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  1. When the new Russian ambassador demands he prove his worth or lose his salary, Verloc sets off a tragic chain of events that involves his pretty young wife Winnie, her intellectually disabled brother Stevie, and a figure called the Professor, whose fascination with explosives and destruction makes him the person to call on when Verloc needs a bomb.

  2. Jun 03, 2007 · Secret endings are almost a tradition with the Pirates movies. Each one included a very good scene hidden away behind its closing credits. The first Pirates movie tacked on a reminder of all that gold left back in the cave — the cursed treasure of the Black Pearl — in a surprising scene with a monkey. Pirates 2: Dead Man's Chest ended with ...

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  4. May 26, 2017 · This article contains major Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales spoilers.. During the marketing for Pirates of the Caribbean 5, bombastic trailers eagerly promised that this movie ...

  5. Nov 27, 2012 · At the end of the movie Pirates of the Caribbean 4: On Stranger Tides, Phillip is badly wounded and seems to be telling Syrena not to heal him but only to forgive him. She then drags him into the water and we never see him again.

  6. Nov 08, 1996 · When the new Russian ambassador demands he prove his worth or lose his salary, Verloc sets off a tragic chain of events that involves his pretty young wife Winnie, her intellectually disabled brother Stevie, and a figure called the Professor, whose fascination with explosives and destruction makes him the person to call on when Verloc needs a bomb.

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  7. 95 minutes. Country. United Kingdom. Language. English. Box office. $106,606. The Secret Agent is a 1996 British drama-thriller film written and directed by Christopher Hampton and starring Bob Hoskins and Patricia Arquette. It is adapted from Joseph Conrad 's 1907 novel of the same name.