Pirates of the Caribbean: Summary • The pirates of the Caribbean is about Jack Sparrow and Barbossa embarking on a quest to find the elusive fountain of youth, only to discover that Blackbeard and his daughter are after it too. this film follows Captain Jack Sparrows journey from the three previous Pirates of the Caribbean adventures. • http://uk.imdb.com/video/imdb/vi3747192089/
Budget & Box office takings • Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides directed by Rob Marshall and written by Ted Elliot and Terry Rossio was released in May 18, 2011 in theatres and on DVD september 12, 2011 staring Johnny Depp and Penelope Cruz. • Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides budget to make the film was $150- 250 million and box office takings was $1,039,571, 802.
Availability of film on Internet • Pirates of the Caribbean is available for people on the internet for it to be downloaded and viewed illegally and legally. For example a legal website is: www.lovefilm.com • and illegally: www.slideshare.net, www.flickbomb.com and www.ovguide.com.
DVD Releases • Pirates of the Caribbean was released n DVD on September 12, 201. Pirates of the Caribbean can be purchased from several popular websites like: amazon, HMV, play.com and disney store furthermore it is available on box set, blu- ray, itunes downloads and video games. • on amazon the prices for the DVD is £9.99 howver on blu- ray it is available foe 17.99 ( Blu-Ray 3D + Blu Ray 2D).
Reviews 6.7 ratings (IMDB) • Mixed reviews from several major newspapers like the Guardian, The Times and The Sun. Some slated the film, commenting the third film being terrible, and continuing it with a fourth film that was also bad and lasted too long. On the other hand, other reviews praised the film as it was action packed and thrilling, with suspense from the famous Captain Jack Sparrow. They also commented on the special effects and how it is good on blu-ray, compared to the original DVDs.
Media coverage/ Advertisements • The Pirates of the Caribbean was advertised in various places aimed at their target audience being 12 years+ and families. being advertised on TV, radio, newspapers, magazines, billboards and cereal boxes.