The title here in Singapore (as in many places) is: Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge.
In North America, it’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.
Possible reasons for the shorter title are that it’s:
- easier to say
- available for trademark
- less idiomatic, thus easier to translate
- more sensitive towards deaths in the news
(My money’s on the explanation involving trademark.)
I re-watched the movie because my husband wanted to go see it. I still like the bank robbery scene best; he liked the scene with the guillotine best.
Some of the dialog was heavy-handed. Several lines like, “We’ve got to find the trident!” reminded me of a particularly badly written scene in fantasy television series The Legend of the Seeker. The heroes burst into an obviously empty clearing and quite unnecessarily say, “They’re gone!” and “They took the horses, too!” Yes, yes, I can see that, thanks.
“Look! The trident of Poseidon!” Yes, yes, I can see that. Enough already!