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Pirates of the Caribbean: Tales of the Code: Wedlocked (2011)

In this short prequel to the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie, two feisty brides-to-be discover that they have something in common - the absent groom. Still, there are plenty of pirates who'd love to trade their goats for 'em.

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Slurry Gibson - the sitting pirate
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Dante - the handsome pirate (as Christopher Maxwell)
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In this short prequel to the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie, two feisty brides-to-be discover that they have something in common - the absent groom. Still, there are plenty of pirates who'd love to trade their goats for 'em.

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29 December 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

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I thought Wedlocked, a prequel to Pirates 1(The Curse of the Black Pearl), was a great spin-off to the Pirates series. The references from the Disneyland ride and films definitely fit together perfectly. The Auction scene in the short film was pure funniness, the references to Pirates 1 at the end of the short was most intriguing, and Scarlett and Giselle were...well of course Scarlett and Giselle.

To tip what was revealed in the short, "slappers" Scarlett and Giselle both end up being put into the Auction for a Bride. During the oddball auction, Scarlett and Giselle fight over who's worth more, which ups the bid. Utter madness ensues after Scarlett and Giselle are sold to a rich pirate. To not bring in big points here, that's all I'll say.

Overall, Wedlocked was enjoyable and worth the 10 minutes I had to watch it. I honestly hope this short film brings up something bigger in the future; mostly because of the title "Tales of the Code". Highly recommended for any fan who enjoys watching the Pirates films.


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