After the near-disasters (and besides extreme examples of confusing German titling) "Pirates of the Caribbean 2: Pirates of the Caribbean" and "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" Captain Jack Sparrow returns (Johnny Depp) in "Pirates of the Caribbean: foreign tide "on the big screen back to find the legendary Fountain of Youth.
He has to hunt through London in a turbulent first escape the clutches of the British crown, and finally with the Voodoo versed in pirate Captain Blackbeard (Ian McShane) and his scheming daughter Angelica (Penelope Cruz) work together.Together they do the English, led by Barbossa (now with a wooden leg: Geoffrey Rush) and forestall a Spanish expedition in search of the source of eternal youth.*To even gain access to the mystical fountain, but the adventurers must first get hold of two silver chalices and the tears of a mermaid. But this is not as easy as the cups of the legend in the possession of pirates, who, however, lost for hundreds of years.
Instead of the sea cavort time the Pirates for most of the country where you fight your way through jungle, tangled following treasure maps and cave entrances secret searches. As one might loosely Indy adventure out of it can make new one. Moreover, there is the writer of a loose adaptation of Tim Powers' book "foreign tide" in. Instead, therefore, an appropriate scenario to imagine yourself, you have taken a template and they more or less well adapted to the film series. The fourth part exchanged the charm of the first films for exchangeable action sequences and stereotyped characters.