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Landlubber lovers Elizabeth (Keira Knightley) and Will (Orlando Bloom) take to the high seas to bring in the notorious Jack Sparrow. But Captain Jack has bigger problems - his 13-year deal with Davy Jones (Bill Nighy) is up, and the half-man, half-octopus, lobster-clawed skipper of The Flying Dutchman is ready to send him to the infamous locker. Cue a myriad of sea-monsters, sword clashes, voodoo witches, magic compasses and a chest with a stillbeating heart in it. And that's just the first hour.
This eagerly anticipated sequel to the 2003 smash broke all kinds of box-office records, and is now firmly placed in the top five highest-grossing films of all time. Pretty impressive for a movie based on a theme park ride. Of course, the pieces of eight were handed over solely in anticipation of Johnny Depp re-creating his Oscar-nominated role of the swaggering yet camp pirate/rock-star eye-lined hybrid that is Captain Jack Sparrow - pure genius.
Did you know? The film's director Gore Verbinski did not tell the cast what was to happen with the bone cage on Cannibal Island. He wanted to get their natural reactions when it swung from side to side. And the cage wasn't made of bone; it was actually Styrofoam.