At World's End is an appropriate title for the 3rd Pirates movie. It's not only the end of an incredible trilogy, it's the end of what should have been the entire Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. Dead Man's Chest had some pretty silly humor. Unfortunately, At World's End is goofy to a fault. There are scenes where there are multiple Jack Sparrow's running around, while Devil and Angel Jack are both standing on Jack's shoulders. It's a little too ridiculous and not particularly funny. Being mindful, this doesn't ruin the movie; it's only a very small element of a massive production. A production that is perhaps too complicated with too many things going on at once. Davy Jones' storyline is further fleshed out, with Bill Nighy once again bringing another great performance to the forefront. Jack and Barbossa are back together, and their chemistry is fantastic as it was in the first. What impressed me the most were the set pieces, particularly the final maelstrom battle. It's jaw-dropping, ridiculously epic, and it looks fantastic, even a full decade later. The final act is truly a spectacle to behold, and is a prime example of how a massive Hollywood budget should be utilized. At World's End may not be the best in the trilogy, but it's a farewell that couldn't be sweeter.