Pirates (1986)

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Captain Red runs a hardy pirate ship with the able assistance of Frog, a dashing young French sailor. One day Capt. Red is captured and taken aboard a Spanish galleon, but thanks to his inventiveness, he raises the crew to mutiny, takes over the ship, and kidnaps the niece of the governor of Maracaibo. The question is, can he keep this pace up?
Anthony Dawson as Spanish Officer
Damien Thomas as Don Alfonso de la Torré
David Kelly as Surgeon
Walter Matthau as Captain Thomas Bartholomew Red
Tony Peck as Spanish Officer (as Anthony Peck)
Ferdy Mayne as Captain Linares
Robert Dorning as Commander of Marines
Olu Jacobs as Boomako
Richard Dieux as Spanish Officer
Luc Jamati as Pepito Gonzalez
José Santamaría as Master at Arms (as Jose Santamaría)
Cris Campion as The Frog - Jean-Baptiste
Jacques Maury as Spanish Officer
Emilio Fernandez as Angelito (as Emilio Fernandez)
Wladyslaw Komar as Jesus (also as Wladislaw Komar)
Full cast

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I took my 9 year old daughter out to see this movie, she did not really laugh or comment during the movie, (shes a pretty quite kid though) but she did say after watching it that she liked the 3D. I personally liked the movie. It was age appropriate and the animation was fun to watch (ALMOST like clay-mation makes me think of Gumby when I was little, but digital enhancement helped with the overall visual affects) It was worth the 11 bucks to see in 3D only wish the previews weren't as long my daughter kept asking "when is the movie going to start?"


Wait for red box.


This movie is handsomely mounted. Aardman has outdone itself with the sheer spectacle of their sets and the minutest details on the characters. If you have ever watched the extras on a Wallace and Grommit DVD and seen the incredible work involved in claymation and stop photography, ya gotta be impressed. The problem is that I was not engaged with the main characters. There was not much character development and the scrip tried a little too hard to be clever. I found myself disengaged from the weird storyline, and just enjoying the details of the sets. There are a few risqué situations that will need to be explained to small children.


The film was pretty good. There was a lot of hidden things if you caught it that would make you laugh. You have to really pay attention. But as for the characters its great. Been waiting for another claymation movie for a while. IF YOU HAVE KIDS GO SEE IT.


I personally liked it because of the underlying things only adults would catch. I think my nephew may have been too young to actually enjoy it because it drags in the middle and his attention span is very minimal. But I give it so-so because it's supposed to be a kids movie and it lacked certain elements you look for in a kids movie. Would not buy the admission for the 3-D ticket either. Some movies actually use it to it's strengths. This movie...ehh not so much.

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