- Audio commentary - with director Rob Marshall and executive producer John DeLuca
- Bloopers of the Caribbean
- Disc 1 - DVD:
- Disc 2 - Blu-ray:
- Disney second screen - simultaneously explore exclusive interactive content with your iPad or computer as you watch the movie
- Lego animated shorts: Captain Jack's Brick Tales
Flamboyant seafarer Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) lands himself in a bit of a bind after being lured onto Blackbeard's (Ian McShane) ship by enigmatic siren Angelica (Penélope Cruz), and forced to seek out the Fountain of Youth. Trapped on the Queen Anne's Revenge with the most nefarious pirate in history, Captain Jack reflects on his past with the elusive Angelica while embarking on his wildest adventure to date. With shambling zombies on deck and gorgeous mermaids beckoning sailors into the icy waters below, this time Jack Sparrow has his work cut out for him. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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Fair enough for a 4th installment
Posted by: Treydle
from Saratoga Springs, NY on
11/23/2011Free of his debt to Davy Jones, we join Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) in the process of rescuing a trusted shipmate from the Royal executioners. When that fails, the crown attempts to coerce him into setting sail for the fabled fountain of youth. However, while Jack is in possession of neither ship nor crew, (and the film is without former cast members Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley who elected to pursue other projects) Sparrow’s captors are under the impression that he has a ship and is presently amassing a crew. Sparrow investigates and discovers someone impersonating him for their own purposes. A woman, of all things. In fact, a woman from his past by the name of Angelica (played by Penelope Cruz).
Clearly the story is complicated and the viewer is asked to make many accommodations where plausibility and time are concerned. That said, it’s a well-executed successor to the three previous films, the action is entertaining and the cast is, for the most part, more than adequate. A great time at the movies.
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Decent film POOR BLU-RAY & WHERE ARE THE DVD’S
Posted by: CKCSWHFFAN
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10/30/2011Well, here I go again with the comments I have been forced to input since fall 2009.
What is Disney thinking? This Release ONLY blu-ray packages BUT we DVD people have to sit & wait for that package?
Terrible. I hope Disney loses a lot of money again because of this idiot choice.
I can NOT afford regular DVD’s, how can I afford blu-rays?
The film is decent. Jumps around is she or isn’t she with Cruz. At least she can say she has a hit box office movie now.
The changing of the Rush’s character. Been in all the films but they keep messing with the character. And, his character was not even spoken of on the promotional part on the DVD case.
It is okay to surprise your audience, but the story jumps EVERY TWO SECONDS get to be a bit much.
Johnny can do the Jack character in his sleep. Bringing Keith Richards back for a cameo. Only other past character coming back was Gibbs.
Now, this LAME, CHEAP BLU-RAY PACKAGE.
Yep, I paid an expensive amount of money for an OLD DAYS BUT NOT FOR DISNEY PLAIN SILVER DVD & A COLORFUL FRISBEE.
Back when DVD’s came out in the late 1990’s remember Disney films had colorful discs. BUT EVERYONE IS DOING BLU-RAY DISNEY. Does anyone think Walt would have allowed there cheap looking DVD’s to be released if he was still alive? No, I do NOT think so.
How about these plastic cases WITH THE INTENTIONAL HOLES IN THEM. CHEAP, CHEAP, CHEAP. So discs can be damaged SO YOU ARE FORCED TO BUY ANOTHER.
No chapter list, any information on the film.
Film is fine, best of course is still the 2003 original. But, DISNEY DVD PEOPLE ARE STILL OUT HERE SO RELEASE THEM PROPERLY & STOP THE CUTTING OF CORNERS.
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