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Johnny Depp's 10 Best Movies


Johnny Depp
 is probably the greatest actor alive that people are sick to death of.  It’s not that Depp still isn’t amazingly talented.  He has one of the best cameos in recent history reprising the character that started his career in… 436 more words

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The Last Pirate Movies Ever Made: Revisiting PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN

What do you do when you’re asked to make a sequel to the last pirate movie anyone would ever make?

During production on the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie, there was a very real sense that the creative team behind it had conned a major studio into making a movie that should never have existed, a film that would be the last of its kind. 336 more words

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Review: Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

2003’s Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl was a fun fantasy film filled with great special effects, an enjoyable cast, and it introduced audiences to the eccentric Captain Jack Sparrow. 522 more words

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My Favorite Scene: Pirates of the Caribbean (2003) "Enter Captain Jack"

There was a time, oh so very long ago, when Johnny Depp just made indie movies.  His casting in a movie about a ride at Disneyland was odd.   188 more words

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DOMINICAN ART COMES TO ORLANDO. “AMALGAM: Caribbean Feelings Exhibitions”

Julsan Art and CityArts Factory are pleased to present the first group exhibition of Dominican artists, “Amalgam: Caribbean Feelings Exhibitions” will launch as an annual event on Thursday, May 18th, 2017 from 6:00p.m.-9:00p.m. 198 more words

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DOMINICAN ART COMES TO ORLANDO. “AMALGAM: CARIBBEAN FEELINGS EXHIBITIONS”

DSCI0007__08176.1425060490.1280.1280.jpg Julsan Art and CityArts Factory are pleased to present the first group exhibition of Dominican artists, “Amalgam: Caribbean Feelings Exhibitions” will launch as an annual event on Thursday, May 18th, 2017 from 6:00p.m.-9:00p.m. Twelve Dominican artists will be featured in the show: Eddaviel, Jorge Bencosme, Julio Sanchez- Julsan, Roxalba Francisco, Wendy Nuñez, Miguel Brown, Fernando Tamburini, Carlos Manuel Reyes, Pilar Asmar, Norkelly Acosta, Meybol Ramirez, and Judith Mora. The event will bring together the finest artists Dominican Republic has to offer. The event will be graced by the renowned percussionist Edgar Molina who will be performing live on opening night. Molina is the creator of Historias Sonoras or “Sonorous Stories”. Through rhythm and poetry, Edgar invites the listener to a journey through Afro-Latin sounds, a journey that seeks to provoke and open the sensibility towards new musical experiences. “The Amalgam exhibition is a valuable cultural work that together with other artists will expose to the public the works, color, and influence of the Caribbean. Personally, I plan to do this kind of collective exhibition annually bringing to Orlando artists from other regions,” said Julio Sanchez, organizer, and owner of Julsan Art. The public of Central Florida will enjoy the authentic expression of these Dominican artists whose art reflect a vibrant culture. There will be no limitation in region or genre as audiences will enjoy a vast variety of artistic styles.

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)

Blacksmith Will Turner teams up with eccentric pirate “Captain” Jack Sparrow to save his love, the governor’s daughter, from Jack’s former pirate allies, who are now undead. 574 more words

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