Jack Sparrow: Did everyone see that? Because I will *not* be doing it again.
[after being addressed as "Jack Sparrow"]
Jack Sparrow: There should be a "Captain" in there somewhere.
Jack Sparrow: Clergyman, on the off chance that this does not go well for me, I would like it noted here and now that I am fully prepared to believe in whatever I must, so that I may be welcomed into that place where all the "goody-goodies" get to go. Savvy?
Jack Sparrow: [after the mutiny is victorious] The ship is ours!
Blackbeard: [comes out of his quarters and glares at Sparrow] Gentlemen. I be placed in a bewilderment. There I were, resting. And upon a sudden, I hear an ungodly row on deck. Sailors abandoning their posts, without orders, without leave. Men before the mast, taking the ship for themselves. What be that, First Mate?
Angelica: Mutiny, Captain.
Blackbeard: [holding his hand to his ear] Again?
Blackbeard: Aye, mutiny. And what fate befall mutineers? Now, we know the answer to that, do we not? Mutineers... HANG!
[raises his enchanted sword, making the sails drop, and the rigging ensnare all the mutineers]
Jack Sparrow: [hangs upside down in front of Blackbeard] Captain, I wish to report a mutiny. I can name fingers and point names.
Jack Sparrow: The crime in which you have been found guilty of, is being innocent of being Jack Sparrow.
The Spaniard: [after shooting the English soldier] Someone make a note of that man's bravery.
Barbossa: [to Jack, about how he lost the battle against Blackbeard] Taken, not lost. We were off the coast of Hispanola when we came under attack. No provocation, nor warning or offer of parley. We were peppered with cannon fire. And then the sea beneath the Pearl began to roil. The Pearl was pitching and yawing so violently and every rail and spar all at once began to creak - the rigging had come to life! Our own ship turned against us. Tangling the crew, wrapping them like snakes... and wrapping around my leg! But my arms were free and my sword was still in my hand. I am the master of my ship, not Blackbeard. I am the master of my fate, not Blackbeard! So I did what needed done... I survived.
Blackbeard: In faith, there is light enough to see, but darkness enough to blind.
Blackbeard: If I don't kill a man every now and then, they forget who I am.
[in agreement with Philip's comment]
Jack Sparrow: I support the missionary's position.
Jack Sparrow: Blackbeard. Edward Teach. The pirate all pirates fear. Resurrector of the dead in his spare time.
Jack Sparrow: Why is the Black Pearl in the bottle?
Angelica: How is it we can never meet without you pointing something at me?
Jack Sparrow: Better to not know which moment may be your last. Every morsel of your entire being alive to the infinite mystery of it all.
Jack Sparrow: There'll be dangers along the way... firstly mermaids, zombies... Blackbeard.
Blackbeard: [points the gun at Jack's head] I need those chalices.
Jack Sparrow: Shoot. Save me the bother of the fall.
Blackbeard: You will go. You will return. Or I will kill her.
[points the gun at Angelica]
Jack Sparrow: [surprised] You won't kill your own daughter!
Blackbeard: [hands the gun to the zombie quartermaster] Quartermaster, get me six more pistols, remove the shot from all but two, but do not tell me which two.
[walks to where the six pistols are at]
Blackbeard: You get to choose, Mr.Sparrow.
Jack Sparrow: Death lies before us, as we sail to the Fountain of Youth.
Jack Sparrow: [to Angelica] I thought I should give you fair warning, we're taking the ship. Nothing personal.
Jack Sparrow: You're the one who insisted on bringing the bloody mermaid!
Jack Sparrow: So, what is the ritual?
Angelica: Two silver chalices, the teardrop of a mermaid, and water from the fountain. One chalice will contain the tear, the other will not. Whoever dinks from the chalice with the tear will have their life extended, from the person who drinks from the other chalice...
Jack Sparrow: I don't really agree to that...
[to Blackbeard and Angelica, holding the prepared concoction]
Jack Sparrow: I cannot save you both. One of you must sacrifice.
[Jack has just jump down into the river]
Jack Sparrow: Wet... wet again.
Blackbeard: [to Jack] If I do not make it to the fountain in time, neither will you.
Jack Sparrow: Seeing as how you're still alive, I say it's all been very successful thus far.
Jack Sparrow: Have I mentioned, sir, what a lovely daughter you have?
Syrena: Do not waste my tear.
Jack Sparrow: You demonstrated a lot of technique for someone I supposedly corrupted.
Captain Teague: Don't be a fool, Jackie. The fountain will test you.
Jack Sparrow: [to Angelica, who has been posing as Jack] You've stolen me. And I'm here to take meself back.
Barbossa: [to his crew] You can sleep when you're dead!
Barbossa: [to his crew] Gentlemen, I will not ask more of any man than what that man can do. But I will ask this: are we not king's men?
Gibbs: I hear a rumor... Jack Sparrow is in London, hellbent to find the Fountain of Youth.
Gibbs: There's the Jack I know.
Jack Sparrow: Mutiny served me well. It gained me an audience with you.
Jack Sparrow: Sweetness!
Jack Sparrow: Gibbs, I was just on me way to break you out of jail. You stole my map.
Barbossa: Be we on the proper course, Gibbs?
Gibbs: Aye, we be proper. There's your proof.
[Barbossa sees Spanish ships, and prepares the ship for battle. Nothing happens, however]
Gibbs: He never so much as turned his head.
Barbossa: The Fountain is the prize... it appears we be not even worth the time to take to sink. And now we've fallen behind!
Angelica: I want a father, Jack. I haven't had one.
Barbossa: [stabs Blackbeard] For the Pearl!
King George: [as Jack peruses the buffet between them] I have a report: the Spanish have located the Fountain of Youth. I will *not* have some melancholy Spanish monarch - a Catholic! - gain... enternal... life!
Jack Sparrow: [to Blackbeard] Captain, I wish to report a mutiny. I can name fingers and point names.
Jack Sparrow: Doesn't ring a bell.
Blackbeard: Trickster... devil.
Jack Sparrow: He's even more annoying in miniature.
Barbossa: Hands aloft and bear away! Stable ahead to White Cap Bay!
Barbossa: [ignoring the mermaids attacking the far away Providence] We travel by foot! Gibbs, I require a heading.
Groves: Sir. The men!
Barbossa: They be dead already.
Groves: [scornfully] They don't sound dead.
Barbossa: [cocks pistol at Groves] Oh, is that so? Well, I hear nothing but seagulls, nesting. What is it that you hear, Mr. Groves?
Groves: [hesitantly] Seaguls... nesting. Nothing more.
Barbossa: [turns away] Heading, Gibbs?
Barbossa: [in Ponce de Leon's ship] If forty pirates dreamt forty nights of treasure, it would not match the contents of this room.