In this episode of Pirates of the Caribbean Minute, Elizabeth Swann teaches Captain Jack Sparrow, with a little help from a deleted scene, the most famous of sea shanties, A Pirate’s Life for Me. Join us for minute 98 as we discuss more touching deleted scenes that create an emotional connection between Jack and Elizabeth, jump into the ins and outs of movie storytelling by identifying and thoroughly examining the end of the second act, wondering how a big reveal might have affected the third act and end of the film, a look at the symbolism of Jack Sparrow being completely defeated, and we round things out with interesting facts about a hot, hellish and terrible liquor known as rum.
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