Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures | Release Date: May 20, 2011
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adw55125Jul 3, 2017
Why does this movie exist? What was the point? Could the Pirates franchise really have sunken any lower? There is virtually nothing good about this movie. It looks nice, and the acting at times is good. There is nothing else to this movie,Why does this movie exist? What was the point? Could the Pirates franchise really have sunken any lower? There is virtually nothing good about this movie. It looks nice, and the acting at times is good. There is nothing else to this movie, and I am serious. It is so bad, makes no sense, totally unnecessary and this franchise is so tired even Jack Sparrow gets annoying and not in a good way. Expand
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MonkiReviewsJun 22, 2017
This is the second best in the series. It goes back to being about pirates, and only pirates. The story is very good, and the whole Fountain of Youth journey was amazing. The characters are great, and the acting was awesome. It was veryThis is the second best in the series. It goes back to being about pirates, and only pirates. The story is very good, and the whole Fountain of Youth journey was amazing. The characters are great, and the acting was awesome. It was very realistic, well mostly at least. The bad reviews shouldn't be trusted, this was incredible. Expand
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SonicHD7May 31, 2017
The checkered past of Capt. Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) catches up to him when he encounters Angelica (Penélope Cruz), a beautiful pirate that Jack once loved then left. Angelica forces him to accompany her to the Queen Anne's Revenge, theThe checkered past of Capt. Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) catches up to him when he encounters Angelica (Penélope Cruz), a beautiful pirate that Jack once loved then left. Angelica forces him to accompany her to the Queen Anne's Revenge, the ship of the notorious Blackbeard (Ian McShane). Accompanied by a zombie crew, the trio sets sail to find the legendary Fountain of Youth. However, Jack's rival, Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush), also seeks the fountain, as does a ship from Spain. Expand
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FuturedirectorMay 23, 2017
While Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides has a better conclusion than it's sequels (and the same gorgeously talented cast), it has a thin plot, a choppy storytelling and, thus, a truly unsatisfying result.
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devo-ncJun 20, 2015
Except for the intriguing addition of the mermaids, this entire swindling dud is a travesty, nothing happens, the story isn't pushed forward. There is no vision here, I was bored as the filmmakers were trying to relive a magic and sellExcept for the intriguing addition of the mermaids, this entire swindling dud is a travesty, nothing happens, the story isn't pushed forward. There is no vision here, I was bored as the filmmakers were trying to relive a magic and sell another pirates movie like it's some 70's moneygrabbing Bond film. its just lazy and ill-spirited; the energy and dynamic is flat on this journey even when the film does pick up towards the middle frame. I loved the first 3 films, the 3rd one was a little iffy but On Stranger Tides indeed. Expand
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YoloSwag4DogeMar 26, 2017
I certainly had my fair share of issues with the 2nd and 3rd movies, but I still got some solid entertainment value from them. Stranger Tides just wasn't engaging for me. The characters, dialogue and plot all felt pretty flat. The PoC moviesI certainly had my fair share of issues with the 2nd and 3rd movies, but I still got some solid entertainment value from them. Stranger Tides just wasn't engaging for me. The characters, dialogue and plot all felt pretty flat. The PoC movies have always been over the top, unrealistic entertainment, but this one didn't really pull that off like the others did. I didn't find Jack nearly as amusing either. In fact, I find his character to be increasingly confusing as the series goes on. His purpose isn't so much to just go about his own thing as it is to best assist the plot in whatever bizarre way he can whilst appearing as if he's just doing his own thing. There's no consistency to his motives. It kind of bugs me too the way main characters just carelessly back stab and double cross one another despite helping each other out so many times throughout their journeys. I get that they're pirates and that the pirate image is one of ruthlessness and opportunism, but the main characters never quite seem convincingly ruthless. In fact, they seem to look for any excuse they can get not to be ruthless, whilst making it seem as if it's part of some great, senseless master plan. Yah, just wasn't my cup of tea. Expand
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fadithebeastJan 19, 2017
Disappointed by the movie. Was expecting much much more. The movie could have been good but there were so many problems with the plots and the overall direction of the movie. The overall execution was terrible and it was a boring mess withDisappointed by the movie. Was expecting much much more. The movie could have been good but there were so many problems with the plots and the overall direction of the movie. The overall execution was terrible and it was a boring mess with not even half way through the movie. Expand
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Aaron_WassermanJun 1, 2016
When Johnny Depp returns as Captain Jack and he is unable to make the bad movie any better, you know you got a problem. The previous film sucked and this one was much worse. Stop with these movies, the franchise is dead.
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MovieMasterEddyApr 4, 2016
It is fitting that what passes for a plot in “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides” involves a search for the fountain of youth. This film, the fourth in a series that made its improbable and profitable leap from the theme park to theIt is fitting that what passes for a plot in “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides” involves a search for the fountain of youth. This film, the fourth in a series that made its improbable and profitable leap from the theme park to the multiplex eight summers ago, represents an attempt to rejuvenate a flagging franchise.

Whether the effort was absolutely necessary is both an obvious and a naïve question. Why would the Walt Disney Company, which distributes these movies, and Jerry Bruckheimer, who produces them, ever want to leave well enough alone? In Hollywood, gratuitous excess — not necessity — is the mother of invention.

Not that “On Stranger Tides” is especially inventive. Gore Verbinski, who directed the first three installments with wanton energy, rococo visual flair and a flagrant disregard for narrative coherence, has been replaced by Rob Marshall, who specializes in turning well-loved pieces of popular art (“Chicago,” “Memoirs of a Geisha,” “Nine“) into tedious, literal-minded prestige movies. So while this picture is called “On Stranger Tides,” it is by far the least strange of all the “Pirates” episodes so far, with none of the cartoonish exuberance or creepy-crawly effects that made its predecessors intermittently delightful.

Mr. Verbinski, whose sensibility owes more to the naughty, anarchic Warner Brothers and MGM cartoons of the 1940s and ’50s than to the Disney tradition, made a successful transition to full-blown animation with “Rango,” which featured Johnny Depp as a lizard out of water. Mr. Depp, returning as Jack Sparrow in “Tides,” is very much in his aqueous, mischievous element, and he shows admirable professionalism in a project that often seems more like a rock-band reunion tour than a blockbuster movie sequel.

A lot of the original cast members and special guest stars have fallen away — Keith Richards shows up for a minute or two, less thrillingly than the last time — but the guys up front are still in good shape, and a few more old-timers have been recruited from elsewhere to add their seasoned chops.

Richard Griffiths has a fleshy, wiggy cameo as King George, and Judi Dench appears briefly as a lady in a carriage, but the movie belongs to the power trio of Mr. Depp, Geoffrey Rush (as his sometime nemesis Barbossa) and Ian McShane, who brings a floridly sinister death-metal-meets-“Deadwood” vibe to the role of Blackbeard.

Keira Knightley and Orlando Bloom are hardly missed, as the filmmakers — Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio are the credited screenwriters — wisely turn the movie over to the gamy supporting players. There are a pair of young people in love, one of them a missionary (Sam Claflin), the other a mermaid (Astrid Bergès-Frisbey), but their wooing is incidental to the mugging and bellowing and occasional swordplay among Sparrow, Blackbeard and Barbossa. It’s almost as if a “Harry Potter” movie had dispensed with Harry, Ron and Hermione and devoted itself to documenting a meeting of the Hogwarts faculty.

But the name Jerry Bruckheimer in the opening titles mean that things must explode — a huge tank of whale oil, most memorably — and that there must be chases, crashes and leaps through the air. With an early exception involving a cream puff and a chandelier, these action sequences are handled more as instances of duty than occasions for play.

And I almost forgot to mention the 3-D, for good and bad reasons. The good one is that the format is mostly unobtrusive: you barely notice it unless a sword is sticking out of the screen or Penélope Cruz is moving toward the camera. Ms. Cruz, who starred with Mr. Depp in “Blow“ about 10 years ago, plays a former and possibly future flame of Jack Sparrow’s named Angelica, who may or may not be Blackbeard’s long-lost daughter.

“On Stranger Tides” never lives up to — or, for that matter, does anything to deserve — the recent parody tribute offered by Michael Bolton in a “Saturday Night Live” digital short, which emphasizes exactly the insouciant pop spirit that has slowly drained out of the “Pirates” juggernaut from one film to the next. It lives on in a few bon mots, and in a spooky, sexy sequence involving mermaids, whose pert, smooth tails are the only memorable piscine digital innovations on display here.

But like “Thor“ — which is, all in all, not quite as boring — “On Stranger Tides” is protected from the consequences of its own mediocrity by the mere fact that it is opening in thousands of theaters on Friday. People will go, and more energy will be expended parsing the box-office returns than discussing the merits of the film, which is likely to be judged entertaining enough and therefore, in the end, not much fun at all.
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FilmBuff94Mar 31, 2016
Rob Marshall's philosophy for shooting action sequences seems to be roughly equivalent to his approach to musical numbers: give 'em as little as possible. Just as the danceless “dance” sequences that polluted the director's Nine wereRob Marshall's philosophy for shooting action sequences seems to be roughly equivalent to his approach to musical numbers: give 'em as little as possible. Just as the danceless “dance” sequences that polluted the director's Nine were assembled a posteriori in the editing room, thus obviating the need for choreography, the numerous fight scenes in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides feel cobbled together from hundreds of disparate snippets. No scorched-earth Greengrassian postmodernist, Marshall imbues his sword fights and chase scenes with a semblance of visual coherence, but he's careful not to linger on any single bit of action long enough for viewers to register the significance of the image they've just witnessed.

It's an enervating approach that marks the film as more exhausting than enthralling, and its m.o. of nonstop clatter is one that Marshall applies to almost every aspect of the production. Everything is pitched so high in terms of loud exclamations, dramatic music, and frenetic activity that one would reasonably expect the film to be a compendium of juicy thrills, but the uniformity of tone instead renders the whole thing uniformly dull. When the characters aren't fighting each other, they're making solemn threats or, in the case of Johnny Depp's Captain Sparrow and Penélope Cruz's Angelica, exchanging caustic but flirtatious barbs, all of which is about as sexy as watching Richard Griffiths frump it up as a boorish, overweight King George II.

This fourth installment in the Pirates of the Caribbean series, the 18th-century-set On Stranger Tides has as its central narrative the search for the Fountain of Youth and the accompanying paraphernalia that allow its powers to be harnessed. In its overly convoluted plotting, three groups of explorers set out to follow the trail of the late Ponce de León. While Sparrow flits between the parties of gone-straight buccaneer Barbossa's (Geoffrey Rush) British contingent and that of the unrepentant pirate Blackbeard (Ian McShane) and his daughter (and Sparrow's love interest) Angelica, the Spanish set off to stake their own claim for the fountain.

After the overlong setup (which admittedly contains the film's best action sequence, the only one to successfully incorporate a measure of humor into the staging), it's off to sea for a series of set pieces that have a distinct time-marking quality, riding out the duration until the three groups finally arrive at their destination. There are no shortage of film-padding subplots devised by screenwriters Ted Elliot and Terry Rossio, ranging from the dull to the ridiculous (a romance between a missionary and mermaid has to represent some kind of new low for screen amour) and some half-baked discussion about faith toward which the movie can't be bothered to develop a coherent attitude, but mostly the filmmakers rely on a rather perfunctory use of 3D to endow the whole thing with an (ironically) surface-deep patina of thrills. But give or take a sword or two being thrust at the audience or a barrel rolling toward the viewer and the stereoscopic process serves mostly to extend the foreground image while leaving the background flat. Its use of 3D as uninspired as its staging, plotting, and characters (and its weak stabs at humor), On Stranger Tides proves its title to be a patently false bit of advertising. There's nothing strange—or in any way extraordinary—about this dim-witted bore.
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AaronWasserman1Mar 26, 2016
When Johnny Depp returns as Captain Jack and he is unable to make the bad movie any better, you know you got a problem. The previous film sucked and this one was much worse. Stop with these movies, the franchise is dead.
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gameguardian21Mar 24, 2016
This is a great start to a new trilogy, and it also remains the best in the series. Jack sparrow is back and is better than ever. Plus we have a cast of new characters, who are mostly presented good. The story is understandable.
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EpicLadySpongeFeb 5, 2016
If you're going to ARR us with another Pirates of the Caribbean movie, at least try to put effort and don't laze around and rush during the final moments.
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SEROJDec 21, 2015
Even though, this is my least favorite one in the series, i highly recommend it to all of you, even you haven't watched the original trilogy! My score is a high 7/10
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LoRevisorSep 29, 2015
Definitivamente, Rob Marshall não conseguiu resgatar a pegada de ação e aventura do Gore Verbinski,porém é um sólido Blockbuster longe de ser um dos melhores tanto que é a pior entrada na amada franquia "Pirates Of The Caribbean", porémDefinitivamente, Rob Marshall não conseguiu resgatar a pegada de ação e aventura do Gore Verbinski,porém é um sólido Blockbuster longe de ser um dos melhores tanto que é a pior entrada na amada franquia "Pirates Of The Caribbean", porém Penélope Cruz acrescentou uma ótima personagem a franquia com uma ótima performance da morena gostosa Penélope Cruz, tanto que Angélica é melhor personagem que Elizabeth Swann, e é claro que Johnny Depp & Geoffrey Rush sempre estão perfeitos nos inesquecíveis papéis Cap. Jack Sparrow e Cap. Hector Barbossa respectivamente. Faltou mais e melhores cenas de ação neste, o que é um pecado se o filme é de aventura, porém tem 2 ou 3 boas cenas de ação. É um bom e sólido Blockbuster porém no 5th Dead Men Tell No Tales terão de melhorar muito na "aventura de ação" Expand
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DanBurritoSep 9, 2015
I really enjoyed the first three and thought that a movie focusing just on Jack without will would be fine. Boy was I wrong. These movies need a character like Will alongside Jack as it turns out, and the villain? They just said, "Why don'tI really enjoyed the first three and thought that a movie focusing just on Jack without will would be fine. Boy was I wrong. These movies need a character like Will alongside Jack as it turns out, and the villain? They just said, "Why don't we take Blackbeard and randomly give him unnecessary magical powers?". Furthermore they tried to create a new love story by literally ripping off The Little Mermaid. Hoping the next one is better. Expand
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YellowKirbySep 9, 2015
What... the... hell. How is this even a pirates movie? Where's Will? Where's Elizabeth Swan? What the fricking hell happened here? Black Beard isn't a good villain, I hated the love interest and I hated the story. This movie was CRAP!
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buttonscasperJul 8, 2015
I miss some of the old characters like will and others so that already goes as a negative I think this film could be better but blackbeard is a good villian. The other new characters are boring and the story could be much better
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MovieManiac83Apr 23, 2015
The fourth Pirates of the Caribbean movie represents a perfect encapsulation of what the summer sequel tent-pole has become: a half-baked casserole of recycled elements from past installments of the franchise tossed together with lacklusterThe fourth Pirates of the Caribbean movie represents a perfect encapsulation of what the summer sequel tent-pole has become: a half-baked casserole of recycled elements from past installments of the franchise tossed together with lackluster action sequences (inspired by or designed for video games) and gratuitous special effects. The screenplay, credited to Ted Elliott & Terry Rossio, is little more than a clothesline from which to dangle all of the obligatory set pieces. This is one script that could have been assembled using a computer. Had that been the case, however, the result wouldn't have been as long-winded. The basic story is simple; it's something of a wonder how much endless exposition and tedious dialogue Elliott & Rossio cram into the film's bulging 137 minutes.

Reviewing On Stranger Tides as a movie has limited value. The production will not make about a billion dollars (worldwide) because it has the elements viewers value from cinema. It, like many summer blockbusters, is designed to deliver a momentary adrenaline jolt while providing audiences with a few familiar characters and elements. All that will be remembered upon exiting the theater is that there are now four (instead of three) episodes in the franchise. On Stranger Tides exists mid-way between a video game and an amusement park ride (in this case, the second part can be taken literally) and, for those who aren't looking for anything more, it will probably succeed. I suspect that will represent a large percentage of those who pay out their hard-earned cash to see it projected theatrically (in 3-D, IMAX 3-D, or good old-fashioned 2-D).

The existence of a fourth Pirates film was predicated upon the participation of Johnny Depp, whose interest was piqued by a paycheck with a lot of zeroes in front of the decimal point. No one will begrudge Depp the huge windfall; he has paid his dues, working for creative forces like Jim Jarmusch and Terry Gilliam. Still, it's a little disappointing that his contributions to On Stranger Tides are limited to the likeness and mannerisms of the campy and charismatic character he played on three previous occasions. Captain Jack might just as easily have been portrayed by an animated version of a Madame Tussauds waxwork dummy.

Rob Marshall's direction is competent and, from a technical standpoint, there's nothing wrong with the various action sequences aside from the lack of excitement. For all his faults, Gore Verbinski at least handled the action with panache. Those movies thrummed with derring-do. This one sinks. In many ways, On Stranger Tides reminds me of another fourth installment, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. The level of disappointment is perhaps muted because the wait between Pirates sequels has only been four years while Spielberg/Lucas/Ford kept us waiting for two decades. Still, both movies are indications that the filmmakers should have stopped with a trilogy.

Is it necessary to say anything about the 3-D? Having seen On Stranger Tides in IMAX 3-D, I'm convinced that the less expensive, brighter, and more colorful 2-D is the way to go. The 3-D gave me a mild headache (the first time that has happened) with the action sequences notably suffering from blur. Also, since many of the scenes are dark, it may sometimes be useful to remove the glasses to figure out what's happening. Maybe darkness isn't a bad thing for a quasi-amusement park ride. After all, the lights are off for most of Space Mountain. The problem is, there's no sense of motion in On Stranger Tides.

As a movie, On Stranger Tides would have to be considered a failure. The story does not engage, the characters are stick figures, the action sequences are perfunctory, and the whole enterprise reeks of being a money-grab. Yet, when seen through the prism of what is often proffered as "summer entertainment," it's a relatively cheap way to numb the mind and dull the senses. With expectations properly adjusted, maybe this Pirates of the Caribbean won't make you feel like you've been forced to walk the plank.
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JohnMasterLFeb 27, 2015
Estuvo bien, de hecho, pasable; pero a comparación de sus antecesoras es muy floja, lo confirmo: es la mas floja de toda la saga. ¿Innecesaria? tal vez... pero bueno, Di$ney quiere ma$ dinero...
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DBPirate1129Jan 11, 2015
This is the Pirates of the Caribbean installment you've been waiting for. It's yet another fun romp by Johnny Depp as Jack Sparrow that you won't want to miss. Clever dialogue and intense action adds to the movie experience.
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JefferySlumsDec 16, 2014
This movie had absolutely nothing to do with any part of the series, I mean it had nothing to do with anything. Yes we learn a bit of each characters backgrounds, but what is before all that? They started the series off strong with theThis movie had absolutely nothing to do with any part of the series, I mean it had nothing to do with anything. Yes we learn a bit of each characters backgrounds, but what is before all that? They started the series off strong with the first three, then all the sudden, we're left off with this. It's placed like a few years behind the first movie, and it doesn't even tell a worth tale of anything. It leaves off with Black Pearl in its original owner, again, but again, what happened before? Expand
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SythusRATINGSOct 18, 2014
Crossing paths with the enigmatic Angelica, Captain Jack Sparrow is not sure if it's love—or if she's a ruthless con artist who's using him to find the fabled Fountain of Youth. When she forces him aboard the "Queen Anne's Revenge," the shipCrossing paths with the enigmatic Angelica, Captain Jack Sparrow is not sure if it's love—or if she's a ruthless con artist who's using him to find the fabled Fountain of Youth. When she forces him aboard the "Queen Anne's Revenge," the ship of the legendary pirate Blackbeard, Jack finds himself on an unexpected adventure in which he doesn't know whom to fear more: Blackbeard or Angelica, with whom he shares a mysterious past. Expand
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cylian3Aug 16, 2014
A truly sad time we live in to have the loveable Captain Sparrow be so convoluted with half-arsed scripts and inconsistencies with fighting scenes that are so mudded down in fogs, lightning and smoke to the point where I found myself moreA truly sad time we live in to have the loveable Captain Sparrow be so convoluted with half-arsed scripts and inconsistencies with fighting scenes that are so mudded down in fogs, lightning and smoke to the point where I found myself more prompted to skip them just to have more dialog. And I hate dialog. Expand
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jacob4Jun 30, 2014
It was a good movie full of action, adventure, comedy, and interesting special affects. It might have some cheesy parts and love relationships in the background. It even leaves you with a cliffhanger at post-end credits.
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DrewtheDude85Jun 9, 2014
So far, the worst out of the POTC series, but I didn't hate it. It just feels like some of the fun and "magic" of the first 3 pirate films felt missing. Depp is still good at being Jack and that can also mostly go to the other returning castSo far, the worst out of the POTC series, but I didn't hate it. It just feels like some of the fun and "magic" of the first 3 pirate films felt missing. Depp is still good at being Jack and that can also mostly go to the other returning cast members; some of the newer cast additions were fine but nothing special. I did like the locations featured in this movie, but the story felt a bit lacking. TBH, I didn't think Pirates 4 was terrible, just not the best and I hope they try to do better when Pirates 5 comes out in 2016. Expand
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AaronWasserman2May 5, 2014
Easily one of the most boring movies i have ever seen. This is a sign that this franchise should be done. Depp cant save it anymore. i hope the rumors of them making a pirates 5 are false.
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RattazustraApr 13, 2014
It rates among the worst films I have ever seen. All the galmour and glitter, all special effects and grand music cannot save this movie from over-acted nonsense and completely pointless story. The first film in the series was a solid 9, theIt rates among the worst films I have ever seen. All the galmour and glitter, all special effects and grand music cannot save this movie from over-acted nonsense and completely pointless story. The first film in the series was a solid 9, the second a shaky 7, the third closer to 3 than to 4. This one has hit rock bottom with a deserved ranking between 1 and 2. I am so glad I did not have to endure this movie in a cinema. Expand
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TheApplegnomeFeb 3, 2014
A less satisfied movie in comparison to the previous movies of this sequel, but overall is it watchable.

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides got a great beginning, and the actors are awesome, and the story is good, but it's a
A less satisfied movie in comparison to the previous movies of this sequel, but overall is it watchable.

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides got a great beginning, and the actors are awesome, and the story is good, but it's a little lengthy at some places, and it wasn't that much new and unique things in this movie. The film is at many scenes slow and lengthy, and the tempo wasn't that high, which made it a little boring.
The ending thought, was wonderful, and the movie is spectacular when it comes to the quality.

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides gets a 7/10
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cag11Nov 29, 2013
This is not a PotC movie. It had none of the great humor as the first three, let alone that it was a pointless adventure filled with a more predictable amount of stupidity. The acting was okay for the most part, but that didn't make up forThis is not a PotC movie. It had none of the great humor as the first three, let alone that it was a pointless adventure filled with a more predictable amount of stupidity. The acting was okay for the most part, but that didn't make up for almost anything else in this movie. Expand
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