Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

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  • Pirates Of The Caribbean Film Analysis

    Archetypes in the Pirates of the Caribbean Series In the Pirates of the Caribbean series, there are many archetypical characters. Some of the archetypes represented are the good mother, a negative animal, shadow figure, and the trickster. The good mother is Tia Dalma, the bad animal is the Kraken, the shadow figure is Barbossa, and the trickster is Jack Sparrow. Tia Dalma would be the good mother in Pirates of the Caribbean. Tia Dalma is the person who Will Turner, Jack and Jack’s crew go to for help on their journey in the second film. They are looking for a ship called the Flying Dutchman and Tia Dalma shows them where to find it. The good mother “often gives the hero particular objects to help on the journey” (Seger, 392). During Jack’s…

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  • Comparing The Movie 'Pirates Of The Caribbe Dead Man's Chest'

    Lots of people have been enjoying the movies where the Pirates of the Caribbean run wild. The most famous of the pirates is portrayed by Johnny Depp. The movie “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest” first opened up in theaters in the U.S. on July 7, 2006. It starred Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley. This was the second movie in the pirate adventure series. It is part of a multi-billion dollar franchise owned by Disney and it includes books, video games and theme park rides.…

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  • Captain Jack Sparrow Character Analysis

    hero status, fumbling along the way with their own motives, but with a determination to reach their heroic goal intact, and Katniss Everdeen of The Hunger Games and Will Turner of Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl are prime examples of this trope. The modern hero though usually morally sound (as opposed to the anti-hero) also typically…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Taste In Film

    old favorites jogs memories that probably never eves made it into an elementary school English assignment. Early in life I was brought up on an abundance of Scooby Doo tapes and DVDs. While I did get my dose of fairy tales like most other children in my classes, whenever I had the choice, I leaned toward the adventures of the five mystery-solving friends. From these stories I got not only most of the building blocks for my morals, but also my insatiable curiosity and thirst for knowledge. Later…

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  • Barbossa As A Role Model

    seemed like I was encouraging piracy. Barbossa did what he felt he needed to do, at all times, to accomplish his goal. I don't believe he was really a bad guy, even with the mutiny (Really, have you seen Jack? I don't blame Barbossa for the mutiny at all.), he wasn't ever really bad. He has the Code, but to call the Code "rules" is wrong. Barbossa refers to the Code as "guidelines" which is far more appropriate. There's a level of flexibility inherent with guidelines that rules don't allow.…

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  • Essay On Animal Abuse

    is dog fighting. Many dogs that are found in shelters were either abandoned or taken from a dog-fighting ring. Dog- fighting is seen as a felony. One of the most famous instances on dog fighting is the Michael Vick incident. Michael Vick and 3 of his associates were charged with federal and state charges for housing and training over 50 pit bulls to fight each other for money. Bigger, stronger dogs execute poor performers, this is not the only case of dog fighting. Several cases go unreported…

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