Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

6.8 IMDb
11 May 2017 Release
$ 230 000 000 Budget
129 min Duration
Genres:Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Director:Joachim Rønning
Writer:Jeff Nathanson
13 Votes

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Captain Salazar, a deadly ghost escapes the Devil's triangle with his crew and is taking over the seas in search of his arch-rival and author of all his pain, Jack Sparrow. In the meantime, Jack is approached by a boy who needs to locate the Trident of Poseidon, something he believes only Sparrow can help him find. Carina Smyth an astronomer and horologist joins the team to help them find something she believes her father had always wanted her to find. Jack's only hope is to find the mythical Trident of Poseidon, who's master gets control of all the seas, or so it's said.

Movie Comments

  1. Samiam3, 1 month ago
    Kudos to Pirates 5 for showing us a younger Jack Sparrow, for bringing back Will Turner, for adding some fresh young blood, and for Captain Salazar's (Bardem's) sizzling screen presence.

    As for Jack Sparrow, the franchise has left him behind. Sparrow is a puppet meant to be laughed at as the plot whirls him through various comedic scenario's (including a forced marriage at gun point). Sparrow is no longer a catalyst of the tale, he is a victim in it. As you watch, you get the hunch that Depp is so discontent with the franchise that he is deliberate trying to sabotage it though his performance. He is not even even speaking his lines, he is garbling them.

    And yet somehow the movie still gets by. If nothing else, it is an improvement over the inert and imagination-free Pirates 4. The set pieces are far more spectacular but still they are far from compelling. When it comes to the 'circus' aspects of the film, directors Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg are good with the set up but not the punchline. Frantic editing, and poor lighting render most of the action scenes disoritnenting.

    The first and final scenes of the movie are the strongest. They are centred around Will Turner's son who seeks to break his father from the curse of the Dutchman. This is the starting point for the film muddled plot which has a beginning and an end, but no middle.

    The character of Henry Turner, and his 'girl to be' Carina, bring a hint of something that was missing in the last film; a sense of character purpose. He seeks to free his father, and she to find the map in the stars from a clue that her father left behind. If only the film has given them a little more time. Other highlights of the film include a flashback to the origins of Sparrows rivalry with Salazar's Barbossa's brimming new beard / hairstyle combo, as well as a cute cameo by an almost unrecognizable Paul McCartney.

    And then the film ends on the kind of note that is perfect, and very much needed, The kind that brings resolution to it's characters and does not cry out for another sequel.
  2. sirwillisiv, 1 month ago
    I think it's high time Disney dropped the anchor for the Pirates franchise as this fifth installment went in no new directions. It's noisy, unfunny, and painfully unbalanced. The villain is forgettable, Jack Sparrow contributes nothing to the story, and the quirky nature clashes unevenly with the darker and grittier sequences, a flaw that's persisted worse and worse since Curse of the Black Pearl. There are a few entertaining set- pieces, but for the most part Dead Men Tell No Tales is a mindnumbing and senseless picture that was absolutely dreadful to sit through.
  3. kz917-1, 1 month ago
    I don't know that I even remember much of the initial movies but I enjoyed this one. My expectations were not all that high as this is the fifth or so installation in the franchise. It was great fun seeing original cast members return for their various cameos! Overall worth the rental and if you like the characters and franchise you will most likely enjoy the movie. Not the bottom of the heap nor the top of the shelf but somewhere firmly in the middle.
  4. michaelbozas, 1 month ago
    I don't know if I'm disappointed or surprised by this film. In one hand from the trailers it looked really bad and I went in expecting a worse experience that I actually had. In the other fan I'm a huge Pirates fan and I wanted something great to come out of a film where Javier Bardem plays a villain. But the final products is just...mediocre. I had minimal laughs and there were a few things I appreciate (I don't hate the film), but it might be the weakest film in the franchise. Johnny Depp is hurtfully unfunny in this and I was constantly finding myself wondering where the real Jack Sparrow was. The true show stealer (if you can call him that) was Geoffrey Rush, the only one that I actually think is great in all of these films. The newcomers were average, with some being less that that. The only thing except Rush that kept the film enjoyable at the minimum was the action and the cinematography. Sure it wasn't anything terrific, but it seemed as if people tried to make this film look pretty. While you might have some fun if you're a Pirates fan, I'd say to skip on this trip.