Wednesday, February 6, 2013

"You have to be lost to find a place that can't be found"

I don't know about you all, but I am so tried of winter! Snow is gross and being cold is even worse! So I thought it would be fun to do a post about one of my favorite scenes from the movie Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's end. While Jack is chilling on his ship in Davy Jones' locker his crew captained by Hector Barbossa are out in the middle of the ocean half frozen to death trying to find him, Sailing on the ship they borrowed from Sao Feng. The crew apparently had no idea what they were getting into, But Barbossa did:"For certain, you have to be lost to find a place as can’t be found. Elseways, everyone would know where it was." Unfortunatly for the crew being lost isn't the most enjoyable experience. Ha just wait for what comes at the end of there little journey!
Tia Dalma who was also along for the ride, tried to explain to he crew that Jack had been taken to a place no one would want to go:"Jack Sparrow is taken, body and soul, to a place not of death, but punishment. The worst fate a person can bring upon himself...stretching on forever. That's what awaits at Davy Jones' Locker." Sounds like a real fun place eh? You can always trust Davy Jones to show a guy a good time! Getting to the locker is simple enough, just fly down a 57830837620 (just a guess! :) ) waterfall and you're there. Getting out is the hard part! 
 While Will poors over the charts he bartered from Sao Feng another story for another post) Barbossa and Gibbs try to explain the rather odd myth to Pintel (my personal favorite half of the silly pirates) Pintel: "Ever gazed upon the green flash, Master Gibbs?"Gibbs: "I reckon I seen my fair share. Happens on rare occasion. The last glimpse of sunset, a green flash shoots up into the sky. Some go their whole lives without ever seeing it. Some claim to have seen it who ain't. And some say—"Barbossa:"It signals when a soul comes back to this world from the dead."   Well it sounds like a great Instagram photo opportunity to me! The crew still doesn't know where exactly they're heading yet,but '
 Elizabeth is grumpy as usual anyways. She and Will share a less then touching moment which causes poor Will to believe she is in love with Jack, which honestly isn't his fault she did kiss him!  Soon after the couples little tiff the boat starts really rolling and the crew begins to realize whats about to happen, and Elizabeth's bossy side comes out.  
 She orders the crew to turn the ship around, but they are wayyyy  to close to the drop to turn around now, and the ship plummets over the waterfall. Hopefully it was the right waterfall.....

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