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The plot doesn’t make much sense, it is more theologically twisted than “The Devil and Daniel Webster,” and it misses a few great opportunities to inject some humor, but it keeps you interested, will make you squirm in your seat and the visuals were comic book good.
Dan Phillips has written an excellent, SPOILER-FREE, review of Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End. CLICK HERE to check it out.
I try to avoid reviewing any R rated movies, unless they have been edited for television and therefore are no longer R.
Someone has done a cut-up of 300 to bring its rating from R to PG.
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For a more thorough review check out the one written by Peter Chattaway at Christianity Today.