Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides


Action / Adventure / Fantasy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 33%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 54%
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 468123


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July 18, 2012 at 11:04 PM



Johnny Depp as Jack Sparrow
Sam Claflin as Philip
Penélope Cruz as Angelica
Judi Dench as Society Lady
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2.10 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
2 hr 17 min
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2 hr 17 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by thomasporter-43693 3 / 10

Depp held the franchise together

This is one of those movies I knew going in that I would have a hard time with. I was told many things about this movie that were only criticism and hate. While I try to form my own opinion on every movie I see and begin by ignoring anything I've heard, This movie fell terribly short of any review I had heard or the past trilogy of POTC.

Missing two of the greatest assets of the franchise hurt this movie some, but the main reason this movie suffered was because of the supporting roles not stepping up to the plate. Sparrow and Barbosa did well in keeping the adventure interesting, but the other roles fell short.

In my opinion, this insert was flawed in a major way and damaged the franchise. While the plot was okay, it didn't come together and the new characters hurt this movie in comparison to the first trilogy.

Reviewed by mattiasvermeersch 9 / 10

Pirates of the Caribbean 4: On Stranger Tides

Everything right and wrong with Pirates of the Caribbean 4: On Stranger Tides. This movie was released in 2011 and was the most popular movie in this series. The story is about the search for the source of eternal life. The author is Rob Marschall, who first directed a movie from this series. It's a historic movie, with a comic subtitle. We all enjoyed this movie and definitely recommend it! Jack Sparrow searches with Black Beard and Angelica to the source of eternal life. When they reach the source after several fights, Barbossa Zwartbaard kills revenge for his right leg. As a last hope to save his life, Angelica and Blackbeard drink from the jaws. But because Jack gave them the wrong cups, Black Bear dies and Angelica gets extra years of life. An argument contra is that there are many falsehoods in the movie, there is a lot of imagination. Some arguments pro, on the other hand, include the amazing crew, the immersive story line and the good quality. These are some reasons why you should definitely watch the movie. We are certainly not sorry that we enjoyed this movie for two hours.

Reviewed by cinemajesty 7 / 10

Secretly the most expensive movie by the minute

Movie Review: "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" (2011)

Arguably the most accomplished movie of the "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie series in perspective of daring the impossible by shooting in Redcode RAW (4.5K) exposed in 5K dual-strip 3-D digital camera system as source format, taking intentionally drawbacks in camera movement through the immense size of the all-set camera rig, and gather a total production budget that secretly overtook, if to belief Industry-Insiders, the bench mark of 300 Million U.S. Dollars for one single stand-only-sequel that comes with running time of just slightly over 120 Minutes excluding the credits, making "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" the most expensive movie by screen-time of approximately expenses of 3.024 Million Dollars per minute.

The adventure action picture, directed by surprisingly well-received former choreographer and usually a suspect for cutting-edge contemporary musical production Director Rob Marshall handles his star-spangled ensemble cast, going out from in-the-zone of Keith Richards meeting actor Johnny Depp, who handles any encounter with any cast members within the picture with utmost care, especially actress Penélope Cruz as the character of Angelica, who seemingly becomes the strongest counterpart in the movie series to challenge the character of Jack Sparrow, reminiscencing the ease of Ted Demme's film "Blow" (2001), to make ultimately this fourth installment, an event movie achievement to be prepared for, after the sudden success of "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of The Black Pearl" in Summer 2003 for the production company Jerry Bruckheimer Films and license owner as distributor Walt Disney Pictures, receiving the highest international gross in comparison of all five movies to-date of exceeding 800 Million U.S. Dollars in revenues in foreign markets.

The initial screenwriters Ted Elliott & Terry Rossio take it on one more time beyond the outskirts of an imaginable MacGuffins toward "The Fountain of Youth" for the characters to rush for, encountering a legendary character of all accumulated pirates tales worldwide, the character of Captain Blackbeard, here portrayed further with the utmost of a relaxing ease by actor Ian McShane, to make the picture professionally captured by hi-tec cinematographer Darius Wolski, who had to manage upgrades on 3D technologies, that have not found its way to become a standard at the movie houses worldwide due to the tight budgetary restrictions of theater chains, which are unable to install 150 by 60 inch digital 3D imagery glass surfaces to be watch without throw-away 3D glasses, instead upgrading the projectors got to unsatisfactory 4K resolution after a worldwide success of "Avatar" (2009) directed by James Cameron.

Walt Disney Pictures granted close to everything in terms of production value for the tentpole picture on a demanding market of 2011, where the U.S. domestic audiences could not get surprised by seductive to lethal mermaids in one of the highlighted sequence of action in "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" at the exterior Mermaid cove, to be actually bare-breasted and naturally fluent creatures to finish the most emotionally-striking scene in the movie series with Mermaid actress Astrid Bergès-Frisbey seducing the newly one-time intervening character of Philip to enter the realm of an underwater imaginarium under the well-defined soundtrack between Spanish guitar over mystical violins to the trademark of digitized percussions by score composer Hans Zimmer to set this picture apart from a total five to this very day.

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