little doubt that public confidence in it pirates of the Caribbean brand has declined significantly over the years. Not just the latest movie Dead men tell no stories It rates a lousy 29% on Rotten Tomatoes, but of the five movies, only the first can boast a “Certified Fresh” rating.
Looking ahead, however, Disney looks like they aren’t quite ready to end the franchise just yet, and plans for a reboot are now well under way. Looking to cut ties with Johnny Depp’s Captain Jack Sparrow, the newest film currently in pre-production is set to star The suicide squad ‘s Margot Robbie and is scheduled to be written by her Birds of prey screenwriter Christina Hodson. We can only hope that this latest reinvention can capture some of the magic of the original film much better than Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End.
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