Who will first find the Trident of Poseidon, which contains the power of the sea?
Can we say that a story is just totally consumed, told from all sides, in all possible ways and everything further we will see to it will be perceived as Deja Vu? Or perhaps it depends on the storyteller and his imagination, or the ability to find a new angle that will take us in a completely different direction?
Whatever the answer to these questions is, there is one small problem with the new and long awaited sequel to Pirates of the Caribbean – every scene in the film acts already seen, all the characters resemble those already we have encountered in the previous sections, and the content … as the theme of the previous sections is chopped to pieces and indirectly told with other words.
And the strangest thing of all – where is Jack Sparrow in the movie? Perhaps the film should have a slightly different name, something such as Pirates of the Caribbean: The Next Generation, to prepare us for the presence of the new and young faces and the absence of those who were sweet and dear to us and why we went to cinema to see the movie …