Jack Sparrow is back and this time he’s after a mysterious treasure chest which he needs to find the key for it first. Will Turner, played by Bloom, is after Sparrow and needs his compass to save his fiancé, Knightley. Sparrow will only give up his compass if Bloom helps him find the key. The fumbling plots make the movie feel tiresome and being over 2 hours long doesn’t help it either.
This sequel, unlike its predecessor, doesn’t have the same quality of story telling. Even Jack Sparrow’s presence doesn’t feel the same. The charm and feel of the first movie isn’t there. Still, the movie can still be enjoyable and the ending will leave you hanging for the next sequel which should be released next May. Lets hope Gore Verbinski is able to polish up the third movie to bring back what we expect from Pirates of the Caribbean.