Jack Sparrow is in Davy Jones' Locker, a living hell, and it is up to Will Turner, Elizabeth Swann, Captain Barbossa and the rest of the crew of the Black Pearl to get him out. The East India Trading Company threatens to wipe out all of the pirates by using Davy Jones and his ghost ship, The Flying Dutchman. Then the EITC can place everyone else under their thumb. The pirate lords need Jack, holder of one of the mystical nine pieces of eight, so that they can have a fighting chance. Third in the series of Pirate
movies, this one, like the rest, offers ample opportunities to discuss spiritual issues such as hell, fear of death, fear of judgment, and how everyone wants eternal life -- if they can have it on their own terms.
Movie Sermon's General Warning
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End contains mild profanity and lots of swashbuckling fantasy violence.