Rain on your wedding day is nothing compared to disrupting a soon-to-be bride’s wedding night. Get this woman some pirate action, immediately! Join us for minute 30 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we discuss the mother of all bombs – tragic love, one-sided love, and misdirection. In this episode we tackle Cutler Beckett’s response to Elizabeth Swann after she say’s he disrupted her wedding night (a marriage interrupted or fate intervenes), take another look at the lighting’s use of warm and cool colors to demonstrate the upper hand, examine the use of sound, and hypothesize about a better movie that eliminates a Captain Jack Sparrow and Lord Cutler Beckett coincidence in favor of a more favorable plot structure.
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