Join us for minute 89 of The Curse of the Black Pearl and a frightening thought that our show may have incurred the wrath of the Aztecs and be doomed to cover Pirates of the Caribbean films for a decade with the latest news that Disney locked in franchise films 6 through 10, and maybe more. In this episode of Pirates of the Caribbean Minute, we analyze the cursed cheeky monkey and his overwhelming greed, the fact that Hector Barbossa has lost all patience and wants to blow up the Interceptor, the death of a motley crewmember, Matelot, behind the scenes direction and symbolism of consistently having the Interceptor on the left and the Black Pearl on the right, and we tackle the intriguing decision to tie Will Turner’s hands, effectively preventing him from engaging in any swordfights with the cursed crew.
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