THE BEST Pirates Of The Caribbean

The Rules (Guidelines) of Adventure

The Rules (Guidelines) of Adventure

The Pirates of the Caribbean movies are packed with adventure and thrills. Lessons from the Screenplay jumps into the ocean with Jack Sparrow and company for a deep dive into what made Curse of the Black Pearl work so exceptionally, both following adventure movie structures and traditions and surprising us at times.

Pirates of the Carribean: Piano Cover

Pirates of the Carribean: Piano Cover

Avast ye, and shiver me timbers! Musician Peter Bence is back with another rousing grand piano cover, this time taking on the familiar theme music from Pirates of the Caribbean, composed by Hans Zimmer and Klaus Badelt. This guy can tickle our ivories any day.

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Pirates vs. Thrones

Pirates vs. Thrones

Musicians Eshan Denipitiya and David Loke present a simply wonderful piano and violin medley that bounces seamlessly back and forth between the theme music from Game of Thrones and Pirates of the Caribbean. Now there’s a crossover series we’d like to see.

He’s a Pirate: Guitar Cover

He’s a Pirate: Guitar Cover

Musician Alexandr Misko works his magic on Klaus Badelt and Hans Zimmer’s familiar He’s a Pirate, the swashbuckling theme music from Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean movies. He manages to charm a rich array of sounds out of just a single acoustic guitar and a wooden stick.

Dead Men Tell No Tales (Teaser)

Dead Men Tell No Tales (Teaser)

Captain Jack Sparrow returns to the big screen for another Pirates of the Caribbean adventure, as he searches the high seas for the trident of Poseidon, while being pursued by the evil Captain Salazar (Javier Bardem) and his army of undead pirates.

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