Quick Movie Reviews
Hurricane2000 - wrote on 01/22/2020
It’s Alright Though not very necessary and has a pretty bloated script. Dead Men Tell No Tales is still a fun movie with Great visuals, Well done acting, Exhilarating action, and Epic music. Rating: Fresh
Ayumu - wrote on 05/13/2019
One of my favorite films of the Pirates of the Caribbean series. Very interesting plot and characters, and loved how the characters were consistent. Very amazing effects and adventure, with enough humor and entertainment. The old characters, Will Turner was returned in an unique way. One of my favorite movies of all time.
Chris Kavan - wrote on 12/27/2017
The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise has always been a solid choice for fun and action. Johnny Depp really made Captain Jack Sparrow his own and Dead Men Tell No Tales is step up after the rather disappointing At Worlds End. It helps that Javier Bardem (in makeup and CGI) makes for a more compelling villain with Brenton Thwaites and Kaya Scodelario picking up the slack as a new generation of young adventurers. The humor is there, the action is there - it's Pirates, you either like the series or you don't.
Nolane - wrote on 12/05/2017
Underrated excellent Pirates of The Caribbean movie, with a solid story, very good acting, great special effects and plenty of action and adventure. One of the best of series. In fact, it would be tough to make a better movie involving pirates. Do not listen to the naysayers and give it chance.
Matthew Brady - wrote on 09/18/2017
"Dead Men Tell No Tales" is the fifth installment in this exhausted franchise that should have sunk 10 years ago. Remember how grand and epic these movies were, but with the unfinished effects, predicable scenes, and over rushed storyline, it looses the magic. You just wish that Javier Bardem character would just impale Captain Jar Jar Binks with his sword and be down with it. I was rooting for the villain through the whole thing. Fuck Jack Sparrow!
hoods_breath - wrote on 06/04/2017
I'd put this one somewhere on par with the first two. It takes a more serious tone but still has some light hearted bits. Javier Bardem shines And Geoffrey Rush brings his best again. Time to reinvest in the franchise after two very bad sequel.s