is the fifth entry in the swashbuckling film series, and like its four predecessors, it’s packed to the gills with pirates, sea monsters, action, adventure, Johnny Depp doing whatever it is Johnny Depp does, and an egregious disregard for the laws of physics.The film is billed as the “final adventure” of Captain Jack Sparrow, though co-director Joachim Rønning called it the “beginning of the finale,” and said there might be 10 sequels for all he knows.
The archers literally erected a giant statue in his likeness.
(Reddit went bananas.) Her transformation hasn't always been smooth, but the flashback to her past as a child soldier helped earn the scene where she took a break to swim and make new, earthier clothing out of the foliage around her.
The promo for next week reveals that she'll continue to get her hands dirty with the ass-kicking we've come to love, no matter what Jack says about how he has to go it alone.
But even though it is theoretically part of one long, ongoing story, movies in middle school.
But the complete disregard for the series’s existing canon feels significant.