Pirate's Passage (2015)

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A mysterious old sailor arrives in Grey Rocks, Nova Scotia and meets a young boy and mother whom he offers to help for his own reasons.



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  • Gage as the voice of Jim Hawkins in "Pirate's Passage"
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Mike Barth , Jamie Gallant


William Gilkerson (novel), Brad Peyton, Donald Sutherland

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2 August 2017 | jandsm5321
| A surprisingly good movie! But I'd say it's not for kids...
We had a bunch of indie movies to check out on our Netflix watch list and I was passively thinning them out while working. I started this one and got hooked a few minutes in. By the end, I'm glad the kids weren't around, but I quite enjoyed it.

It's done in a 2D CG animation that seems a little cheap, but done well enough to still look good. The art is still well done, I love the character designs, it very much feels like a labor of love.

The story was interesting as well, I look forward to finding the book as I hear the movie is only loosely based on it. It had enough depth to keep me guessing, but I was able to guess a few plot points (which is my favorite balance for a movie).

As for content, it's mostly the language that I wouldn't want the kids to hear. The parental advisory covers most of it, the lady also uses the word 'bastard' once. I think the themes are a little complex for kids too. It is pirate themed after all. It defends the "honest" pirates that only steal and do minimum damage to get what they need, or breaking the law to accomplish what needs to be done. Thankfully the kid in the story still tries to do what's right without going around the law.

I'd definitely watch it again, and I think it's worth at least seeing it once.

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20 October 2018



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