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Topic: Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl, Quotes from the movie/DVD & your reviews< Next Oldest | Next Newest >

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Posted: July 13, 2003 10:30 am/pm Quote

Quote (Nadine @ July 13, 2003 12:01 am/pm)
I think I spotted the hidden Mickey, I'm not sure though.

Yoo Hoo, Nadine!

I'll tell you about one reported Hidden Mickey which my wife can verify as true (we saw the movie separately, with one of us "babysitting" our son while the other of us watched the movie, because he's too young for seeing it) and another one which I saw that I don't think other people have mentioned, so that one might just be my imagination.

The Hidden Mickeys in this message are hidden in the red box below

To read the hidden text, put your cursor here and then drag to the right and down while holding the left mouse button down.
As reported on mouseplanet (http://www.mouseplanet.com/more/mm030626lt.htm#hidden), in the movie's first nighttime scene, clouds part in front of a full moon and create a Mickey head very quickly before moving away. The Hidden Mickey I saw is in a scene in which a cannon is shooting a cannon ball at the camera and smoke rising from the cannon has a circular smoke cloud from the blast which grows two smaller circular smoke clouds to its upper right and upper left.

Pretty cool way I came up with to hide the spoiler, huh?
:eyebrow:

My wife Carol just brought up a good point: The previously-reported Hidden Mickey might be the same one I saw, but the reporter might not have remembered all the details like I did.


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Posted: July 15, 2003 10:41 am/pm Quote

The Pirates of the Caribbean -- The Curse of the Black Pearl Soundtrack

BURBANK, Calif. -- On July 22, 2003, prepare to be blown out of the water with the release of Walt Disney Records' The Pirates of the Caribbean -- The Curse of the Black Pearl Soundtrack. Music composer Klaus Badelt and score producer Hans Zimmer set the mood for the highly-anticipated Walt Disney Pictures film with a score that echoes the turbulence of the high seas.

Klaus Badelt gained recognition in his native Germany for scoring dozens of films and commercials. In 1998, he accepted Oscar-winner Hans Zimmer's invitation to relocate to Santa Monica in order to work at Media Ventures. He has since collaborated with Zimmer on scores for Gladiator, The Thin Red Line, The Prince of Egypt, Mission: Impossible 2, Hannibal and Pearl Harbor. Badelt also has completed a variety of independent projects including K-19: The Widowmaker, The Recruit and Basic.

A cursed treasure leads to the adventure of a lifetime as producer Jerry Bruckheimer presents the epic spectacle The Pirates of the Caribbean, starring Johnny Depp, Geoffrey Rush, and Orlando Bloom ("The Lord of the Rings"). In the film, Captain Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush) and the pirates of The Black Pearl attack the town of Port Royal, and kidnap Elizabeth (Keira Knightly), the daughter of the governor! Will Turner (Orlando Bloom) -- desperately in love with Elizabeth, even though he's just a lowly blacksmith -- is determined to rescue her, but to do so, he must join forces with what he hates most: a pirate -- a charming but untrustworthy one -- by the name of Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp). The film opened July 9 in theatres nationwide.

Track listing is as follows:
  • 1. Fog Bound
  • 2. Medallion Calls
  • 3. The Black Pearl
  • 4. Will and Elizabeth
  • 5. Swords Crossed
  • 6. Walk The Plank
  • 7. Barbossa Is Hungry
  • 8. Blood Ritual
  • 9. Moonlight Serenade
  • 10. To The Pirates' Cave!
  • 11. Skull and Crossbones
  • 12. Bootstrap's Bootstraps
  • 13. Underwater March
  • 14. One Last Shot
  • 15. He's A Pirate


The Pirates of the Caribbean Soundtrack ships to retail outlets July 22, 2003, for a suggested CD retail price of $18.98

Order it today for $13.49 from Amazon.com and help the Disney Echo as you save $5.49!*

Price subject to change and was correct at time of posting. See Amazon.com for details.


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Posted: July 16, 2003 10:36 am/pm Quote

As reported here, the tentative schedule has Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl released on Disney DVD & Video on December 2nd of this year.

And speaking of treasure, that's also the day that "wave 3" of Walt Disney Treasures DVD comes out.

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Posted: July 16, 2003 6:00 am/pm Quote

Disney sets course for "Pirates" sequel

LOS ANGELES, July 16 -- The Walt Disney Co. has cleared the decks to launch a sequel to "Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl," after the movie struck box office treasure this past week, a studio spokeswoman said on Wednesday.

The spokeswoman said Disney's Nina Jacobson, president of the Buena Vista Motion Picture Group, is currently talking with writers Ted Elliot and Terry Rosso about story ideas and that a firm commitment to a sequel would depend on the script that is eventually developed.

But it should not be too hard to come up with ideas. In interviews last month to promote the film, Elliot told reporters he had plenty more material from which to draw.

"I've got two more stories to tell about (pirate captain) Jack Sparrow," Elliot said.

The movie, which was inspired by the Disney theme park ride "Pirates of the Caribbean," debuted to more than $46 million at U.S. and Canadian box offices last week, and pulled in a total of just over $70 million in its first five days.

The movie's cast, including Johnny Depp who portrays the fanciful and wily Sparrow, had agreed to make a sequel as part of their original contracts.

In interviews, Depp expressed a willingness to take part in a sequel and said making the movie was more than just fun.

"It was criminal. It was a blast," he said.

Other stars include Orlando Bloom as the young swordsmith named Will Turner whom Sparrow befriends, as well as Turner's love interest Elizabeth Swann, portrayed by Keira Knightley.

Geoffrey Rush played Sparrow's rival, Captain Barbossa.

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Posted: July 16, 2003 7:53 am/pm Quote

Normally I've not been happy with Disney sequels of late, but in this case if they put as much care into the sequel's story and have the same cast and crew as the original, I'm all for it!

:depp:



What do y'all think?


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Posted: July 16, 2003 7:53 am/pm Quote

ARRRRR--Capitalism be good!

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Posted: July 16, 2003 8:00 am/pm Quote

Yoo Hoo, Disney EchoEars! ...or should that be Yo Ho, Disney BuccanEars!
:pirate:

At Walt Disney World, and I assume Disneyland too, guests are eager to see the movie that immortalizes one of their favorite rides, Pirates of the Caribben. And park guests who have seen the new film also want to experience the attraction that inspired the movie. Plus those who've seen the movie already want to ride the attraction again.

And everybody is pouring over the treasure of merchandise booty found in the Pirates shop at the exit to the attraction!

Read the complete story.


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Posted: July 16, 2003 8:04 am/pm Quote

The Hollywood Reporter has this story about the sequel:

Dis sets sail on 'Pirates' sequel

Eager to unearth more buried treasure now that "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" raised its flag high at the boxoffice this past weekend, the Walt Disney Co. is already talking of setting sail on a sequel to the theme park ride-inspired feature. In anticipation of the film's success, Disney had already made sequel arrangements with such key cast members as Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley, as well as with the behind-the-scenes duo of producer Jerry Bruckheimer and director Gore Verbinski. And the studio has also begun talks with "Pirates" scribes Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio about drafting a sequel, though no specific story line has yet been set. Since its opening a week ago today, "Pirates" has earned more than $78 million, including a $46.6 million opening-weekend take easily won last weekend's boxoffice battle.

(If you're a Hollywood Reporter subscriber, and I'm not, the story continues here...)


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Posted: July 24, 2003 8:56 am/pm Quote

I went to see it last night.  All I can say is

:clapping: BRAVO! BRAVO! :clapping:

Johnny Depp was fabulous!  

Yoo Hoo, Rich, I was also smiling the WHOLE time!!!  I too didn't ready ANYTHING regarding the movie so as not to spoil it!

However, I waited and waited for the credits to finish and alas, I left.  Therefore, I didn't see the true ending you mention.  I knew I'd regret leaving!

Can you PM me with what happened after the credits?

On another note, the trailer for Haunted Mansion looks great!  Can't wait until Nov. 26th now!  For those who haven't seen the trailer, go to the official website at www.haunted-mansion.com

OK Rich, I'm wiating for the ending :)


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Posted: July 24, 2003 12:10 am/pm Quote

Quote (Liv2CdWorld @ July 24, 2003 7:56 am/pm)
Can you PM me with what happened after the credits?

OK Rich, I'm wiating for the ending :)

Yoo Hoo, Beth!

Private messages are great, but I'm all into sharing with other Disney fans here.
:)

So, I'll use the hidden spoiler method again in this reply.

What happens in the Pirates of the Caribbean movie at the very end after the credits are over is hidden in the red box below

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The scene is inside the cave where all the treasure is. The monkey returns, looking for his master -- the pirate who died in the cave. He was also trained to find and return that treasure, so that's why he was drawn back to the place. Well, the monkey can't resist jumping up on the treasure and taking a piece of it, one of those cursed pirate medallions, shining in the moonlight through a hole up in the cave. Instantly he is turned into a living skeleton, then he rushes right toward the camera screaming, teeth bared. He gets so close he fills the screen, then it goes black, like he's just killed everyone watching in the audience. Very cool, and well worth waiting for!


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