• Pranay Jalvi
    Pranay Jalvi
    39 reviews
    Top Reviewer

    Dead Men Tell No Tales doesn't rewrite the rulebook for the franchise
    or the genre as a whole, and is wholly predictable from start to
    finish, but the likable characters—Thwaites and Scodelario have more
    natural presence and mutual chemistry than Bloom and Knightley—
    creative action set pieces, and Depp finally being put in his place in
    the franchise creates a fun ride that's instantly unforgettable. It
    works well enough as a stand-alone, swashbuckling comedic spectacle,
    thanks to the terrific performances, some ingenious practical effects,
    impressive CGI and a steady diet of PG-13 dialogue. There were couple
    of Scenes which were unnecessary (like where Keira comes out of nowhere
    in the final scene). Otherwise, the movie was overall good but can't
    match the goodness of the First 2 Installments of the franchise

    My Rating : 3.5/5

    May 29, 17
  • Rhiki Ranjan Neupane
    Rhiki Ranjan Neupane
    34 reviews
    Top Reviewer


    Good : visual treat( VFX) , background music , Performances by the cast .

    Weakness : bad screenplay , plot , predictability

    May 29, 17