Pirates of the Caribbean
Dead Man's ChestDVD - 2006
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Norrington: [jack, norrington, will, and Elizabeth find the chest] you were actually telling the truth. jack: why is everyone so surprised?
Jack: [to Davy Jones] come to negotiate, you slimey git? look what I got, [in a teasing, singy voice] I gotta jar of dirt, I gotta of dirt, I gotta jar of dirt, and guess what's inside it?
Will:You want me to find this?(the key)
Jack:No. You want you to find this. Because the finding of this finds you incapacitorially finding and or locating in your discovering the detecting of a way to save your dottie belle, ol' whats-her-face... Savvy?
Jack: "Why is the rum always gone?" Stands up and almost falls. "Oh, that's why."
Jack: "Is this a dream?"
Jack: "Thought not. If it were, there'd be rum."
Gibbs: “It’s a key.”
Jack: “No, no, it’s much better than that, it’s a drawing of a key.”
Gibbs: “So we are going after whatever it is that the key unlocks.”
Jack: “If we don’t have the key we can’t open whatever it is that we don’t have that it unlocks, so what purpose would be served in finding whatever need be unlocked, which we don’t have, without first having found the key what unlocks it?
Gibbs: “So we are going after the key?”
Jack: “You’re not making any sense at all.”
Gibbs: “Not quite according to plan.”
Jack: “Complications arouse, ensued, and were overcome.”
Will: Where's Jack? I can't leave without him!" (Seeing canabals chasing Jack) "Never mind. Lets go."
Jack: You will always remember this as the day you almost . . . (wave sploshes over his head) Captain Jack Sparrow.
Jack to Elizabeth; By a series of unfortunate circumstances of which had nothing what-so-ever to do with me, poor William has been press-ganged into Davy Jones crew.
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When Elizabeth and Will are arrested for helping Jack escape, Will is forced to go look for Jack to get his compass to give to Beckett to release his lover. However, Jack tricks Will into having to join legendary Davy Jones and his crew of fish-people to square his own debt. When Jack mets up with Elizabeth, he is forced to help her find Will. In the end, they lose a friend but gain an old enemy.
Jack Sparrow races to recover the heart of Davy Jones to avoid enslaving his soul to Jones' service, as other friends and foes seek the heart for their own agenda as well.
A continuation in the series, where Jack Sparrow owes a debt to Davie Jones, and if he doesn't pay it off, he gets sent to Davy Jones's locker.
Violence: Shooting, fighting and killing.