All 5 ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ Movies Ranked, Worst to
5. “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides”
At some level, “from the Academy Award-winning director of ‘Chicago'” meant one thing. But Rob Marshall was woefully ill-suited to make a “Pirates of the Caribbean” film and that, mixed with whoever’s horrible thought it was to have Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) as the principle lead, spelled doom for this horrifically terrible expertise.
4. “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales”
Pretty a lot simply an try to rehash the unique film, although it is much less satisfying in each method. It’s not horrible, and it does have the decency to be the shortest of the 5 motion pictures. But its incoherence undoes a lot of the goodwill granted by the occasional intelligent dialogue.
3. “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest”
Lots of oldsters could have been mad concerning the cliffhanger on the time, however the second “Pirates” film was nonetheless a delight. Even although it wasn’t fairly nearly as good as the primary, the unbelievable Kraken did not fairly make up for the absence of Geoffrey Rush’s Captain Barbossa. “Dead Man’s Chest” stays an excellent instance of a sequel that recaptures the magic of the unique.
2. “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End”
Get’s the sting over “Dead Man’s Chest” fully by advantage of being so bizarre. This is a film the place our heroes sail their pirate ship by means of house to the afterlife to rescue Jack, for one factor. And the ultimate battle takes place in a large whirlpool in the midst of the ocean. Good occasions.
1. “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl”
The film that began all of it could appear (comparatively) mundane by the requirements of this bizarre franchise, however it’s additionally the funniest, most coherent and full image of all of them by an extended shot. It’s no contest, actually.
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