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Black Pearl Show: Pirates of the Caribbean

Scott & Heather Artis - Pirates of the Caribbean

Discussing and analyzing Pirates of the Caribbean films, Disney theme park rides, and expanded universe using pirate facts, humor, film critique and Golden Age of Piracy history
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Double sword penetration from behind? Yeah, Elizabeth Swann has become quite the pirate and sword master! Join us for this latest episode as we slice and dice the most emblematic swashbuckler minutes 116 and 117 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. In this show we discuss the music of Hans Zimmer – specifically “Heart Madness” from the complete motion picture score that incorporates Klaus Badelt’s “He’s a Pirate” and the famously recognizable thriller composition by Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Toccata and Fugue in D Minor BWV 565” that has appeared in movies spanning Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Phantom of the Opera, and Disney films 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and Fantasia. Conversation continues with motion sickness cinematography, brass knuckles (knuckledusters) and the link to Abraham Lincoln, the incredible coconut throw referencing The Bishop’s Wife, It’s a Wonderful Life, and Elf, Hadras losing his head (actors Reggie Lee and Ho-Kwan Tse), the heart of Davy Jones, Calypso/Tia Dalma, more movie tropes and clichés, and what’s in store for The Black Pearl Show Season 3. Thank you for listening to this episode of The Black Pearl Show (Pirates of the Caribbean Minute)! If you enjoyed it, please like and share on Twitter and Facebook. We’d also be VERY grateful if you could rate, review, and subscribe to Pirates of the Caribbean Minute (Black Pearl Show) on iTunes. You can also listen and review via Stitcher, Tune In, and Google Play. For questions or comments, you can call the show at 86-37-PIRATE or send an email to podcast@blackpearlminute.com. We just might feature your questions on future episodes. Your support helps a lot in ranking this show and would be greatly appreciated. If you’re looking for a podcast that discusses Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise (in a movies by minutes format), integrates historical pirate and the golden age of piracy facts, analyzes and entertains, then Pirates of the Caribbean Minute is for you. Website: http://blackpearlminute.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/PiratesoftheCaribbeanMinute Twitter: https://twitter.com/blackpearlmin Instagram: https://instagram.com/blackpearlshow Cursed Listeners’ Crew (A Pirates of the Caribbean Minute Facebook Group): https://www.facebook.com/groups/272990339778981/
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In this latest installment, we discover the proper way to chase Elizabeth Swann...skipping through the jungle while swinging your cannonballs. Join us as we discuss minutes 114 and 115 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest while watching the water wheel on Isla Cruces. From iconic 70s and 80s movies like Star Wars, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Jaws and Weird Science, we learn some disturbing facts about Heather’s cinema prowess and round out the movie references with a bit of failed Princess Bride quotes and more Geena Davis and Cutthroat Island. We also talk voodoo dolls, poppets, clichés, catchphrases, movie tropes, subtle Indiana Jones references, crew of the Flying Dutchman, endangered sawfish, and more hypotheses about Pirates of the Caribbean 6, female pirate Redd, and the ousting of Johnny Depp and Captain Jack Sparrow. Thank you for listening to this episode of The Black Pearl Show (Pirates of the Caribbean Minute)! If you enjoyed it, please like and share on Twitter and Facebook. We’d also be VERY grateful if you could rate, review, and subscribe to Pirates of the Caribbean Minute (Black Pearl Show) on iTunes. You can also listen and review via Stitcher, Tune In, and Google Play. For questions or comments, you can call the show at 86-37-PIRATE or send an email to podcast@blackpearlminute.com. We just might feature your questions on future episodes. Your support helps a lot in ranking this show and would be greatly appreciated. If you’re looking for a podcast that discusses Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise (in a movies by minutes format), integrates historical pirate and the golden age of piracy facts, analyzes and entertains, then Pirates of the Caribbean Minute is for you. Website: http://blackpearlminute.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/PiratesoftheCaribbeanMinute Twitter: https://twitter.com/blackpearlmin Instagram: https://instagram.com/blackpearlshow Cursed Listeners’ Crew (A Pirates of the Caribbean Minute Facebook Group): https://www.facebook.com/groups/272990339778981/
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Ever get caught off-guard when gently poked by the tip of a sword? If so, then join us for the latest episode of the Black Pearl Show as we thrust our swords while tackling minutes 112 and 113 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. In this cast we discuss Pirates of the Caribbean: Tides of War mobile game, revisit Captain Jack Sparrow poking Will Turner with his sword in the previous minute, Jack Sparrow deflecting the blame onto “said pirate,” a blow to Norrington’s ego via a good insult, the case of the transported key to Dead Man’s Chest, a line in the trailer disappears in the final film, casket and grave foreshadowing, water wheels, Wheel of Fortune track, the Commonwealth of Dominica film location, a 2006 movie review, and we reference Pirates of the Caribbean theme park ride, The Toy, White Christmas and Saturday Night Live. Thank you for listening to this episode of The Black Pearl Show (Pirates of the Caribbean Minute)! If you enjoyed it, please like and share on Twitter and Facebook. We’d also be VERY grateful if you could rate, review, and subscribe to Pirates of the Caribbean Minute (Black Pearl Show) on iTunes. You can also listen and review via Stitcher, Tune In, and Google Play. For questions or comments, you can call the show at 86-37-PIRATE or send an email to podcast@blackpearlminute.com. We just might feature your questions on future episodes. Your support helps a lot in ranking this show and would be greatly appreciated. If you’re looking for a podcast that discusses Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise (in a movies by minutes format), integrates historical pirate and the golden age of piracy facts, analyzes and entertains, then Pirates of the Caribbean Minute is for you. Website: http://blackpearlminute.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/PiratesoftheCaribbeanMinute Twitter: https://twitter.com/blackpearlmin Instagram: https://instagram.com/blackpearlshow Cursed Listeners’ Crew (A Pirates of the Caribbean Minute Facebook Group): https://www.facebook.com/groups/272990339778981/
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Fake fainting, three-way swordfights and Elizabeth in heat! There’s no doubt the Black Pearl Show is back and ready to dive into a bit of Pirates of the Caribbean talk. Join us for episode 105 as we breakdown minutes 110 and 111 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest in all its ruined church and blasphemy glory. In this episode we discuss listener hate messages and co-worker nicknames, the latest Pirates of the Caribbean 6 rumors involving Johnny Depp and Captain Jack Sparrow, Pirates of the Caribbean listed as the 12th biggest franchise of all time, James Norrington fighting dirty, famous phrases and clichés including “by your leave,” the parallels between Pirates of the Caribbean and The Last of the Mohicans, the reality of Vieille Case, Dominica and its mangos and fried chicken, the troubled and plagued history of Isla Cruces and the Church of England, and we wrap things up with a bit of comedic disdain for the National Temperance Society and Commission on Temperance’s condemnation for 15 Men on a Dead Man’s Chest song in 1918. Thank you for listening to this episode of The Black Pearl Show (Pirates of the Caribbean Minute)! If you enjoyed it, please like and share on Twitter and Facebook. We’d also be VERY grateful if you could rate, review, and subscribe to Pirates of the Caribbean Minute (Black Pearl Show) on iTunes. You can also listen and review via Stitcher, Tune In, and Google Play. For questions or comments, you can call the show at 86-37-PIRATE or send an email to podcast@blackpearlminute.com. We just might feature your questions on future episodes. Your support helps a lot in ranking this show and would be greatly appreciated. If you’re looking for a podcast that discusses Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise (in a movies by minutes format), integrates historical pirate and the golden age of piracy facts, analyzes and entertains, then Pirates of the Caribbean Minute is for you. Website: http://blackpearlminute.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/PiratesoftheCaribbeanMinute Twitter: https://twitter.com/blackpearlmin Instagram: https://instagram.com/blackpearlshow Cursed Listeners’ Crew (A Pirates of the Caribbean Minute Facebook Group): https://www.facebook.com/groups/272990339778981/
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What? No Captain Jack Sparrow! The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise may no longer be calling Johnny Depp for a booty call as reports are surfacing of a reboot and the loss of Jack Sparrow. Join us as we discuss the latest Pirates of the Caribbean news that a reboot is on the way with Disney courting Deadpool and Zombieland writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick to write the script. Additionally, we examine the unintentional breakout star Captain Jack Sparrow that overshined Elizabeth Swann, wonder if the movie can succeed without the fan-favorite character, what a transition or reboot might be, and wallow in our own Garden Party as we reminisce and find an unlikely metaphor in Ricky Nelson. Thank you for listening to this episode of The Black Pearl Show (Pirates of the Caribbean Minute)! If you enjoyed it, please like and share on Twitter and Facebook. We’d also be VERY grateful if you could rate, review, and subscribe to Pirates of the Caribbean Minute (Black Pearl Show) on iTunes. You can also listen and review via Stitcher, Tune In, and Google Play. For questions or comments, you can call the show at 86-37-PIRATE or send an email to podcast@blackpearlminute.com. We just might feature your questions on future episodes. Your support helps a lot in ranking this show and would be greatly appreciated. If you’re looking for a podcast that discusses Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise (in a movies by minutes format), integrates historical pirate and the golden age of piracy facts, analyzes and entertains, then Pirates of the Caribbean Minute is for you. Website: http://blackpearlminute.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/PiratesoftheCaribbeanMinute Twitter: https://twitter.com/blackpearlmin Instagram: https://instagram.com/blackpearlshow Cursed Listeners’ Crew (A Pirates of the Caribbean Minute Facebook Group): https://www.facebook.com/groups/272990339778981/
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If you’re looking for a bit of man on man on man sword fighting action, then look no further than the internet or Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. Scott and Heather return from an unplanned hiatus to tackle the euphemism of the week while reviewing minutes 108 and 109. Join us as we discuss the latest in Pirates of the Caribbean news (from merchandise to the end of Jack Sparrow), go deep on the pirate philosophy with ambition, redemption and temptation, identify Elizabeth Swann as the real focal point of the sword fighting scene and give her props for the euphemism of the week, gather more evidence that a man can’t tell a woman to do anything, identify a few Curse of the Black Pearl callbacks, read a listener question, and make a failed attempt at discussing island flora and fauna. Thank you for listening to this episode of The Black Pearl Show (Pirates of the Caribbean Minute)! If you enjoyed it, please like and share on Twitter and Facebook. We’d also be VERY grateful if you could rate, review, and subscribe to Pirates of the Caribbean Minute (Black Pearl Show) on iTunes. You can also listen and review via Stitcher, Tune In, and Google Play. For questions or comments, you can call the show at 86-37-PIRATE or send an email to podcast@blackpearlminute.com. We just might feature your questions on future episodes. Your support helps a lot in ranking this show and would be greatly appreciated. If you’re looking for a podcast that discusses Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise (in a movies by minutes format), integrates historical pirate and the golden age of piracy facts, analyzes and entertains, then Pirates of the Caribbean Minute is for you. Website: http://blackpearlminute.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/PiratesoftheCaribbeanMinute Twitter: https://twitter.com/blackpearlmin Instagram: https://instagram.com/blackpearlshow Cursed Listeners’ Crew (A Pirates of the Caribbean Minute Facebook Group): https://www.facebook.com/groups/272990339778981/
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It’s time to take bad dog to an entirely disastrous level as we forgo the Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest breakdown to respond to the latest Gizmodo article working hard to revise the Cutthroat Island movie history. Join us as we set sail for Cutthroat Island and discuss this film debacle from behind the scenes to box office performance to legendary Hollywood flop, counter the premise that Cutthroat Island is far from a disaster, learn about the downfall and bankruptcy of Carolco Pictures, known for franchises like Rambo and Terminator, the film’s failure in acting performances from Geena Davis and Matthew Modine and technical aspects including writing/script, cinematography, editing, overused practical effects and slow motion techniques, references to Kaiju movies and Star Wars prequels, the potential Cutthroat Island had to prevent the production of Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, and just plain colossal dud fun. Thank you for listening to this episode of The Black Pearl Show (Pirates of the Caribbean Minute)! If you enjoyed it, please like and share on Twitter and Facebook. We’d also be VERY grateful if you could rate, review, and subscribe to Pirates of the Caribbean Minute (Black Pearl Show) on iTunes. You can also listen and review via Stitcher, Tune In, and Google Play. For questions or comments, you can call the show at 86-37-PIRATE or send an email to podcast@blackpearlminute.com. We just might feature your questions on future episodes. Your support helps a lot in ranking this show and would be greatly appreciated. If you’re looking for a podcast that discusses Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise (in a movies by minutes format), integrates historical pirate and the golden age of piracy facts, analyzes and entertains, then Pirates of the Caribbean Minute is for you. Website: http://blackpearlminute.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/PiratesoftheCaribbeanMinute Twitter: https://twitter.com/blackpearlmin Instagram: https://instagram.com/blackpearlshow Cursed Listeners’ Crew (A Pirates of the Caribbean Minute Facebook Group): https://www.facebook.com/groups/272990339778981/
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We’re back scalawags and ready to give props to love gone bad...fishy bad. Join us for the latest episode as we unravel minutes 106 and 107 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. The white sandy beaches of Isla Cruces are the perfect setting to discuss the Pirates of the Caribbean: the edge of oblivion fan film, the power of Davy Jones’ Dead Man’s Chest, the contents of the buried chest, a flintlock peg leg, history of baroque pearls and their legendary powers, the origin of the idiom “Time and tide wait for no man” with Chaucer and St. Marher, the surprise return of Will Turner, questions about Killing Davy Jones’ heart and the Kraken, 5 individual musical scores from the expanded soundtrack, and we jump into Dead Man’s Chest script including American illustrator Howard Pyle who defined the pirate look stereotype. Thank you for listening to this episode of The Black Pearl Show (Pirates of the Caribbean Minute)! If you enjoyed it, please like and share on Twitter and Facebook. We’d also be VERY grateful if you could rate, review, and subscribe to Pirates of the Caribbean Minute (Black Pearl Show) on iTunes. You can also listen and review via Stitcher, Tune In, and Google Play. For questions or comments, you can call the show at 86-37-PIRATE or send an email to podcast@blackpearlminute.com. We just might feature your questions on future episodes. Your support helps a lot in ranking this show and would be greatly appreciated. If you’re looking for a podcast that discusses Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise (in a movies by minutes format), integrates historical pirate and the golden age of piracy facts, analyzes and entertains, then Pirates of the Caribbean Minute is for you. Website: http://blackpearlminute.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/PiratesoftheCaribbeanMinute Twitter: https://twitter.com/blackpearlmin Instagram: https://instagram.com/blackpearlshow Cursed Listeners’ Crew (A Pirates of the Caribbean Minute Facebook Group): https://www.facebook.com/groups/272990339778981/
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Nothing gets us in the mood more and all backed up than meditating after Elizabeth Swann gives you the runaround. Join us for this episode of the Black Pearl Show as we tackle minutes 104 and 105 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. In this show we announce the winner of the 2nd Annual Listeners’ Appreciation Contest, give a few excuses as to why the show was delayed, compare Facebook audience sizes between Star Wars and Pirates of the Caribbean, take a voyage of discovery regarding Pirates of the Caribbean fan films, discuss a disgruntled James Norrington stealing the scene, a list of our favorite things spanning music, cinematography, Captain Jack Sparrow’s Peter Pan pose, and scenes, identify a couple of missed filmmaking opportunities, use Pintel and Ragetti to learn about modern circus origins and history, go behind the scenes on Isla Cruces and the real location of Exuma, Bahamas, dive into Exuma and Bahama pirate history spanning Calico Jack Rackham, Blackbeard, Mary Reed, Anne Bonny, and Captain Kidd, the ties to the American Revolutionary War with John Rolle, the lore of feral pigs on Pig Beach, David Copperfield’s janitorial island macaws, and listener comments on why they like Pirates of the Caribbean films and rides. Thank you for listening to this episode of The Black Pearl Show (Pirates of the Caribbean Minute)! If you enjoyed it, please like and share on Twitter and Facebook. We’d also be VERY grateful if you could rate, review, and subscribe to Pirates of the Caribbean Minute (Black Pearl Show) on iTunes. You can also listen and review via Stitcher, Tune In, and Google Play. For questions or comments, you can call the show at 86-37-PIRATE or send an email to podcast@blackpearlminute.com. We just might feature your questions on future episodes. Your support helps a lot in ranking this show and would be greatly appreciated. If you’re looking for a podcast that discusses Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise (in a movies by minutes format), integrates historical pirate and the golden age of piracy facts, analyzes and entertains, then Pirates of the Caribbean Minute is for you. Website: http://blackpearlminute.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/PiratesoftheCaribbeanMinute Twitter: https://twitter.com/blackpearlmin Instagram: https://instagram.com/blackpearlshow Cursed Listeners’ Crew (A Pirates of the Caribbean Minute Facebook Group): https://www.facebook.com/groups/272990339778981/
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In true pirate fashion, we plunder more Indiana Jones references and wonder if there is ever a scenario where a movie can have too many. Join us for minutes 118 and 119 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as solicit listeners to become our sugar parents, discuss Disney nostalgia and influence on culture, Norrington officially becomes a pirate, repeating clichés and Indiana Jones references, a comparison on all Indiana Jones movie tropes found in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, and Captain Jack Sparrow getting revenge on Will Turner. Additionally, we talk sugar sand, Flying Dutchman crewmembers Old Haddy, Wheelback, Finnegan, Palifico, and round things out with dangerous fire coral and the always fun nematocysts. Thank you for listening to this episode of The Black Pearl Show (Pirates of the Caribbean Minute)! If you enjoyed it, please like and share on Twitter and Facebook. We’d also be VERY grateful if you could rate, review, and subscribe to Pirates of the Caribbean Minute (Black Pearl Show) on iTunes. You can also listen and review via Stitcher, Tune In, and Google Play. For questions or comments, you can call the show at 86-37-PIRATE or send an email to podcast@blackpearlminute.com. We just might feature your questions on future episodes. Your support helps a lot in ranking this show and would be greatly appreciated. If you’re looking for a podcast that discusses Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise (in a movies by minutes format), integrates historical pirate and the golden age of piracy facts, analyzes and entertains, then Pirates of the Caribbean Minute is for you. Website: http://blackpearlminute.com Facebook: https://facebook.com/PiratesoftheCaribbeanMinute Twitter: https://twitter.com/blackpearlmin Instagram: https://instagram.com/blackpearlshow Cursed Listeners’ Crew (A Pirates of the Caribbean Minute Facebook Group): https://www.facebook.com/groups/272990339778981/
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