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

Call this a no spoiler fan review of someone who never really liked the 3rd film in the series. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales simply blew me away as soon as the bank robbery scene started, and that is no spoiler. Neither is stealing and destroying the entire bank in the process.

Really I think Pirate’s 5 have literally gone back to why the Pirates of the Caribbean films have been so popular over the years. Comedy mixed with HARDCORE pirate action, and with this film they really nailed it.

I know there are a lot of reviews out there, the same number as the plot holes in the last 4 films combined. Which I fully admit frustrated me, and unless I am mistaken all of them are wrapped up neatly at the end. Really I am as positive as I can be all of them including the Flying Dutchman to why Capt. Jack Sparrow got his name and title are all explained.

Now that would be a spoiler.

They do it brilliantly and I was very satisfied in the end and happy I saw it.

Maybe you would too.

DNA reveals how cats achieved world domination

I know all you Cat furs will love this article that appeared on Science News It explains why humans are not the dominant species on this planet, cats are.

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In the deepest dive yet into the genetic history of cats, molecular biologists Eva-Maria Geigl and Thierry Grange of the Institute Jacques Monod in Paris and colleagues collected mitochondrial DNA from 352 ancient cats and 28 modern wildcats. These felines spanned 9,000 years and regions stretching across Europe, Africa and Southwest Asia. Mothers pass mitochondria to their offspring. Scientists use variations of mitochondrial DNA, called mitotypes, to track maternal lineages.

Be sure to check out the article here