* Swords coming up through the floor. Whoa.
* The usage of sound clips from the ride during the trip to World's End - "Dead men tell no tales", "You filthy bilge rats", etc, gave me shivers and was a fantastic nod to the ride that started it all
* Many characters sung snippets of "Yo Ho Yo Ho" throughout the film. Loved it.
* The dog with the keys! Eeee!
* THE MONKEY! I need to kidnap that monkey.
* Tia Dalma/Calypso was AWESOME
* I freakin' love Captain Barbossa.
* Love the score, as always
* Fantastic action scenes
* Davy Jones is scarily realistic as ever
* Shipwreck Cove! Whoa.
* Keith. Richards. That's all I have to say on that matter.
* The Kraken! Poor thing.
Not so good points
* Erm, was this really a Disney film? I mean, the amount of gore, killing, and general vileness seemed a bit out of place in Disney's argueably current-premiere film. I'm not being petty here either - how many people got hung at the start? Eurgh, when those corpses strapped to boats were being attacked by seagulls. And I mean, come on, all those dead bodies floating in limbo at World's End? DISNEY!!!!
* Jack Sparrow. Annoyed. The. Hell. Out. Of. Me. Wish he'd stayed dead.
* The film was a bit long. Kinda reminded me of LotR 3.
* Cutler Beckett just 'gives up'? Just like that? Pshtt.
* Ok technically not part of the given film, but the hidden scene at the end of the credits - COME ON! If you've seen it you'll know what I mean.
* Dead Man's Chest was seen as quite confusing by some. Although it didn't confuse me, I can see how it would confuse some people. Many things going on at once. At World's End took this to a new level. My head started overheating in parts. Really, really confusing.
In general, a very good end to the trilogy. There may be future Pirates films, but the trilogy was nicely tied up in the third film. Many many hints to the previous two films, bucket loads of hints to the attraction which I loved and was probably the only person in the theater who appreciated them, plenty of action, romance, comedy (I was very pleased that the humour of this film was just as good if not better then the first two films, as usually by the second sequel films tend not to be as funny as the first one), everything really. Very good film. Worth the hype? That's yet to be decided. I shall be editing this post when I have come to my conclusion.
Last year I watched Dead Man's Chest five times at the cinema. I don't think I could see this one more than twice, for various factors.
4 out of 5 stars for me.