Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest

They find the chest and Cap'n Jack, Will and Norrington fight for it. Norrington ends up with the heart and makes a run for it. The rest of the characters go back to the Pearl and are attacked by the Flying Dutchman. They outrun it but are caught by the Kraken. Cap'n Jack flees the ship in a rowboat. Will, Elizabeth and the rest of the crew hoist up a net filled withgunpowder intending to shoot it and set the Kraken on fire. Cap'n Jack comes back to the ship and shoots the powder (much to Elizabeth's surprise) setting the Kraken on fire, holding it off temporarily. They all agree that they should abandon ship. Elizabeth kisses Cap'n Jack which Will spots. She then cuffs him to the mast saying that it's him that endangers them. He gets killed by the Kraken. Beckett is given the heart by Norrington. The survivors of the Pearl go to Tia Dalma who asks if they want to save 'Witts Jack and his precious Pearl'. They agree. She then claims that they will need a Captain who knows where they are going. Down marches Captain Barbossa finishing the movie with the line 'So tell me what's become of my ship'? After the end credits, we see the dog that was left behind on the cannibal island sitting on the throne with a bone in his mouth. He has been made chief of the cannibal tribe.

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Plot hole: There are six metal bars mounted around the circumference of the water wheel's axle. In the wheel's interior, when Jack frees himself he lands on his feet, begins to run and promptly hits his head on one of those mounted axle bars, then falls out. Moments later, when Jack returns and runs in the wheel, he is shorter (way more than a foot) than all six of the mounted axle bars spinning with the water wheel, which would make that previous shot impossible, however humorous it is. (01:52:40 - 01:53:55)

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Jack Sparrow: Oi fish face! I've got a jar of dirt! I've got a jar of dirt! Guess what's inside of it?.

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Trivia: The face on the small music box lid is visible when Will steals the key from Davy Jones. At Tia Dalma's, when Jack steals the ring, it lies beside a necklace whose pendant is identical to the face on Davy Jones's music box.

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Chosen answer: Davy Jones cannot set foot on land for ten more years. The jar of dirt is to represent land. Jack carries it with him so that he always has land with him so Davy Jones won't be able to get near him, or so Jack is supposed to believe.

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Answer: The jar was to put Davy Jones heart in. He can't touch dirt ever again since he failed to keep up his duties which means he wouldn't be able to get his heart back.

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