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Pirates! Pirates and more pirates! Well at least that’s what you’d be saying if you marathoned these five movies. And yes I’m talking about "Pirates of the Caribbean" and that famous movie character, played by Johnny Depp.
Actually that was the first time I’d ever heard of Johnny Depp. I remember sitting in that theater thinking this is amazing, and I’m sure I wasn’t the only one. The movies ended at "Dead Men Tell No Tales", and for an ending it wasn’t bad
. But let’s go back to the beginning with the first movie, because let’s be honest that one was the best. This movie starts off with our heroine Elizabeth Swan finding a pirates coin, one that causes her and our hero a lot of trouble, and did I mention our main pirate, Captain Jack Sparrow. I didn’t? Well shame on me, because this is the pirate who these movies revolve around.
Trouble seems to follow him everywhere he goes, and of course those that travel with him. The first three movies revolve around Jack, Elizabeth and Will. The fourth kind of gets away from them and can make you go what’s the point of this, but don’t worry "Dead Men Tell No Tales" brings it all to a satisfying conclusion. Well at least I thought so. I’m sure you’ve seen these movies and have heard of the amazing Captain Jack Sparrow, but if you haven’t what? Have you been living under a rock?
OK so fun fact - this movie is actually based on the ride of the same name from the Disney Parks, but they turned the basic idea into a movie (rather than there being a movie and the ride coming after) - and Johnny Depp stole the show. Yes that was all I came to add - that and a Hollywood Vampires video as well as the Pirates trailer .... just because.
Oh and the pineapple code word for this article is Jack
All 5 movies are currently streaming on Disney+
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