Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End quotes

235 total quotes (ID: 449)

Bloopers
Bootstrap Bill Turner
Captain Barbossa
Captain Teague
Captain Jack Sparrow
Captain Sao Feng
Davy Jones
Elizabeth Swann
Governor Swann
James Norrington
Joshamee Gibbs
Lord Cutler Beckett
Mercer
Multiple Characters
Pintel
Ragetti
Tia Dalma
Will Turner


Aye, we're good and lost now.[Elizabeth exclaims, "Lost?"] For sure you have to be lost to find a place what can't be found, elseways, everyone would know where it is.


Up is down. Well that's just maddeningly unhelpful! Why are these things never clear? [hallucinated Jack] Clear as mud, Jackie. [Jack] What?! [hallucination] Stab the heart. [another hallucination on his left shoulder] Don't stab the heart! [Jack] Come again? [left Jack] The Dutchman must have a captain. [Jack] Well that's just more than less than unhelpful.

Barbossa: Aye, we're good and lost now.
Elizabeth: Lost?
Barbossa: For certain you have to be lost to find a place that can't be found. Elseways, everyone would know where it was.

Brace up yards, you cack-handed deck apes!

[about Will] Send this pestilent, traitorous, cow-hearted, yeasty codpiece to the brig.

It's not gettin' to the land of the dead that's the problem...it's gettin' back.

Gibbs: Look sharp, men. It's not for naught that this be called Shipwreck Island, on which is found Shipwreck Cove and the town of Shipwreck!
Jack Sparrow: You know, for all that pirates are clever cobs, we are a very unimaginative lot when it comes to naming things. I once sailed with a geezer; lost both his arms and part of his eye.
Gibbs: What'ya call 'im?
Jack Sparrow: ... Larry.

Davy Jones: Lookee here boys! A lost bird! A lost bird that never learned to fly! [Draws his sword]
Jack Sparrow: To my great regret... But, never too late to learn, eh? [Jack then hits a rope with the Dead Man's Chest to "fly" up to one of the masts.]

Davy: Ah. Love. A dreadful bond. And yet, so easily severed. Tell me, William Turner, [Jones stands directly over Will, sword poised to strike (ironically with the very sword Will forged for James Norrington before Davy killed him)] d'ya fear death?
Jack: Do you? (holding Jones' Heart poised to stab) Heavy tonic, holding life and death in the palm of one's hands..
Davy: You're a CRUEL man, Jack Sparrow!
Jack: Cruel is a matter of perspective.
Davy: Is it? (stabs Will; Jack's face turns from smugness to shock as he can't decide what to do)

Allow me to lend a machete to your intellectual thicket...

[In Beckett's cabin on the Endeavour. Beckett is offering Jack a deal to have Jack give away information] Jack: Regarding the Brethren Court, no doubt? [Takes the glass of brandy offered by Beckett and steals the other] In exchange for fair compensation...[Drinks down one glass] square my debt with Jones...[Drinks down the other glass] guarantee my freedom?
Beckett: Of course. It's just good business.
Jack: [Holding up Beckett's metal Admiral figurine] And what would I, if I were in a divulgatory mood, might I divulge?
Beckett: Everything. Where are the Brethren Court meeting? Who are the Pirate Lords? [Whispering intently into Jack's ear] What is the purpose of the Nine Pieces of Eight?
[After a cut scene on the Pearl] Jack: [Waving Beckett's fan] You can keep Barbossa. The belligerent homoculous and his friend with the wooden eye, both, and Turner. Especially Turner. The rest go with me aboard the Pearl, and I will hand you Shipwreck Cove and you will not hand me to Jones.
Beckett: And what becomes of Miss Swann?
Jack: ...What importance is she to you?
Beckett: You know, Jack, I just remembered I have this wonderful compass that points to anything I want, so for what do I require you? [Holds up the magic compass]
Jack: It points to the thing you want the most, and that is not the Brethren Court, is it?
Beckett: Then what is, Jack?
Jack: Me...dead.
Beckett: Damn! [He tosses the compass back to Jack. Jack tosses the fan back to Beckett] Although, if I kill you, then I can use the compass to find, Shipwreck Cove, is it? On my own. [Points a pistol at Jack] Cut out the middle man, as it were.
Jack: With me dead, you'd arrive at Shipwreck Cove, and find it is a fortress nigh impregnable, able to withstand blockade for years, and then you'd be wishing, "Oh, if only there was someone that I had not killed inside to make sure that the pirates come outside."
Beckett: And you can do all this?
Jack: You may kill me, but you will never insult me. Who am I? [Beckett shrugs like he doesn't know. Jack gives him a look of stupefied confusion] I'm Captain Jack Sparrow! [The Endeavour suddenly shakes from cannon fire hitting it. Beckett reels against his desk. Jack quickly shakes his hand] Done!

When a man's wealth was earned by the sweat of his brow, and the strength of his back.

Dyin' is the day worth livin' for!

Elizabeth: Will, I had no choice.
Will: [Turns away] You chose not to tell me.
Elizabeth: I couldn't. It wasn't your burden to bear.
[Later in a different scene] Elizabeth: Why didn't you tell me you were planning this?
Will: It was my burden to bear.

[Jack has escaped the brig and located the chest, gaurded by Mullroy and Murtogg] Mullroy: Halt there, or we'll shoot! [He and Murtogg point mini-cannons at Jack, but are visibly shaken by blast from the outer fight]
Jack: [Pauses, then smiles] Good one. Just come to get my effects! [looks around at the two] ... Admirable though it may be, why are you here when you could be elsewhere?
Murtogg: Somebody has to stay and guard the chest. [points the cannon back at the chest]
Mullroy: [as Jack is taking his effects] There's no question, there's been a breakdown in military discipline aboard this vessel.
Murtogg: I blame the fish-people.
Mullroy: [Sarcastically] Oh, so fish-people, by dint of being fish-people, automatically aren't as disciplined as non-fish people?
Murtogg: [as Jack is taking the chest, which neither seem to notice] Seems contributory, is all I'm suggesting.
Mullroy: It is true, if there were no fish-people, there'd be no need to guard the chest.
Murtogg: And if there were no chest, we wouldn't need to be here to guard it.
[both realize that the chest is gone, and the apparent danger they're in]