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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

Movie ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ was released in May 23, 2017 in genre Adventure. Joachim Rønning was directed this movie and starring by Johnny Depp. This movie tell story about Thrust into an all-new adventure, a down-on-his-luck Capt. Jack Sparrow feels the winds of ill-fortune blowing even more strongly when deadly ghost sailors led by his old nemesis, the evil Capt. Salazar, escape from the Devil’s Triangle. Jack’s only hope of survival lies in seeking out the legendary Trident of Poseidon, but to find it, he must forge an uneasy alliance with a brilliant and beautiful astronomer and a headstrong young man in the British navy.

Director : Joachim Rønning, Espen Sandberg.

Stars : Johnny Depp, Javier Bardem.

Production Co : Walt Disney Pictures, Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Infinitum Nihil, Moving Picture Company (MPC).

Duration : 129 min.

Release : 2017-05-23

Genre : Adventure, Action, Fantasy, Comedy.

United States of America.

Country : United States of America.

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  1. Tim Lyon’s avatar

    Hi Ali

    I will be thinking of you both tomorrow. Our (totally adored) labrador is only ten but he is getting very stiff and has lumps on his lumps. We are conscious that within the next 6 months or so we will be in the position that you are now. I tend to think that pets, and perhaps especially dogs, are like children that never grow up. In many ways because they never lose that dependence on us, never grow away from us and never become self-reliant, the relationship remains that of parent and toddler and I think that is why the ‘putting to sleep’ comes so hard.

    When the time comes, I think we shall have to pay for the vet to come to our home because we have another older but very fit labrador who also adores him. Friends (even tough countrymen) have told us that animals understand death and she must see that he has died so that she will understand why he has gone away.

    And after death, what then for our pets? I remember a National Trust House Manager telling me about a visitor to his house who sought him out quite angry because he had seen a spaniel running down the grand staircase and out into the garden. He felt it quite wrong that dog should be allowed to run around such a fragile stately home. The manager was able to reassure him that, although the dog was seen regularly in the house, it had died over 100 years ago.

    So, as you know, I am a fervent believer that our souls return home after our time on this Earth and since life on the ‘other side’ is experienced in ways that we cannot comprehend perhaps our pets do join us.

    I remember reading a quote from an (I think) 18th Squire who said “A man’s greatest sadness is that he out lives his dogs.”

    So even in what we rather regard as a less emotional age, grief was the price of love.

  2. Brennig’s avatar

    Massive sympathies. I had to have my last horse put to sleep, I stayed with him through the whole process and it broke my heart to see that big, wonderful, unconditionally-loving animal totter and fall over as unconsciousness hit. I will probably have to have Vin put to sleep in the next couple of months and the thought of what will happen is breaking me up. As I said, massive sympathies.

  3. Hubby’s avatar

    I think we both need a nice glass of wine tonight! xx

  4. Vikki Watmough’s avatar

    We had to have our dog Barney put down when we realised that all of a sudden the massive tumour on his back was pressing on his spine, as we’d been warned would happen, and that he was having trouble standing, peeing or walking. It was time to make the choice and it was the hardest decision we ever came to, it broke my heart watching him die. But to watch him lie there in pain, knowing I could have stopped it at any point and saved him that discomfort and indignity would also have hurt, so in the end it was a no win situation. Nothing is ever all good times and while the upsides to owning a pet are fun, companionship and unconditional love, the downside is the time when you lose them. 19 is an amazing age for a cat to have got to so you obviously looked after her brilliantly. My sympathies to you and the family, I hope it’s not too traumatic for you all.

  5. Caz’s avatar

    Many sympathies, I’m doing this to my dog tomorrow but I honestly think it’s harder for us as “owners” than it is for the pet. There’s so much grief being thrown at them when they just want to act same as normal (but with pain attached), they don’t understand why we’re sad.
    I’m with Tim on this, your cat will stay around with you in spirit to make sure you’re ok for as long as you need her.

  6. Jan Edwards’s avatar

    It was a year yesterday that we had to do the same for our
    beloved Maine Coon, Smokey. It´s such a hard thing to have to do
    and my thoughts are with you all. We buried our old fella in the sunniest
    spot in our garden and passing that place always makes me think of him and the pleasure he gave us.

    I often think of you and wish I could wave a magic wand and make
    everything right for you . . . Jan x

  7. Alison’s avatar

    So sad. We had our beloved cat put down in summer 2008 – the final thing in a horrible year where everything went wrong. She went from being a happy normal cat to being desperately ill within about 4 days, acute kidney failure. my daughter was on holiday at the time so I had to take the decision to keep her alive till KT got home ot let her go …. but eventually it was so obvious Peaches was in pain that we let her go. My son (10 at the time) and I took her to the vets and held her till she went. We buried her in the garden, when my daughter was home, and planted a peach coloured rose tree on the spot. Gone but never forgotten.

    Hugs coming your way. It’s been a sad week.

  8. Allan Jordan’s avatar

    My Heart goes out to you! lots of love XXXXX Allan

  9. Amy’s avatar

    My Heart goes out to you! lots of love XXXXX Allan

  10. Bruce’s avatar

    Massive sympathies. I had to have my last horse put to sleep, I stayed with him through the whole process and it broke my heart to see that big, wonderful, unconditionally-loving animal totter and fall over as unconsciousness hit. I will probably have to have Vin put to sleep in the next couple of months and the thought of what will happen is breaking me up. As I said, massive sympathies.

  11. Emily’s avatar

    Hi Ali

    I will be thinking of you both tomorrow. Our (totally adored) labrador is only ten but he is getting very stiff and has lumps on his lumps. We are conscious that within the next 6 months or so we will be in the position that you are now. I tend to think that pets, and perhaps especially dogs, are like children that never grow up. In many ways because they never lose that dependence on us, never grow away from us and never become self-reliant, the relationship remains that of parent and toddler and I think that is why the ‘putting to sleep’ comes so hard.

    When the time comes, I think we shall have to pay for the vet to come to our home because we have another older but very fit labrador who also adores him. Friends (even tough countrymen) have told us that animals understand death and she must see that he has died so that she will understand why he has gone away.

    And after death, what then for our pets? I remember a National Trust House Manager telling me about a visitor to his house who sought him out quite angry because he had seen a spaniel running down the grand staircase and out into the garden. He felt it quite wrong that dog should be allowed to run around such a fragile stately home. The manager was able to reassure him that, although the dog was seen regularly in the house, it had died over 100 years ago.

    So, as you know, I am a fervent believer that our souls return home after our time on this Earth and since life on the ‘other side’ is experienced in ways that we cannot comprehend perhaps our pets do join us.

    I remember reading a quote from an (I think) 18th Squire who said “A man’s greatest sadness is that he out lives his dogs.”

    So even in what we rather regard as a less emotional age, grief was the price of love.

  12. Amy’s avatar

    We had to have our dog Barney put down when we realised that all of a sudden the massive tumour on his back was pressing on his spine, as we’d been warned would happen, and that he was having trouble standing, peeing or walking. It was time to make the choice and it was the hardest decision we ever came to, it broke my heart watching him die. But to watch him lie there in pain, knowing I could have stopped it at any point and saved him that discomfort and indignity would also have hurt, so in the end it was a no win situation. Nothing is ever all good times and while the upsides to owning a pet are fun, companionship and unconditional love, the downside is the time when you lose them. 19 is an amazing age for a cat to have got to so you obviously looked after her brilliantly. My sympathies to you and the family, I hope it’s not too traumatic for you all.

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