We fall off the edge of the map and into uncharted territory as we analyze, scrutinize and celebrate minute 113 of The Curse of the Black Pearl. In today’s episode, we discuss our thoughts on the Northern California Pirate Festival, try to interpret Captain Barbossa’s thoughts on Jack Sparrow, discover Jack delivering a secret message to Will Turner, breakdown the symbolism of Jack cutting the feather off Barbossa’s hat and the many meanings of the phrase “off the edge of the map” and “here there be monsters”, examine Will’s first encounter with skeleton pirates, and a little behind the scenes talk as we find ourselves at a point of the movie where all the stories are starting to be wrapped up. Join us for this episode of Pirates of the Caribbean Minute.
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