The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists

The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists
The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists

Year

2012

Duration

88 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

The Pirate Captain is not especially impressive, and his crew is unlikely to frighten anyone, but charm and determination go a long way. So, goaded by Black Bellamy, he decides to enter the 'Pirate of the Year' contest, hoping to win the ultimate treasures: respect and honour. Before he can complete his plan, he must sail through the storm of disapproval from pirate-hating Queen Victoria, and enlist the help of super scientist Charles Darwin. As with all the films of Aardman Studios, there’s no shortage of excitement, humour and daftness on display.

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Contains very mild language, violence, threat and innuendo.

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