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Pirates of the Caribbean (Quotes)

“You’re pirates. Hang the code, and hang the rules. They’re more like guidelines anyway.” – Keira Knightley

“It’s not your blood they needed. It was my father’s blood. My blood…the blood of a pirate.” – Orlando Bloom

“This is the day you will always remember as the day you almost caught Captain Jack Sparrow!” – Johnny Depp

“For too long. I’ve been parched of thirst and unable to quench it. Too long I’ve been starving to death and haven’t died. I feel nothing. Not the wind onmy face or the spray of the sea. Or the warmth of a woman’s flesh.” – Geoffrey Rush

“Worry about your own fortunes, gentlemen. The deepest circle of hell is reserved for betrayers and mutineers.” - Johnny Depp

“That is, without doubt, the worst pirate I’ve ever seen.” - Jack Davenport

“Me? I’m dishonest, and a dishonest man you can always trust to be dishonest. Honestly. It’s the honest ones you want to watch out for, because you can never predict when they’re going to do something incredibly…stupid.” – Johnny Depp

“Even a good decision if made for the wrong reasons can be a wrong decision.” - Jonathan Pryce

“A weeding? I love weedings. Drinks all around!” – Johnny Depp

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To Walk Invisible - The Brontë Sisters, this Christmas on BBC

Quotes from the cast on the drama:

“I wanted it to feel as authentic as it could.“ - Sally Wainright (writer, director)

“So much has made them into mythical creatures and the reality is far more interesting.“ - Chloe Pirrie (Emily Brontë)

"It’s a script for a period drama - but one that feels real. A lot of period dramas are visually incredible, but lack the element of realism that this has definitely got.” - Finn Atkins (Charlotte Brontë)

“Take away the Brontë name and it still has to be an exciting and relevant drama. Sally focuses on the tensions among the family - it’s quite dark and troubled.” - Jonathan Pryce (Patrick Brontë)

“To know more about Branwell is to know more about Anne’s work and where she may have got her inspiration “ - Adam Nagaitis (Branwell Brontë)