Double sword penetration from behind? Yeah, Elizabeth Swann has become quite the pirate and sword master! Join us for this latest episode as we slice and dice the most emblematic swashbuckler minutes 116 and 117 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. In this show we discuss the music of Hans Zimmer – specifically “Heart Madness” from the complete motion picture score that incorporates Klaus Badelt’s “He’s a Pirate” and the famously recognizable thriller composition by Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Toccata and Fugue in D Minor BWV 565” that has appeared in movies spanning Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Phantom of the Opera, and Disney films 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and Fantasia. Conversation continues with motion sickness cinematography, brass knuckles (knuckledusters) and the link to Abraham Lincoln, the incredible coconut throw referencing The Bishop’s Wife, It’s a Wonderful Life, and Elf, Hadras losing his head (actors Reggie Lee and Ho-Kwan Tse), the heart of Davy Jones, Calypso/Tia Dalma, more movie tropes and clichés, and what’s in store for The Black Pearl Show Season 3.
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