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    Re: WDW's "Embarrassing" Jack Sparrow Face Character

    Wow.. this is great actually.. very entertaigning...

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    Re: WDW's "Embarrassing" Jack Sparrow Face Character

    I agree, voice isn't on and he seems too sober.

    Also, should be noted, this is a weekend-ish only soft test for the new character. Just like how they got rid of Chester & Heaster with Lucky, I think his dialogue and his voice will get worked on. I think he has to watch the movie a few hundred more times.

    Great first effort though!
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    Re: WDW's "Embarrassing" Jack Sparrow Face Character

    Maybe they'll work him into a drunker character in the future.

    Looks great though.
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    Re: WDW's "Embarrassing" Jack Sparrow Face Character

    Quote Originally Posted by mrcoaster
    Maybe they'll work him into a drunker character in the future.
    But the Magic Kingdom dose not sever alcohol.

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    Re: WDW's "Embarrassing" Jack Sparrow Face Character

    People going on about the beard may need to consider if it's intentional. I mean, for all we know Jack may have lost the beard at the end of the sequel, and then there'd be no reason for the guy in the parks to have one, yes?

    I know, I may be wrong, I could very well likely be, but I'm just trying to think of something else other than "BOO they didn't do it right!"

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    Re: WDW's "Embarrassing" Jack Sparrow Face Character

    i agree he should be more "drunk," but somewhere, theyll have to draw the line. there can be a point where hes drunk to the adults and funny-acting to the kids, but eventually, the kids may be asking "whats wrong with captain jack?"

    and that, would be bad.

    (i do think when he stands up in the beginning, though, he should kind of look around, squint at the light, and other disorienting-y things.)
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    Re: WDW's "Embarrassing" Jack Sparrow Face Character

    He needs to speak a bit softer, slur his speech, and flail his arms about a bit more.

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    Re: WDW's "Embarrassing" Jack Sparrow Face Character

    Drunk isn't the right word for it. Mentally distant and visually disoriented is a much more accurate term for his behavior.

    They also shouldn't forget that part of the reason is that his character has fans of all ages is because compared to the other pirates he's basically a ten year old at heart.

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    Re: WDW's "Embarrassing" Jack Sparrow Face Character

    He's okay, liek evryone said his voice needs improving, but otherwise he is very good. I like Mack (?) too.

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    Re: WDW's "Embarrassing" Jack Sparrow Face Character

    I think it's a great start. Plus when you look at many Aladdins, Princesses and other face characters -- you know that this is at least one step ahead!

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    Re: WDW's "Embarrassing" Jack Sparrow Face Character

    Quote Originally Posted by BigPigletFan
    I think it's a great start. Plus when you look at many Aladdins, Princesses and other face characters -- you know that this is at least one step ahead!
    When referring to aladdin in context, wouldn't it be one jump ahead?
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    Re: WDW's "Embarrassing" Jack Sparrow Face Character

    I hate it already, they had a chance to get someone with the right voice and they blew it. Ugh. This guy can't act. Speaking of which, I just saw Johnny Depp downstairs at the Grand Californian... surrounded by bodyguards. lol

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    Re: WDW's "Embarrassing" Jack Sparrow Face Character

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill
    I hate it already, they had a chance to get someone with the right voice and they blew it. Ugh. This guy can't act.
    Beg to differ, Bill.
    The guy does a great Sparrow impression and captures the essence of the character as much as any other face meet n greet (if not more so).
    I think we'd be hard pushed to find someone who can act, improvise, manage the physicality and mannerisms and have a perfect Depp-voice.

    I like it.
    It's certainly not worse than Ron Stoppable over at MGM...


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    Re: WDW's "Embarrassing" Jack Sparrow Face Character

    Some of you weren't going to be happy unless it was Depp himself in the role. Your expectations are ridiculously high.

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    Re: WDW's "Embarrassing" Jack Sparrow Face Character

    this is guy is too fat and has a double chin. You need someone with a really skinny face and real facial hair.

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