Overall Rank: 1977
Average Rating: 2.7/4
# of Ratings: 482
Theatrical Release Date: 05/25/2007
Genre: Action, Adventure
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Gore Verbinski
Actors: Johnny Depp, Keira Knightley, Orlando Bloom, Geoffrey Rush, Jonathan Pryce, Bill Nighy
Plot: They crew must sail off the edge of the map, in treacherous waters and people to make their final stand in a battle that will test alliances.
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SIngli6 - wrote on 01/26/2020
This film franchise has been a barrage of meaningless action spectacle, though spectacle with a certain elan I will grant. Now, to cap off the trilogy, the spectacle has been cut for the sake of tiresome conversations that veil their meaninglessness with insincere merriment. The writers believe that if the actors are jovial enough and the delivery sharp enough that we will not notice that deep down these characters care so little for each other that they will turn coat at the slightest and silliest provocation. A few marks for some nice visuals here and there and another scene-stealing performance from Bill Nighy.
Hurricane2000 - wrote on 01/22/2020
Pretty Good Threequel Though it isn’t as good as the first two and is WAY too long (Nearly 3 hours), At World’s End is still has the sense of adventure, Funny humor, Great performances, and Epic action sequences of it's predecessor. Rating: Fresh
Matthew Brady - wrote on 01/11/2014
They crew must sail off the edge of the map, in treacherous waters and people to make their final stand in a battle that will test alliances. I remember very well that I was watching this movie in the cinema thinking this is going to be a long film and I was right. the movie is dull and Keira Knightley and Orlando Bloom are the worst part in this movie those two draged the movie down.
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JLFM - wrote on 04/12/2012
A disappointing third film in the Pirates series. It suffers from all the problems of the first and second, and then some. Much of the appeal of the first two are gone, and what remains is a confusing, boring, and unfunny second sequel.
Problems abound from everywhere, so I'll be working hard to narrow it down.
For one, Johnny Depp's role as Jack Sparrow is once again shrunken into a smaller part.
Also there is absolutely no action that is even vaguely interesting (after the first half hour). In fact, the last hour is at least 45 minutes action, and it's surprisingly dull. In fact, it's tedious. It's just people killing each other, and nothing interesting about it. There's no variety, no interesting atmosphere. Just swords clashing.
There is a plot, which is more than …
Yojimbo - wrote on 04/06/2012
The third instalment of the saga of Captain Jack Sparrow sees him rescued from Davy Jones' Locker to help defeat Clark and The Flying Dutchman. World's End makes a lot of mistakes the previous film made; it concentrates far too much on spectacle and special effects rather than characterisation, the film again resembling a very elaborate cartoon in places. The amusing eccentricities brought to Jack's character by Johnny felt a lot more forced and there are too many characters vying for screen time. This results in Chow Yun Fat being completely wasted and Norrington's character development, which was the best thing about Dead Man's Chest, is completely ignored. But one mistake it does not make is in the pacing; although it is rather longer, it never drags or bores. There's a lot of fun to …
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 01/07/2012
Captain Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush) and Elizabeth (Keira Knightley) meet Sao Feng (Chow Yun-Fat), pirate lord of Singapore. Will (Orlando Bloom) gets free because the men of Lord Cutler Beckett (Tom Hollander) infiltrate Feng’s lair. Will explains to Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) that Cutler Beckett has the heart of Davy Jones. Davy Jones captures Calypso and the 9 pirate captains try to rescue her. Captain Swann’s speech was a bit coy and Jack’s hallucination a bit overdone to show Depp’s acting dexterity. Unfortunately, Chow Yun-Fat’s role was small. The pace, action and direction was better than the last installment though the humor was not that enticing. Screenplay was likewise a huge improvement with quotes from Jack – “The world's still the same. There's …
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