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Johnny Depp falls apart in cursed fifth Pirates of the Caribbean movie

25 May 2017, 01:28 | Mandy Simon

Johnny Depp falls apart in cursed fifth Pirates of the Caribbean movie

Johnny Depp falls apart in cursed fifth Pirates of the Caribbean movie

Also on the hunt for the Trident is the undead pirate-hunter Captain Armando Salazar (Javier Bardem), who has a history with Sparrow, because what's an undead villain in these films without a vendetta against Jack Sparrow?

Scodelario says she was very shy and insecure.

As far as POTC movies go, this is hardly the worst of the lot.

And the great casting continues with the gorgeous and talented Kaya Scodelario (The Maze Runner).

But even if you haven't seen any of the previous entries in this initially entertaining but sometimes overblown and sometimes meandering Disney moneymaker, "Dead Men" works well enough as a stand-alone, swashbuckling comedic spectacle, thanks to the terrific performances, some ingenious practical effects, impressive CGI and a steady diet of PG-13 dialogue peppered with not particularly sophisticated but (I have to admit) fairly amusing sexual innuendo.

"We were so busy with the scale of the storytelling", Rush said. Thankfully, Rønning and Sandberg also know how to limit the amount of insane slapstick and overblown action sequences that made later Pirates \/em sequels drag: an opening act bank heist feeds the franchise tradition of elaborate chase sequences, but most of the other big action scenes are organically woven into the storyline, so that they don\u0027t feel contrived and formulaic, and are generally fun to watch. "He's the only character who doesn't have an arc in the movie and he doesn't learn a thing", Ronning says.

Andrew Barker, Variety: "Lackluster as it is, Dead Men Tell No Tales is not an aggressively unpleasant time at the cinema".

"It was great because the Gold Coast was my childhood beach holiday stomping ground". "Throwing "Lear" in the mix while I was shooting "Pirates" while having childhood memories was a heavy time".

That was Memorial Day weekend of 2011, a long time ago. "And then he would do something completely different filming the scene, but that was the fun of it". "The bottom line for me is how can you apply the best imaginative, hopefully original, non-stereotypical approaches to storytelling".

Rush was always the unsung MVP of the series.

"No matter how the critics respond, it will be the moviegoers who have the ultimate power to make this film a hit and Johnny Depp could see a return to form after a series of box office disappointments and, unfortunately, very publicly exposed personal issues", said Paul Dergarabedian, a senior media analyst for comScore.

"There has to be some ego all, and there has to be some solitude", he muses.

Matt Prigge, Metro: "It takes a ton of plot, too many characters and scene after scene after scene of people standing around talking exposition to get Salazar and Sparrow back together, at which point it just pelts them with endless CGI nonsense". The character who once seemed so ingenious is here reduced to a one-dimensional clown. Check out the video below, and let us know what you think.

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