What do you get if you mix swordplay, sailing, men with tentacle beards, beautiful women and Keith Richards. It's Pirates of the Caribbean. Savvy? More specifically, its Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. These latest exploits on the high seas take in the action of both Dead Man's Chest and the final instalment of the series. Things were looking a bit bleak for the notorious Captain Jack Sparrow by the end of Dead Man's Chest. After you've been drawn inexorably through the events of the second film you'll find Captain Jack (Depp, not the one from the Billy Joel song) languishing in Davy Jones' locker while Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann are allied with Captain Barbossa in order to sail to his rescue. With characters modelled uncannily on their film counterparts you'll swash, buckle and leap your way through action lifted directly from the films. Between the fleets of the East India Trading Company and the supernatural (and super-creepy) Davy Jones, you and your motley crew will be up against it. But that's never been a problem for Captain Jack before, has it? Grab your sword, raise the anchor, don your eye liner and cast off. There's pirating to be done.