Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.80

Current Rating: 3.80

based on 218 votes and 67 reviews

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  • 1 stars Dumbest movie ever !!
  • 5 stars Great movie and glad I stayed until the very end for the clip! Raises more questions as intended! LOL
  • 5 stars Optical illusions. Funny .
  • 3 stars A dumb movie. If it were not for the Spanish ship I would have left early.
  • 4 stars I went in with an open mind to see that last of the Pirates movies and found it to be pretty good, but it did lack some of the charm that Jack Sparrow had in the prior movies, not quite as eccentric as in the others but that i believe comes with Jack being older. All in all a good finish to the series and was nice to see almost all the original cast come back even for cameo's.
  • 4 stars Really enjoyed it -- takes a lot to make a film like this. Would go to see it again and will indeed when it is on dvd.
  • 4 stars I loved it., was entertaining right from the start. I enjoyed the new spin on the Turner family and look forward to what comes next The movie has some really good looking men in it that is for sure!
  • 1 stars Sweet moses smell the roses, that was absolutely atrocious from start to finish. The last 8 of 10 movies johnny's starred in have been a complete just. Open your eyes people.
  • 4 stars Definitely worth the price of admission.
  • 1 stars Everything, too much to list, follows movie plot from previous movies such as the compass.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

Genre:  Action/Adventure
Running Time:  129 min.
In theatres: May 26, 2017

Current rating: Rating: 3.80
based on 218 votes and 67 reviews
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Cast: Johnny Depp, Javier Bardem, Brenton Thwaites, Kaya Scodelario, Kevin R. McNally, Golshifteh Farahani, David Wenham, Stephen Graham, Orlando Bloom, Geoffrey Rush