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Best movie EVER

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Best movie EVER   Tuesday, September 9, 2003 (6:09 a.m.) 

Pirates of the Caribbean IS one of the best movies I have ever seen! I'm in love! Johny Depp and Orlando Bloom! Oh my god!

I have now seen the film three times and I like it more and more each time! There's action, sword fighting, humour, 2 good looking guys, "ghosts" and some romantic stuff! What more can a girl ask?

I also like the music! LOVE IT actually! I noticed at once that it sounds a bit similar to the music of The Rock (one of my favorites also). If anyone knows more films with the music of the same composer I would like to know! I'd like to see them because I like his/her style.

I sound like a teenage girl being so excited about a movie like this (when in fact I am 23).

QUESTION! After seeing the film 3 times there is still something about the plot I don't understand. Why is the blood of William Turner needed to lift the curse?

If you want to talk about the movie or anything else send me a e-mail.

Arsa
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will turner's blood   Tuesday, September 9, 2003 (1:02 p.m.) 

To lift the curse they all needed to put back every single coin they stole and they needed to pour their own blood into the chest. They didn't realize this until they tied Bootstrap's bootstraps to a cannon and sunk him (making his blood rather inaccessible). They had already put every coin back in the chest and they had each put in their own blood. Since Bootstrap Bill was at the bottom of the sea, they had to use his son's blood (I guess it was more the same bloodline than the actual person's blood).

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Re: will turner's blood   Tuesday, September 9, 2003 (3:41 p.m.) 

> To lift the curse they all needed to put back every single coin they stole
> and they needed to pour their own blood into the chest. They didn't
> realize this until they tied Bootstrap's bootstraps to a cannon and sunk
> him (making his blood rather inaccessible). They had already put every
> coin back in the chest and they had each put in their own blood. Since
> Bootstrap Bill was at the bottom of the sea, they had to use his son's
> blood (I guess it was more the same bloodline than the actual person's
> blood).

But Captain Sparrow who joins the curse just in the end doesn't put his blood in the chest thus the curse should not have been broken when Will dropped his blod because now Captain Sparrow was included in the curse since he had become an undead by taking a coin from the chest. When I read your post I just realized that.. Am I not right??

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The blood repaid.   Tuesday, September 9, 2003 (4:18 p.m.) 

> But Captain Sparrow who joins the curse just in the end doesn't put his
> blood in the chest thus the curse should not have been broken when Will
> dropped his blod because now Captain Sparrow was included in the curse
> since he had become an undead by taking a coin from the chest. When I read
> your post I just realized that.. Am I not right??

Actually, he *did* repay with his blood. It all happens very quickly, but during his duel with Barbossa, Sparrow takes the medallion, slices his hand with his sword, and then hurls it toward Will.

You'd probably have to watch the scene twice to catch it. Just like how I had to watch twice to notice him pilfering the coin up his sleeve to begin with.

http://geocities.com/angie_liu201/pirates_soundtrack.html -- Pirates of the Caribbean Soundtrack Companion Guide

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Re: The blood repaid.   Thursday, September 11, 2003 (2:15 p.m.) 

> Actually, he *did* repay with his blood. It all happens very quickly, but
> during his duel with Barbossa, Sparrow takes the medallion, slices his
> hand with his sword, and then hurls it toward Will.

> You'd probably have to watch the scene twice to catch it. Just like how I
> had to watch twice to notice him pilfering the coin up his sleeve to begin
> with.

> http://geocities.com/angie_liu201/pirates_soundtrack.html -- Pirates of
> the Caribbean Soundtrack Companion Guide

OK You're propably right! I have just seen the movie once I was going to see it last week but it was sold out. But this saturday I'm of to see the brilliant film again.. Thank you for pointing that out. I didn't want there to be bloopers of that kind since I love the movie so much, I'm glad you proved me wrong

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Pirates of the Caribbean   Sunday, September 14, 2003 (2:03 a.m.) 

I have seen the movie once and i will see it again in Gold Class. I really really loved it.

Schatze

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Re: blood of will turner   Tuesday, September 16, 2003 (2:12 p.m.) 

i wondered that too until i discussed with someone i saw it with for the third time.

Will turner's blood was needed because his father had sent the gold piece to him to keep the curse on them. Bootstrap was obviously not under the curse (or when he was drowned he wouldn't have been dead LoL)
we decided that because the pirates killed him, his blood needed to be involved in the ending of the curse... or something like that

i can't completely remember our whole theory but when we talked about it it made perfect sense
i will try and remember and post it soon!

we talked about it about a week ago so i am sorry if i am unclear.

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Re: blood of will turner   Saturday, October 18, 2003 (8:05 p.m.) 

> i wondered that too until i discussed with someone i saw it with for the
> third time.

> Will turner's blood was needed because his father had sent the gold piece
> to him to keep the curse on them. Bootstrap was obviously not under the
> curse (or when he was drowned he wouldn't have been dead LoL)
we
> decided that because the pirates killed him, his blood needed to be
> involved in the ending of the curse... or something like that

> i can't completely remember our whole theory but when we talked about it
> it made perfect sense
i will try and remember and post it soon!

> we talked about it about a week ago so i am sorry if i am unclear.

But Bootstrap was under the curse, otherwise they wouldn't have needed his (or Will's) blood in the first place. He stole the treasure from the chest, just like the others, and when he sent the medallion away to Will the other pirates sent him to the crushing black oblivion of Davy Jones' Locker. He's either still there, now dead because the curse was lifted; or alive and well somewhere, probably prepared for the plot of the sequel.

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