Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides 
On Stranger Tides, the fourth installment in the Pirates of the Caribbean series, is still fun. How could it not be? But at the same time, it’s instantly forgettable. Johnny Depp offers more of the same, Penélope Cruz does what she can with a filler role, Geoffrey Rush feels… different, like he’s playing another part and Richard Griffiths, in a minor role, is ghastly. There’s also a completely unnecessary (but fun) cameo from screen legend Judi Dench. The fourth film in the saga is possibly the most visually striking and, like its predecessors, it’s action filled. Only this time, it’s not very engaging.
The Curse of the Black Pearl was outstanding, Dead Man’s Chest was a marginal thumbs down for me and At World’s End stunk so bad I had to flush it! I refuse to watch this @#$%^.
Even though they’re not the best movies, for some reason the series holds a special place in my heart. Absolutely love the first one, I don’t think the second’s any bad at all but yeah, third one was a disaster. On Stranger Tides is actually better than At World’s End. It’s kinda fun, but really forgettable. For the most part, I was entertained, but I never really cared about what was going on.