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Pirates of the Caribbean (The Curse of the Black Pearl) - That Curse Doesn't Work...
This mistake's kinda big ; the moonlight is supposed to reveal the true nature of the pirates...
But when Elizabeth is on the Pearl with them, though it's all happening by night with a very stare blue light easily comparable to the moon's, they look human as can be...
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The movie and a bit of logic
Avg. Rating:    5.5 of 10 - (15 votes cast)
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Alexia on 11-08-2004
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Krystal writes:
The MOONLIGHT reveals their true "nature" yes, but it was cloudy when she was first on the Black Pearl remember? Then after she stabbed Captain Barbossa and tried to get away the doors opened, and then the moon was out, and THEN you could see their real nature. Not a slip up at all, it's just cloudy in some parts of the movie.....
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Kerreth writes:
Yes, you are right if talking about the part when they attack the city and taking Miss Swan. BUT right before she gets on board there is a scene of clouds hiding the moon so when she is on board there SHOULD BE NO moonlight, so at this point it's not a mistake.
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Tefimom writes:
Clouds or no clouds there is an easy explaination. There are many large things on a ship that might cause a shadow. It seems to be easy to see in the movie that the moonlight must be directly touching them. not just present.
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Jen writes:
No, I agree with this slip-up... because when Elizabeth first goes onto the Pearl, you can clearly see the moonlight reflecting off of a bald pirate's head who is standing next to Barbosa
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Kenny writes:
Don't really know if this is a slip-up. They can't really avoid it or else about 30 minutes of the movie are pointless.
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