Pirates of the Caribbean, order from worst to best. What started as a mechanical ride at disneyland park in 1967, culminated in the creation of one of the most recognized Disney sagas. the charisma that Johnny Depp impressed from the beginning Jack Sparrow caught everyone’s attention and became the icon of the tape. The cast -which did not remain the same in the saga- also gave it a great boost, since we had young Orlando Bloom that he had recently participated in The Lord of the Rings as Legolas; to a little known Keira Knightley and Geoffrey Rush, with an already established position in the film industry. Likewise, it is difficult to think of the Pirates of the Caribbean saga without remembering the incredible soundtrack that accompanied it. He knows the Pirates of the Caribbean saga in order from worst to best.
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5. Pirates of the Caribbean 4: Sailing Stranger Waters (Dir. Rob Marshall)
The absence of the beloved characters we met for 3 films greatly affected the performance of this one, both at the box office and in history, which is why it was left here in the Pirates of the Caribbean movie order. The adventure – or rather misadventure – that Jack Sparrow goes through, was already planned as it had already been mentioned in the last film. However, the result left much to be desired.
4. Pirates of the Caribbean 5: Salazar’s Revenge (Dir. Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg )
It will certainly never quite reach what the original trilogy achieved, but it did grab important factors that didn’t sink it to the bottom of the Pirates of the Caribbean in order list. The presence of both Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley allowed the audience to pay much more attention to this installment, which, although it repeats the same formula ad nauseam and has poor-quality special effects, manages to use nostalgia to its advantage. and the introduction of the descendants of the protagonists. In addition to presenting the possible return of a great villain!
3. Pirates of the Caribbean 2: Death’s Chest (Dir. Gore Verbinski)
A new villain threatens the safety of Jack Sparrow… a debt is what he has to pay. The first tape brought us a great curse, now Davy Jones, a ruthless pirate, is in charge of making life miserable for the beloved pirate, Elizabeth and Will Turner. Great action scenes, such as the chase of the giant wheel in the jungle, and the impressive visual effects – which earned them an Oscar – make the film very enjoyable, although not superior to the other two films. Although it must be said that this has the best ending of the saga, with a ruthless display of Elizabeth and an uncertain future for Jack Sparrow.
2. Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World’s End (Dir. Gore Verbinski)
The world of pirates that we met for two films was full of dangers and great adventures, and now we come to the conclusion. The most beloved characters had endings, which, although they were not the ones that were desired, did justice to them and respected their nature. An action-packed finale with a great fight at sea between pirates –the biggest in the saga–, drama and romance that kept the audience’s attention until the end. Although the reviews were not as good as in its first installment, the third film in the saga delivers a conclusion worthy of pirates, which perhaps caused the others to not be so well received from then on.
1. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (Dir. Gore Verbinski)
The first Pirates of the Caribbean adventure on order. Here we met the drunk, cynical and poor captain who with his charisma managed to quickly win over the audience. Johnny Depp manages to bring to his long list of characters the most distinguished of all and for which he received an Oscar nomination for the Best Actor category. For the first time we meet the majestic Black Pearl and its distinguished crew led by Geoffrey Rush. The very literal and obscene representation of pirates and situations adding this humorous touch makes the film have such an enjoyable mix of genres that it is therefore at the top of the list. In addition, it is important to highlight the incredible score created by Hans Zimmer, Gore Verbinski and Klaus Badelt, especially “He’s a pirate” one of the most representative of the soundtrack.
The entry Pirates of the Caribbean, order from worst to best was published first in Cine PREMIERE.