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I cannot wait to see all of the new extras. This is one of my favorite movies of all time. I went to Australia two years ago and went to Cobber Pedy to see where some of it was filmed.

There's also a Priscilla stage show now in Sydney. Word is that they're going to bring it to Las Vegas. I hope so!

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Hey Greg, I can't believe I missed the tag ending!


Review of "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" - The Boyfriend and I decided to forego the crowds and caught a screening of Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End over the Memorial Day weekend. After the first two films dazzeld and amazed with their special effects, action sequences and great performances, we held high expectations for the end of the trilogy. Perhaps we should have lowered them just a little. While this was a good film, it wasn't great, definitely not when considered alongside the first two. Parts dragged, many actors were underutilized (especially Chow Yun Fat and the rest of the Brethren), the storylines seemed weak. For my part, I expected much more from Calypso's release; she was filled with so much rage and anger, but it went nowhere, and her reasons behind wanting to be released and Barbosa's desire to set her free, were never made clear. The special effects saved this from becoming a completely horrible film. The battle sequence between the Flying Dutchman and the Black Pearl, swirling in a gigantic whirlpool, was packed with adventure and great effects. The design of the town of Shipwreck amazed us both (and we were pleasantly surprised by Keith Richards). Lord Beckett's demise, to me, was probably the best scene of the entire film. Some very good acting by Keira Knightly, Johnny Depp and Geoffrey Rush. It turned out to be fun, if not great film. (If you go see it, sit through the credits for the tag ending.)


I can't wait to see what they added or left out. It was such a good movie and Terrence Stamp was outstanding. Well actually they all were great because I thought they were gay.

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