Pirates of the Caribbean

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Is there any more exciting film staple than pirates? Pillaging, raping, kidnapping, cannon-firing, parrot-owning, Sicilian-beating, Keith Richards-loving, one leg missing, singing and dancing pirates!

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An orphan named Raizo, raised and trained by an ancient ninja clan, cuts a bunch of heads off while an investigator from Europol, Mika tracks down the group in connection with several high-ranking assassinations.

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In a pitch that sounds eerily like a 1980s Disney television movie, Charles Gibson will step behind the main lens for the first time with The Goblin.

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Chev Chelios may have cheated death in Crank 2: High Voltage, but he’s definitely not the first. Check out some of the dumbest ways studios have saved characters from their all-too-early demises.

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We all know that Johnny Depp has signed on to reprise Captain Jack Sparrow in yet another Pirates of the Caribbean film. Now there’s word that Keira Knightley is balking at the prospect of stepping back into Elizabeth Swann’s corsets or the film.

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For a culture inundated with awards shows and general bouts of celebrities patting themselves on the back, it’s nice to see that the MTV Movie Awards is still relevant.

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…and hopefully it won’t contain a 50-foot woman who morphs into a thousand crabs.

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Disney is planning on releasing Pirates of the Caribbean 4 and two new sequels to National Treasure.

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Despite it’s long runtime, At World’s End was a good summer blockbuster. But that doesn’t always mean it will make a great DVD release.

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