Pirates Of The Caribbean: Curse Of The Black Pearl (dvd) - £2.99 delivered @ Hmv
Pirates Of The Caribbean: Curse Of The Black Pearl (dvd) - £2.99 delivered @ Hmv

Pirates Of The Caribbean: Curse Of The Black Pearl (dvd) - £2.99 delivered @ Hmv

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When camp 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, filled with rope-swinging heroes, crusty villains, treasure hoards, swift swordplay, and even wittier wordplay. Screenwriters Terry Rossio and Ted Elliott have crafted one of the most clever action-movie scripts in many moons, and this gives the filmmakers and cast (especially Depp) plenty of room to cut loose. Although the skeletal pirates may be a bit frightening for small children, there's lots of humour to temper the scary moments, making PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: THE CURSE OF THE BLACK PEARL a nearly flawless fun film.


Best one IMHO:thumbsup:


Good film, i'd buy if i didnt have it already!


Already got but would recommend it to anyone at this price

Good stocking filler.

I managed to get The Curse Of The Black Pearl 3-Disc Edition (The Lost Disc) off of Amazon Marketplace for around £3.50 not too long ago, and I'm sure they're on Ebay for similar prices too. Well worth checking out, why own the single disc version when you can pay 50p extra or whatever and get a nice 3-disc edition.

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