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➣ Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Movie Storyline
“ Captain Jack Sparrow is pursued by an old enemy, Captain Salazar, who along with his crew of ghost pirates has escaped from the Bermuda Triangle and is determined to kill every pirate at sea. Jack seeks the mythical Trident of Poseidon, which will bestow upon its possessor total control over the seas, to use against Salazar. ”

➣ Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Movie Detail
Release Date : 2017-05-25
Casts : Johnny Depp, Geoffrey Rush, Kaya Scodelario, Kevin McNally, Stephen Graham, Adam Brown, Orlando Bloom, Brenton Thwaites, Martin Klebba, Golshifteh Farahani, Javier Bardem
Duration : 0 minutes runtime
Rating : 6.9

Gráinne Ní Mháille (c.1530 - c.1603), commonly known as Grace O'Malley, was a legendary Irish pirate and Chieftan of the Ó Mháille clan during the 16th century.

Born around 1530, Ní Mháille was the child of a wealthy sea trader who she accompanied on his voyages from a young age. As a teenager she was married to Donal Ó Flaithbheartaigh, heir to a powerful clan, as a political move. The marriage lasted for 19 years, during which they had three children and Ní Mháille gained considerable experience commanding ships in her husband’s fleet.

Following the death of her husband and her father, Ní Mháille inherited a considerable amount of money and took over her father’s fleet of 20 ships and hundreds of sailors. She built on her father’s success to become one the dominant forces on the Irish west coast, launching raids on rival clans, forcing merchant ships to pay for safe passage, and imposing taxes on fishermen as far away as England. She also transported Gallowglass mercenaries between Scotland and Ireland, often raiding Scottish islands at the same time.  Her position was strengthened by the control of several coastal castles, most prominent of which was Rockfleet Castle, which she gained through her second marriage to Risdeárd Bourke. After a year of marriage she is said to have taken control of the castle, barring Bourke from entering and yelling from a window, “I dismiss you!”.

Ní Mháille had a tumultuous relationship with the English. From the early 1560’s onward she was accused of piracy multiple times, but she won some favour with the English by assisting in coastal attacks on southern Ireland and won the respect of Sir Henry Sidney, the Lord Deputy of Ireland. However n 1579 she was besieged in her castle by English forces, who she defeated by pouring hot oil on the attackers and according to some accounts by making homemade bullets from melted down armour.

Ní Mháille made a lasting enemy in the form of Richard Bingham, the English ruler of Connacht, after she fought alongside the Bourkes in open rebellion against him from 1585 to 1589. Bingham sought revenge for the rebellion by targeting Ní Mháille, destroying her lands and property. Bingham killed Ní Mháille’s eldest son, Eoghan, and captured his castle, while making a deal with one of her other sons, Murchadh, to switch sides. Ní Mháille swore never to speak to Murchadh again after his betrayal and burned his lands.

Financially ruined, the final blow to Ní Mháille came in 1593 when Bingham captured her other son, Tiobóid, as well as her brother and threatened them with charges of treason. Ní Mháille petitioned Queen Elizabeth of England directly to ask for their release. Elizabeth sent Ní Mháille a list of questions which she answered, and later that year the two women met at Greenwich Palace near London. Despite Ní Mháille’s rough manners and refusal to bow, the two women, both in their sixties, seemed to develop a healthy respect for each other. As neither spoke the other’s language they conversed in Latin, striking an agreement that Ní Mháille’s family would be released, reparations would be made for her stolen property, and that Bingham would be removed from power.

The agreement did not last. Reparations were not fully made, and while initially stripped of his position, Bingham was eventually allowed to return to power in Ireland. Angered, Ní Mháille returned to helping Irish rebels during the Nine Years’ War. She died of old age in Rockfleet Castle at the end of the war in 1603. After her death Ní Mháille’s fighting prowess led to many Irish folk tales being told about her and she is still remembered as a legendary pirate.

It’s no secret that a disproportionate number of movies are set in Los Angeles. What is apparently a big secret, though, is Los Angeles traffic, also known as the worst thing in America. LA is a city of car lovers with a road system suitable for a village of underground burrowing mole people, and it’s been like that for decades.

Every movie that takes place in LA, however, has people rushing around on roads that are as clear and empty as rural Australia in 1937. In the opening scenes of Drive, criminals cruise around downtown LA during the evening for seven minutes without a single traffic jam and barely any missed lights, despite being right next to the venue of a major basketball game. Has this actually happened before to anyone ever? Did this take place in an alternative universe where some sort of Autobot God raptured all the good cars away?

The same questions apply to dozens of other LA-set movies. How did the soldiers drive down that freeway in a bus in Battle Los Angeles? If aliens did come and bomb LA and everybody tried to flee by car, would anyone notice any difference? How did John Connor (riding a motorcycle) flee from the T-1000 (driving an 18-wheeler) through LA’s streets in Terminator 2 and not escape within like three seconds? The only reason anyone chooses to take part in the chess game with Death that ismotorcycle riding in LA is that a motorcycle is usually the only thing on the street that is actually moving.

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This was the first fanfic I’ve ever read. It is about how Zuko captures Katara and she lives with him on his ship. (I found this when I searched up ‘i’ll save you from the pirates’ and thought it was the video clip…) I can only remember bits and pieces. It was a dark fic, kinda. There were some ore maybe one M rated chapters. Katara used to be kept in the cells and then something happened and she had to be kept in Zuko’s room, ithink she wyas about to be raped by a guard, but that might be from another story. They also had to sleep in the same bed. On thing I can remember is that when they were in bed Katara had just woken up and she snuggled closer into Zuko and then she said something, thinking he wasn’t awake, but he was and responded and she then jumped out the bed taking the covers with her. And she would always sit in this big chair facing a porthole and eead the books that iroh gave too her Please help me. Did they take it down? Its an old one but it was really popular and I’d like to say the word count is over 30k and there were like 32 chapters, its incomplete i think.

It was a Zutara fanfic. I found it by googling “ill save you from the pirates” it was rated M so i think fanfiction.net took it down!!

Her and Zuko fell in love blah blah and they did it and life was good AND IT WAS SO WONDERFUL I NEED TO FIND IT AND READ IT AGAIN!!!