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Old 30-05-2007, 09:03 AM   #21
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hey, yeah it shows a young boy, probably age nine(as u all know how long a pregnancy lasts), running up to a cliff followed b Keira. She puts her am round him so guessin it is her son. Then a green flash occurs and you see Will standing onthe mast of the boat sailng to shore. hope that helpsx
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Old 30-05-2007, 09:07 AM   Lifetme Service Award Officer #22
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Question #2

During the film, there are plenty of very alive people on the Flying Dutchman. Then. Why. Can't. Elizabeth?
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Old 30-05-2007, 09:31 AM   #23
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the captain and thecrew bind themselves to the flying dutchman, this allows them to th locker without affecting them. As you know this is there job to transport th dead seaman to the locker. However, i believe Elizabeth can not board the ship for two reason. 1. Bill turner and Will discuss that this is no place for a living girl such as Elizabeth they believe it to be the wrong environment for her, hat it would waste a living persons life looking after the dead. 2. Only living people in the film boarded the dutchman while it ws away fom the locker(as you know davvy jones had stopped his duty of transportation) and so once a living persn boarded the dutchmen when goin to the locker they had to either bind themselves to the ship or go to the locker itself, which of course will wished neither fates for Elizabeth.

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Old 30-05-2007, 09:47 PM   #24
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Just seen the film tonight. It was really good and i thouroughly enjoyed it. Twisting and turning, did not feel like three hours.
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did not feel like three hours.
sure as hell did to me.... i should never have bought a super size coke!
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Old 01-06-2007, 10:58 AM   #26
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sure as hell did to me.... i should never have bought a super size coke!
I drunk 2 beers while waiting..

I noticed the 3 hours but i can say it was a well spent 3 hours of my life
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Old 01-06-2007, 04:39 PM   #27
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I really liked it. I had to see it twice because the first time I saw it I didn't know there was the little thing after the credits and we were kind of rushed out of the theater. But I went back again just to see that thing after the credits. The only thing I have a problem with in all these movies is the "why is the rum gone" jokes. In the second movie it was funny but then when they put it in the 3rd movie it botherd me because it got old. But I really enjoyed the movie. I can't really say which is my favorite. My question is Will they make a 4th one? I know that the movies were only suppose to be a trilogy but I think they left some cliffhangers after this 3rd movie. Especially after you saw the end credits with the kid and elizabeth. I really think they could do something with the Kid and does jack ever become immortal? Also in an interview with Jerry Bruckhimer when asked about a 4th movie he said "well there was only suppose to be 3 but there may be a 4th movie" so in my opnion there is about a 50/50 chance there could be a 4th one.
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Old 02-06-2007, 01:01 AM   #28
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i really like it. a lot. Is that true, about the kid after the credits? i must see it again!!!!!
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Old 02-06-2007, 03:47 AM   #29
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The thing after the credits was just Elizabith and her son watching Will come, it wasnt really nething crucial, because neither Elizabith or Will looked like they were ten years older, lol
On the whole tho, i thought it was a really good film, just didnt seem really disney to me, expecialy the leg part, but, no complaints, lol. The only thing i didnt like about it was there were so many betrayals it was hard to follow.
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Old 02-06-2007, 04:18 PM   #30
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The thing after the credits was just Elizabith and her son watching Will come, it wasnt really nething crucial, because neither Elizabith or Will looked like they were ten years older, lol
On the whole tho, i thought it was a really good film, just didnt seem really disney to me, expecialy the leg part, but, no complaints, lol. The only thing i didnt like about it was there were so many betrayals it was hard to follow.
Thats exactly what I thought they did not look like they aged a day. And yeah the plot was a little confusing to. But it was a great movie I have already seen it three times.
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Old 02-06-2007, 08:52 PM   #31
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Movie is good, like first and second - same styles. But I think it just might be the last part...but no. And I didn't like the bad end with that unrealised love It's not fair (((
btw: getting really tired after sitting 2:50
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Old 03-06-2007, 12:13 AM   #32
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I think it was the best of the 3
Film I give it
POTC 3 10
POTC 2 9

POTC 1 8



But why did they get married. I want to cry. now, I have no chance (that was a joke)

I loved the beginning when they searched her and she had a sword, a pistol, a harness with 2 pistols, 2 knives, and a large pistol on her leg. The moral of the movie: don't take to many weapons to Singapore.
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Old 03-06-2007, 12:15 AM   #33
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Thats exactly what I thought they did not look like they aged a day. And yeah the plot was a little confusing to. But it was a great movie I have already seen it three times.
I have seen it 4. and am going again tomorrow. My goal is 10, and then buy the special edition DVD. I have no life, and am proud of it.

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sure as hell did to me.... i should never have bought a super size coke!
Do as I do, go to the restroom at a boring part (yes, there are like none) or go and just see it again. It is worth seeing 300 times.
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Old 03-06-2007, 09:07 AM   #34
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You lot are crazy for watching the film more than once, its three hours long!
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its actually only 168 minutes.
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Including trailers?
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trailers do not constitute part of the film.
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Technically it does......"trailers do not constitute part of the film." ???

I'm being techincal.

Edit: Acutally, technically ur right, u said "the", damn....

I'm chattin shit, the cokes gotten to me. lol
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I have a question....in the end, you see Bill Turner decides to stay with his son. Is he alive or dead? I'm not quite sure.

Because if he were alive, he would not be bound to the ship like Will. Then, wouldn't he be able to go between the worlds? It would be nice, having him as a messenger between the Turners.

Just a thought.
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I have a question....in the end, you see Bill Turner decides to stay with his son. Is he alive or dead? I'm not quite sure.

Because if he were alive, he would not be bound to the ship like Will. Then, wouldn't he be able to go between the worlds? It would be nice, having him as a messenger between the Turners.

Just a thought.
Don't think its possible and we may never know One thing is for sure, they finally got married and then BAM - separated for 10 years - 1 day. I wanted to cry, but i couldn't Wish me luck, gonna see it again tomorrow night
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