It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for as the Black Pearl sails away from the Island of Pelegosto. It’s no doubt time to celebrate the end of the line for cannibal pirate action and our old long pork references and euphemisms. Join us for the latest episode where we discuss minute 45 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. We kick the discussion off with Pirate Word of the Week, explore the real intentions behind the cannibal Pelegostos and their use of religion and gods in human form as a way to justify their taste for people (and dogs), the use of the Pelegostos turning on the dog a was to point out the absurd nature of classic Hollywood angry natives and the deepest darkest Africa tropes, Pintel and Ragetti successfully integrating themselves with the crew of the Black Pearl, and we celebrate the end of the movie’s time spent on the Island of Pelegosto with breakdown of the amount of time spent on the island, the percentage of the movie on this location, the structural impact on the film, its lack of moving the plot forward, and we wrap up the discussion by exploring the benefits of this extended segment on the movie’s plot and the value to the audience.
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