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PostPosted: 23 Feb 2010, 12:03 
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I haven't had a bit of interest in this, but this may be promising.

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PostPosted: 24 Feb 2010, 01:01 
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I haven't had a bit of interest in this, but this may be promising.

Nah, still gonna be a waste of time.

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First teaser trailer, he sounds odd, maybe poor sound

Pirates 4 teaser

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Hey guys,

If you want more of a behind-the-scenes look, you should check out this Movie Surfer's video. Shows you a bit more!

http://www.movieweb.com/movie/pirates-o ... featurette


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Hey guys,

If you want more of a behind-the-scenes look, you should check out this Movie Surfer's video. Shows you a bit more!

http://www.movieweb.com/movie/pirates-o ... featurette

Sorry, someone beat you to it.

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I know, I'm glad they showed me this thread! What do you all think about Johnny Depp being the main story in this film (without Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley)? He has made Jack Sparrow into such a popular character. Think fans will be excited to see even more?


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I don't know. I'm not sure if "the fans" really exist any more. Most have grown up, and #3 was such a turd that I'm certainly not holding much hope for this. I'll probably still see this, but I'm a sucker for spectacle.

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I'm actually starting to look forward to it, purely to see if Ian MacShane can call up Al Swearengen and outham Depp

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#3 was far too muddled/confusing for me. While this is far from a guarantee that #4 will be muddled/confusing (nor does it absolutely stop me from seeing #4), it does cut down my drive to see the forthcoming sequel.

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F.N.G. wrote:
I don't know. I'm not sure if "the fans" really exist any more. Most have grown up, and #3 was such a turd that I'm certainly not holding much hope for this. I'll probably still see this, but I'm a sucker for spectacle.


It is hard to believe that The Curse of the Black Pearl came out 8 years ago. Seriously, time flies. One thing is certain, Disney definitely does not want to lose their fans! They're even putting out an ad during the Super Bowl. Check it out:

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/s ... -ads-73548


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F.N.G. wrote:
I don't know. I'm not sure if "the fans" really exist any more. Most have grown up, and #3 was such a turd that I'm certainly not holding much hope for this. I'll probably still see this, but I'm a sucker for spectacle.


It is hard to believe that The Curse of the Black Pearl came out 8 years ago. Seriously, time flies. One thing is certain, Disney definitely does not want to lose their fans! They're even putting out an ad during the Super Bowl. Check it out:

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/s ... -ads-73548

British. Superbowl means zilch to me.

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F.N.G. wrote:
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F.N.G. wrote:
I don't know. I'm not sure if "the fans" really exist any more. Most have grown up, and #3 was such a turd that I'm certainly not holding much hope for this. I'll probably still see this, but I'm a sucker for spectacle.


It is hard to believe that The Curse of the Black Pearl came out 8 years ago. Seriously, time flies. One thing is certain, Disney definitely does not want to lose their fans! They're even putting out an ad during the Super Bowl. Check it out:

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/s ... -ads-73548

British. Superbowl means zilch to me.


It's like rugby but wearing lots of armor in case they get hurt, and more fatties

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dawson99 wrote:
F.N.G. wrote:
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F.N.G. wrote:
I don't know. I'm not sure if "the fans" really exist any more. Most have grown up, and #3 was such a turd that I'm certainly not holding much hope for this. I'll probably still see this, but I'm a sucker for spectacle.


It is hard to believe that The Curse of the Black Pearl came out 8 years ago. Seriously, time flies. One thing is certain, Disney definitely does not want to lose their fans! They're even putting out an ad during the Super Bowl. Check it out:

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/s ... -ads-73548

British. Superbowl means zilch to me.


It's like rugby but wearing lots of armor in case they get hurt, and more fatties

Don't forget, they can throw the ball forwards... makes it a lot easier to score a try... sorry, "touchdown".

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dawson99 wrote:
F.N.G. wrote:
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F.N.G. wrote:
I don't know. I'm not sure if "the fans" really exist any more. Most have grown up, and #3 was such a turd that I'm certainly not holding much hope for this. I'll probably still see this, but I'm a sucker for spectacle.


It is hard to believe that The Curse of the Black Pearl came out 8 years ago. Seriously, time flies. One thing is certain, Disney definitely does not want to lose their fans! They're even putting out an ad during the Super Bowl. Check it out:

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/s ... -ads-73548

British. Superbowl means zilch to me.


It's like rugby but wearing lots of armor in case they get hurt, and more fatties

And a lot more viewers.

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alan smithee wrote:
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F.N.G. wrote:
I don't know. I'm not sure if "the fans" really exist any more. Most have grown up, and #3 was such a turd that I'm certainly not holding much hope for this. I'll probably still see this, but I'm a sucker for spectacle.


It is hard to believe that The Curse of the Black Pearl came out 8 years ago. Seriously, time flies. One thing is certain, Disney definitely does not want to lose their fans! They're even putting out an ad during the Super Bowl. Check it out:

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/s ... -ads-73548

British. Superbowl means zilch to me.


It's like rugby but wearing lots of armor in case they get hurt, and more fatties

And a lot more viewers.


I've been Smitheed

FWIW I prefer American Football, just needs a few less breaks and would be happier

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alan smithee wrote:
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F.N.G. wrote:
I don't know. I'm not sure if "the fans" really exist any more. Most have grown up, and #3 was such a turd that I'm certainly not holding much hope for this. I'll probably still see this, but I'm a sucker for spectacle.


It is hard to believe that The Curse of the Black Pearl came out 8 years ago. Seriously, time flies. One thing is certain, Disney definitely does not want to lose their fans! They're even putting out an ad during the Super Bowl. Check it out:

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/s ... -ads-73548

British. Superbowl means zilch to me.


It's like rugby but wearing lots of armor in case they get hurt, and more fatties

And a lot more viewers.

Not necessarily Whilst not exactly conclusive, the one that sounds the most informed (the long paragraph entitled popularity in sports) seems to think differently.

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F.N.G. wrote:
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F.N.G. wrote:
I don't know. I'm not sure if "the fans" really exist any more. Most have grown up, and #3 was such a turd that I'm certainly not holding much hope for this. I'll probably still see this, but I'm a sucker for spectacle.


It is hard to believe that The Curse of the Black Pearl came out 8 years ago. Seriously, time flies. One thing is certain, Disney definitely does not want to lose their fans! They're even putting out an ad during the Super Bowl. Check it out:

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/s ... -ads-73548

British. Superbowl means zilch to me.


It's like rugby but wearing lots of armor in case they get hurt, and more fatties

And a lot more viewers.

Not necessarily Whilst not exactly conclusive, the one that sounds the most informed (the long paragraph entitled popularity in sports) seems to think differently.

The word "Super" appears nowhere on that page. My comment was not about American football in general (which may be less popular than rugby (and cricket, and football (AKA soccer))), but about the Super Bowl (as was OP's). The Super Bowl seems to draw quite a lot of viewers in the US (and a hell of a lot of the world's TV viewers are in the US). Does anywhere on the page you linked to (or anywhere else for that matter), note that some sort of rugby championship game (or any game, for that matter) has a bigger television draw (worldwide) that the Super Bowl? I'm still honestly not sure of rugby's international television draw (or, technically, the Super Bowl's). Of course, I'm not really sold on "evidence" like
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(even if "believe" were spelled correctly, "Football" weren't capitalized, and there were a space between "[f]ootball" and "(soccer)").

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alan smithee wrote:
F.N.G. wrote:
alan smithee wrote:
dawson99 wrote:
F.N.G. wrote:
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F.N.G. wrote:
I don't know. I'm not sure if "the fans" really exist any more. Most have grown up, and #3 was such a turd that I'm certainly not holding much hope for this. I'll probably still see this, but I'm a sucker for spectacle.


It is hard to believe that The Curse of the Black Pearl came out 8 years ago. Seriously, time flies. One thing is certain, Disney definitely does not want to lose their fans! They're even putting out an ad during the Super Bowl. Check it out:

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/s ... -ads-73548

British. Superbowl means zilch to me.


It's like rugby but wearing lots of armor in case they get hurt, and more fatties

And a lot more viewers.

Not necessarily Whilst not exactly conclusive, the one that sounds the most informed (the long paragraph entitled popularity in sports) seems to think differently.

The word "Super" appears nowhere on that page. My comment was not about American football in general (which may be less popular than rugby (and cricket, and football (AKA soccer))), but about the Super Bowl (as was OP's). The Super Bowl seems to draw quite a lot of viewers in the US (and a hell of a lot of the world's TV viewers are in the US). Does anywhere on the page you linked to (or anywhere else for that matter), note that some sort of rugby championship game (or any game, for that matter) has a bigger television draw (worldwide) that the Super Bowl? I'm still honestly not sure of rugby's international television draw (or, technically, the Super Bowl's). Of course, I'm not really sold on "evidence" like
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I beilive that the top 2 sports in the world is Football(soccer) and then rugby

(even if "believe" were spelled correctly, "Football" weren't capitalized, and there were a space between "[f]ootball" and "(soccer)").

Hence why I said "whilst not exactly conclusive" and referred to the paragraph that seemed to know what it was talking about (rather than the other ramblings).

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I think the mains difference is Rugby is liked all over the worls, and America basically makes sports that only really they play to that level

(see baseball 'world' series)

Anyway, Pirates of the Carribean eh

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I think the mains difference is Rugby is liked all over the worls

I have no problem believing that in many, many countries, rugby is popular and more popular than American football. However, this still doesn't actually speak to OP's Super Bowl note.

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I think the mains difference is Rugby is liked all over the worls

I have no problem believing that in many, many countries, rugby is popular and more popular than American football. However, this still doesn't actually speak to OP's Super Bowl note.

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I think the mains difference is Rugby is liked all over the worls

I have no problem believing that in many, many countries, rugby is popular and more popular than American football. However, this still doesn't actually speak to OP's Super Bowl note.

OP?

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In this case, of the thread that began here:
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It is hard to believe that The Curse of the Black Pearl came out 8 years ago. Seriously, time flies. One thing is certain, Disney definitely does not want to lose their fans! They're even putting out an ad during the Super Bowl. Check it out:

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F.N.G. wrote:
alan smithee wrote:
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I think the mains difference is Rugby is liked all over the worls

I have no problem believing that in many, many countries, rugby is popular and more popular than American football. However, this still doesn't actually speak to OP's Super Bowl note.

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