From floggings to sugar daddies to wedding bells, it’s time to take on this episode of Pirates of the Caribbean Minute. It’s minute 132 of The Curse of the Black Pearl and we’re discussing the latest details and release dates of the Dead Men Tell No Tales digital, Blu-Ray, DVD and 4K Ultra HD, how screenwriters Terry Rossio and Ted Elliott tease us with all the signs that the film should be ending but never deliver the credits (going against all the usual movie clichés), the Elizabeth Swann and Will Turner kiss, wedding symbolism at Fort Charles, the meaning behind Governor Swann’s “just a blacksmith” comment, and Commodore Norrington finally giving Captain Jack Sparrow some respect.
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