Dead Man's chest is the Second Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest is another excellent film, but watching in Theaters when released was a disappointment because it was one of those continuation films, where you need to wait for the next one finish it. However, besides that it is a great film, and some funny moments so it is still a must see as long as you watch the third one which ends it. Comes with 2 Blu-Ray Discs and DVD (for the kids to tear up while you keep what you paid for, the Blu-Ray). The second Blu-Ray Disc is the Special Features.
It's best to purchase the set Blu-ray with DVD set oppose to buying one or the other since they can be used at home or on the go. Makes a great gift to those who love to laugh and have a great time with their loved ones. Price is very convenient for the price of two sets for each movie.
This is so great, Johnny Depp is the most gorgeous man on the high seas...this is such a funny yet action packed movie. the special effects are amazing. i watche this movie 3 tims the first day i got it. I hope and pray they make yet another one. yo ho me harty yo ho..!!!
Towering performance by Matt Damon as a troubled working class who needs to address his creative genius elevates this drama way above its therapeutic approach, resulting in a zeitgeist film that may touch chord with young viewers the way The Graduate did
The film works as a character-driven narrative because Mr. Van Sant and his co-screenwriters are not afraid to unlock the psychological mysteries of their five major characters with clear and concise dialogue.
Why are quality pros like Howard and Hanks involved in this enterprise? Do they need the money? Angels and Demons is sure to make plenty. But their artistic souls will do hard time in purgatory for it.
This is a pretty fast moving shark flick. Scientists mucking about with shark intelligence out on a floating research lab.These fish are too smart for the scientists' own good. Good production values and entertaining. Worth an evening with popcorn.
Spielberg seems to be dividing his filmmaking output into two distinct halves: in the summer months cranking out no-brainer dinosaur flicks...in the winter season unveiling his serious artistic stuff to edify the adults and woo the Oscar crowd.