The Curse of the Black Pearl Minute 134: There’s No Crying in Piracy


Drink up me hearties as this is that magic minute where we give a fond farewell to all our characters and begin to roll the credits on this episode of Pirates of the Caribbean Minute. Join us for minute 134 of The Curse of the Black Pearl as we discuss Captain Jack Sparrow singing selected lines from a Pirate’s Life for Me, checking his compass and altering the Black Pearl’s course, our thoughts on the end of the movie, wonder if the title of the film is appropriate or sparked confusion, dive into director Gore Verbinski, touch on producer Jerry Bruckheimer, give praise to costume designer Penny Rose and production designer Brian Morris, throw out some mind blowing facts regarding the movie’s home video sales, and review a list of 39 thoughts we had after re-watching The Curse of the Black Pearl.

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