Review Summary: Avast mehearty
When I think about albums that deserve a review, the first one coming to mind is Pirates of the etc. Sorry, I’m sick and refuse to spell that.
I watched the movie in the theatre with my friend cause it was his birthday. As expected, the movie ruled, Johnny Depp was weird but owned and a lovely time was had. Those skeleton pirates were quite something. I wanted to *** everyone on the cast (of proper ages) including the skeletons, let’s be real. Not the monkey though, I guess, it was pretty cute though.
Sword fighting happened, cannons exploded, my wittle dick exploded, and the movie overall was orgasmic. The soundtrack perfectly captures that tingly sensation of the excitement of men comparing their swords, and women getting passed around. There’s no bad apple in these lavished symphonic movements, which tell the epic tale of drunken pirates. I wouldn’t mind if Johnny swashbuckled me if you know what I mean, and I also don’t mind when this soundtrack rocks my boat if you catch my drift.
The only downside is the melodies get a little old. Some of the songs are all bluster but no zizzle. There’s plenty of spice with the catchier tracks, but plenty of songs are not memorable apart from the movie. This soundtrack is best experienced while watching the movie. Nonetheless, it is a nostalgic experience listening to this retro soundtrack, and it packs quite a punch like rum. It remains an excellent soundtrack, and Johnny is an excellent actor.