If you enjoyed watching Pirates of the Caribbean, we have listed a few other swashbuckling adventure comedies worth trying next.
Legends of infamous pirates like Blackbeard have always fascinated people around the world. There is something very thrilling and enticing about the idea of living a life without any regard for rules and ethics, and that is what draws people to the tales of notorious pirates. A ghostly ship, a mysterious crew, and the wild ocean — are all you need for a pirate movie. From the classic tales to the modern films of sea-swept adventure, there is a pirate movie for everyone out there. Put on your eye patch and keep reading!
Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time
A king adopts a gallant boy for his bravery, who eventually becomes the Prince of Persia. His evil uncle frames him for the demise of his father and hunts him down for this crime. The prince realizes he can turn back time using an enchanted dagger, so he goes on a quest to correctly set the timeline. This movie has a fun feel from the beginning, and the locations keep shifting throughout the movie.
Solo: A Star Wars Story
In the previous adventures of Han Solo, the movies explore the background of the smuggler, but this origin story has a few more surprises in stock. The central theme of the movie is comedic - something that Star Wars had not attempted before. This movie has a charming cast, and the see-saw journey of Han Solo is worth a ride.
The Road to El Dorado
After smooth-talking con artists, Tulio and Miguel steal a map that leads them to the legendary city of gold. The duo follows a series of misadventures and are finally welcomed at El Dorado as gods. You will most likely love this animated film because the story is scripted by the writing team of "The Curse of the Black Pearl." Terry Rossio and Ted Elliott (the writers) are incredibly talented at crafting memorable jokes and creating rich characters.
It is not a typical pirate film set in a bygone era — Captain Phillips is based on recent and true events. This biographical thriller follows the real story of the Maersk Alabama hijacking in 2009, which occurred in the Indian Ocean, near Somalia. Four pirates hijacked the ship, taking Captain Phillips as their hostage. This movie skillfully explores the dark and twisted side of piracy, and it does not gloss over the real incident.
King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword
After Arthur’s father is murdered by his evil uncle, he goes on an adventurous journey to reclaim his right as a lawful king. He first acquires Excalibur, the fabled sword and then prepares to battle for his legacy. It is quite a breezy and fun film with a tried-and-tested format that the audience love
Try out these films, and we promise you will not be disappointed.