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Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl was the first in what we thought was a trilogy featuring Johnny Depp (of Alice in Wonderland) as Captain Jack Sparrow. Captain Jack is a pirate with a dubious reputation. He is resourceful, yet bumbling, often drunk, but charming, quick not only on his feet, with his wit as well. He is the former captain of the Black Pearl, a ship that now has shredded black sails and is rumoured to be cursed and manned by the undead. The current captain is Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush of Mystery Men), whom has a fearsome reputation, and is not quite as charming as Jack. People in the various Caribbean colonies tend to quake in fear when the Black Pearl comes to their shores. Read more... (904 words, 92 images, estimated 3:37 mins reading time)
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Welcome to Champion City, an atypical backdrop for this movie based on the Dark Horse Comic series of the same name. This story focuses on underdog superheroes that fight for justice, but never get the spotlight. This time the team of The Shoveler (William H. Macy), Mr. Furious (Ben Stiller), and Blue Raja (Hank Azaria) are on the scene when the Red Eye gang attempts a robbery at a grand ball in a nursing home. Even for a villainous gang, this robbery seems lame, but the trio takes on the bad guys with little success, but they are upstaged when the town’s most celebrated superhero, Captain Amazing (Greg Kinnear) comes in to save the day. Little does the trio know that the good Captain is not all about justice these days, but trying to save his image. The Red Eye Gang robbery is a setup by Amazing and his publicist to gain some new publicity. Shoveler, Raja, and Furious encounter Dr. Heller, a weapons developer who says he can up their game with his inventions. He is tired of seeing the misfits doing all the work while guys like Amazing get all the credit. The trio is polite, but regard Heller as a hack. They go to their favorite diner to reflect on the night’s happenings, and still can’t figure out how Amazing still manages to do the things he does. Read more... (739 words, 45 images, estimated 2:57 mins reading time)