Arrr mateys! I've seen Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End in the middle of the night. Went there with my dad, and he didn't fall asleep.
Anyway, I'll give you a small review without spoilers. I'll try. From what I remember. There is so much going on in this film it's hard to remember the order in which it all happened. So, I won't go into details, which should mean no spoilers.
So, let's just start at the very very gloomy beginning. It was a nice openingsequence with unfamiliar people being hanged and singing. Lord Beckett made an appearance. Then we skip to Singapore, which, might I say, is an amazing set. We are introduced to some of our old friends: Will, Lizzie, the daft crew, Tia Maria (Dalma) and Barbosa. And one of the pirate lords. I'm happy to say that I quite like the way Keira Knightley gives speeches. Feminist, all the way. Then there is lots of fireworks. Ouch to my ears. I'll stop telling the story now.
Different from the first two films is that they use several layers of film on top of eachother (yes, we are seeing Multiple Jacks. The song that we hear is also called that.) Quite an interesting thing to see on screen. As goes for all the special effects, they are amazingly real.
Jack is still incredibly witty, and more so when there are more of him at once. Even Will Turner manages to be witty. Well done. Most witty? The 'mine is bigger than yours'-competition between Jack and Barbosa. Well written, Ted en Terry.
All of our friends have individual interests in this film, which means a lot of betrayal going on. Which is nice. Nobody can be trusted. Tension is high throughout. Unexpected things happen. Romance is there. Sadness as well. Ending is bittersweet, for the lovers. I know this is supposed to be the last part but it's open enough, for Jack.
I've not yet seen the end credits, but I don't doubt that there is a little clip at the end of those. Will have to see on friday.
Hm, anything I'm missing? Think not. Gets about an 8. Storyline gets lowest because there is a bit too much going on which I think is a pity because now I can't remember everything.
Anyway, enjoy when you see it for yourself.