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Tuesday, June 19, 2007

GREENLIGHT #143: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (with "Treasure Island" and "The Sea Wolf")

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Ann and Les enjoyed a good swashbuckle over Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (2007.) Les thought Johnny Depp put on a delightful performance matched only by the short but charming stylings of Keith Richards. Ann thought it was an interminable three hours of over-the-top pirate cacophony, most of which she couldn’t even understand. For their GREENLIGHT Rentals, Les recommends his favorite pirate movie Treasure Island (1950.) This comedic send-up of the famous novel featured the creative talents of Robert Newton as Long-John Silve and Bobby Driscoll as Jim Hawkins. It’s a movie made for kids that adults should be ashamed to miss. Ann also recommends a sea-faring film based on a great novel. This one features the commanding talent of Edward G. Robinson as the terrible Captain in Jack London’s The Sea Wolf (1941.)

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