Jacks back – Pirates of the Caribbean : Dead men tell no tales

There is definitely divided opinion amongst the critics for this latest Pirates of the Caribbean installment marking Mr Sparrows fifth outing as the sozzled seafarer. I’d concur that a couple of the one-liners should have been sunk before making the final script but as a pirate tale goes this one has enough action, decent storyline, formidable baddie (Salazar as you asked) and superb special FX. Avast ye land-lubbers, toys ahoy:



895 parts, 1:72 scale, this expert level Revell Black Pearl is a beauty matey’s. £107.99 HERE



2,294 pieces and some of the best detail in a LEGO build we’ve seen. Opening front hull, ghost sharks, eight minifigures, silent Mary Masthead and a ship-in-a-bottle are some of the highlights. All round it is rather blimey! £179.99 HERE



Bit more basic this Jack Sparrow ship but out of the box and ready to role play. Ship, cannon (with launching projectiles) and a ghost shark – Sail Ho HERE for £24.99

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Toyologist Pete Jenkinson regularly writes about toys in national newspapers like The Sun and The Mail. This super-dad has an unmatched passion and dedication for trying and testing the latest, coolest and most interesting offerings from the world of toys.

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