Not to spoil it for you but… my goodness this album hits so many high points. 10.5/10
Just got out from watching the new Star Wars!
I was doubtful; I wasn’t all too attentive.
I was completely wrong.
I’ll be up front: the latest title for Pirates of the Caribbean, Dead Men Tell No Tales, was a great title to return to the Caribbean franchise. I was skeptical of many things, but found myself swept back into the franchise on a worthy journey indeed.
And that first meeting of Salazar was probably the coolest introduction to an antagonist I have seen in a long time. Like, wow–awesome.
Just took the wife to see the new Guardian’s of the Galaxy:D And there was most definitely two different takeaways. That aside, one truth remains: that intro was absolutely stellar. Seriously. Awesome.
Long awaited has it been for this film to be released on DVD. I wished so dearly to have seen in opening week but yikes is it difficult to go to the movies with a new born.
That being said, I bought it regardless of not seeing yet simply under the gut-assumption that I would love it.
And I did.
Fauldon’s Dream and the Karier of the Task is the latest title from E. K. Enns, the same author who brought you the Grand Attraction: Parts I-IV (a review of which will be coming soon).