Davy Jones's locker


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Did they know that Paddy had been drowned, gone to Davy Jones's locker at the bottom of the sea?
However, before they can sort out their latest enemy, they must embark on a dangerous journey to rescue Jack Sparrow from Davy Jones's locker. It's not quite as much good fun as the first film but it's not bad at all.
I don't normally drink whisky but had a bottle in my hand as the boat rolled from side to side and the waves crashed over our feet and it looked like Davy Jones's Locker for us.
"Some people had problems pronouncing it and spelling it, so we thought of a new name, a nautical name The Davy Jones Crew, as in Davy Jones's locker. The amazing thing was, within a couple of months of changing the name, we ended up with a new drummer whose name was Dave Jones."
To nudge their old dockyard enemies a tot nearer Davy Jones's locker would be a prized booty indeed.
In case the audience doesn't understand that it is supposed to care whether any of these bipeds ends up in Davy Jones's locker, the camera continually zooms in on couples embracing while the heavy-handed score soars to violin-drenched heights--leading my companion, the cynical gay dermatologist, to mutter, "Bring on the damn storm already!" Mercifully, the prettiest of the humans--George Clooney--develops a sudden yen for swordfish and sets out with five other men to stalk and kill these innocent creatures of the deep.
Since then the underwater-takers have sent more than 200 people to Davy Jones's locker.
In the final instalment of the trilogy, Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) is trapped in Davy Jones's Locker, and in his absence the East India Trading Company is taking over the seas.
Screenwriters Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio presume audiences are savvy with the characters and their fates, chugging full steamahead with the quest to rescue Jack from Davy Jones's locker.
Screenwriters Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio presume audiences are savvy with the characters and their fates, chugging full steam ahead with the quest to rescue Jack from Davy Jones's locker.