Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

The nine pirate lords decide to free the sea goddess Calypso from her human prison, Tia Dalma, so that they have some advantage over The Flying Dutchman and the massive fleet of the East India Trading Company. But Calypso, angry because she was imprisoned, doesn't choose a side in the war and unleashes a massive storm and maelstrom. Jack (Johnny Depp) is held captive in the Dutchman, escapes the jail cell and gets the Dead Man's Chest. He fights with Davy Jones (Bill Nighy) and gets the key to the chest. Just as Jack is about to stab the heart, Davy Jones kills Will (Orlando Bloom). But then Jones dies because Jack uses Will's hand to stab Jones' heart in order to save Will (the person who stabs Davy's heart becomes his replacement as guide to souls who go to the other world). Bootstrap Bill (Stellan Skarsgard) removes Will's heart, Will becomes the new captain of the Dutchman and the crew no longer look like monsters. The Dutchman and the Black Pearl fire at Lord Beckett's (Tom Hollander) ship and it sinks. The East India Trading Company fleet sails away. Will tells his father that he is now free and no longer has to serve in the Dutchman but his father tells him that he has no objection to serving him since they've been apart for many years. Elizabeth (Keira Knightley) and Will consummate their marriage, say good-bye to each other and promise to see each other again in 10 years. Elizabeth promises to keep Will's heart safe in the chest. Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush) and the crew of the Black Pearl sail away in search of the Fountain of Youth, leaving Jack and Gibbs behind... again. But Barbossa and the crew realize that Jack has the most important piece of the map. The last scene is Jack in a small boat with the piece of the map and using his compass to go in search of the fountain. After the end credits, it's ten years later and Elizabeth and her son see Will and the Flying Dutchman approaching...


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