You have to Set Sail with Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. The water, the black pearl, the sword fighting and oh my the special effects rock The Pirates of the Caribbean as much as the acting does. Jonny Dep brings to life Jack Sparrow once again the way only he can. He is amazing. Just like he has been I. The last 5 films. Geoffrey Rush plays and impeccable Barbossa and Orlando Bloom’s scenes give you all the feels. But I must admit to geeking out at Capitan Salazar. Javier Bardem is a Spanish Neptune on the big screen y olé! Yes, My Pirate Life would be as Spanglish as can be 🙂
Set Sail with Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
This new epic installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean will delight fans and those just getting to know the franchise alike. Here are the things that I enjoy most of it:
A delight to watch:
Visually the movie is fantastic. The special effect are crazy good! It is a treat to see the younger version of our favorite pirate. You’ll see. Oh and for those with the wanderlust bug, you will want to pack your bags and visit the islands of the Caribbean. All I could think of was take me back to Saint Marteen please! Even the final image used for the end credits it just so very cool. By the way, do stay until all the credits are show….duh. There might be more in store for Will and Elizabeth….
It has it all:
This action packed film is full of humor and delivers a story of adventure and heart that we have come throughout the different chapters. This action packed film is full of humor and delivers a story of adventure and heart that we have come throughout the different chapters.
Family and the pirate’s friends:
Family starts and ends this film. Along the way, the family we form with those around us hold the web that mock, support and help save the day takes up center stages are the tale unfolds. I got so giddy to see Jack Sparrow’s old friends come back in this story. Heartwarming indeed.
Jack Sparrow, and his nemesis:
The pirate with a heart because he always finds a way to derail from his true pirate ways and has small important gestures for others, Jack Sparrow is a joy to watch. I love Barbossa and having him again in this film in a whole new light is fabulous. I don’t want to say more and spoil it for you. “Jack ESparrow” I couldn’t help but smile big at the scary and strong Capitan Salazar when he named the one he hates so. You will come to love the most terrifying character from all the Pirates of the Caribbean realm.
A Spanglish Pirate Life This Summer For Me
The ocean always calls my name. Moana and Finding Dory make me eager for a boat ride or a lazy afternoon at the beach. Same thing with Pirates of the Caribbean. But, inspired by the strong and passionate Salazar I am focusing on a Spanglish pirate life these days 🙂 Easy because I live near the beach among all my latino brothers and sisters. I sip agua de coco (coconut water) with a patch while I lounge on la hamaca (the hammock). A little South Beach bling to nod to the golden treasures pirates search for as I lay out on the sand, and my new fear of the water thinking about the crazy tiburones monstruo (monster sharks) that Salazar summons. When I am not en la playa (the beach) we are having pirate fun with these amazing activities