Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest

Captain Jack Sparrow works his way out of a blood debt with the ghostly Davey Jones, he also attempts to avoid eternal damnation.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2006
  • Language:English,Turkish,Greek,Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:cannon,   escape,   explosion,  

Jack Sparrow races to recover the heart of Davy Jones to avoid enslaving his soul to Jones' service, as other friends and foes seek the heart for their own agenda as well. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest torrent reviews

Dwight J (es) wrote: Started a bit slow, but it got very intense shortly thereafter. I can't put all my feelings about the movie into one paragraph...just to say that it's well worth watching.

Andrew J (kr) wrote: This was better than I was expecting. Kept me interested in the characters and plenty of action.

Curt L (it) wrote: this sucked. it was cheaply made like an episode of VIP, the acting was terrible, voiced were dubbed in. the fighting was super cheesy and slow despite the camera bopping around everywhere. and don't get me wrong, i like boobs, but geez there was more boobs in this movie than there was fighting. what a ripoff that GSP got only a few mins on screen, and anderson silva? i must have blinked during his scene cuz i don't remember seeing him at all

it i (nl) wrote: his one was okay. Just okay. Franco's characters brother got under my skin, sending utter creep signals to my core. It was sickening to watch at times, just his reactions to things. Blah. That aside, the direction was interesting. I wish things were pushed.

Tyler S (es) wrote: I like all of the dark weird sci-fi elements that was put in this movie. Sure it's not as impressive as Donnie Darko. But to me, I think this movie is definitely impressive. I give this movie an "B" just to be fair.

Guillaume H (mx) wrote: Some complains that the twist is easy to get before its reveal. That is not the point. You could argue that anyone who pays close attention the first 5 minutes will get the twist before he gets to 20. The thrill is in the proceeding, knowing whats unfolding in front of you for what it is. and the DID thing is no secret; they talk about it right in your face, so congrats you got it, you were supposed to. Above from that, its dark and heavy like a mental storm, moldy and rainy like when everything collapse. because thats exactly whats happening. Although the ending leaves open the possibility that is also self -reconstructing, and that the whole cycle just keeps playing in a loop.

Ibraheem M (au) wrote: Erin, portrayed solidly by Julia Roberts, is the type of woman you may despise for her rudeness, but also praise for her will and determination in doing something remarkable in her average life.

JH K (ca) wrote: Surrealista e interesante aproximacion a la obra, pero se queda en eso, interesante y... muy surrealista, carece de otros valores que la hicieran merecedora de mas atencion.

Private U (kr) wrote: Harold Bishop says 'FUCK'!!

Lee M (es) wrote: Irwin Winkler captures the madness that overtook Hollywood in the early 1950's effectively enough.

Trent R (ru) wrote: Some very nice cinematography, with alternate low-key lighting and hard silhouettes. But Jean Negroni's voice-over narration during the central liaison is inadvertently hilarious, while the racist caricature of an Asian photographer is not. He even speaks in sped up squeaks, appallingly. The inevitable, ironic role reversal drags out the ending and labors what point there is.

Josephine O (jp) wrote: It's a brilliant movie.

Danny S (de) wrote: With a soundtrack including the Velvet Underground and Townes van Zandt, worth seeing for that alone, but a pretty decent film too

John A (es) wrote: Remake Of A Cult Classic, Which Changes The Plot And Really Makes It It's Own. A Solid Made Film, With Plenty Of Enjoyable Action Scenes, A Decent Script, And Solid Performances.

Gabriel O (es) wrote: Inglourious bullshit