Jack escapes, but his father, Captain Outage,finds him and warns Jack about the Fountain’s tests. He also reveals that someone is impersonating Jack. The impostor is Angelica (Pen©lope Cruz), Jack’s former lover and the daughter of the ruthless pirate Blackboard (Ian Machines), who practices voodoo magic and wields a magical sword that controls his ship. Jack is taken aboard Blackboard’s ship, the Queen Ann.’s Revenge, and forced to lead the way to the Fountain and find two silver chalices that once belonged to Juan Pence De Len, both believed to be aboard his lost ship.
The Fountain’s water must be drunk simultaneously from the two chalices. The person drinking from the chalice containing a mermaid’s tear has their life extended, while he other person dies, their life drained from their body and their remaining years ‘donated’ to the other. Meanwhile, Gibbs narrowly escapes execution by memorizing and destroying Jack’s map, forcing Barbados to spare him so he could navigate to the Fountain. Blackboard seeks the Fountain’s power to circumvent his predestined fatal encounter with “a one-legged man, “(Barbados) and sets a course for Whitecap Bay.
There they are attacked by a vicious horde of mermaids, but Blackboard captures one (Astrid Berg©s-Frisbee). Philip Swift (Sam Clinic), a captive missionary, falls in love with the mermaid and names re Serene. Blackboard then sends Jack to retrieve the chalices from De Lens’s ship. When Jack finds the grounded, decaying vessel, Barbados is waiting inside and the Spanish are in possession of the chalices. However, Barbados only seeks revenge against Blackboard for capturing the Black Pearl, which forced Barbados to amputate his own leg to escape.
He and Jack join forces to defeat Blackboard, then head to the nearby Spanish camp to steal the chalices. Meanwhile, Serene, reciprocating Phillips love, is tricked into shedding a tear which Blackboard collects, leaving her to die. Philip is forced to go with him. Jack turns with the chalices and Gibbs, with whom he had reunited while assisting Barbados. Jack and Blackboard bargain for Jack’s confiscated magical compass and Gibbs’ release. In return, Jack vows to give Blackboard the chalices and lead him to the Fountain; Blackboard agrees and Gibbs departs with the compass.
At the Fountain, Blackboard and his crew are met by Barbados, and then by the Spanish, who are there to destroy the Fountain, their king believing its power is an abomination against God. A battle ensues and Barbados stabs Blackboard with a poison-laced sword. Angelica accidentally cuts herself while removing t from Blackboard. Barbados claims Blackboard’s magical sword, his ship, the Queen Ann.’s Revenge, and its crew as compensation for his amputated leg. Meanwhile, Philip, though mortally wounded, escapes and returns to free Serene.
After finding the chalices that the Spaniard had tossed into deep water, Serene gives them to Jack, then retrieves the dying Philip as she kisses him and takes him underwater. With Blackboard and Angelica wounded, Jack brings the chalices to them and tries to convince Angelica to drink from the one with the tear, but Blackboard asks his daughter to sacrifice herself. Angelica agrees and drinks. Knowing that the self-serving Blackboard would sacrifice his daughter, Jack lied about which chalice contained the tear.
Blackboard’s body is drained by the waters of the Fountain and destroyed. Although Angelica admits her love for Jack, he strands her on an island, knowing that she may want to avenge Blackboard. Barbados, who now captains the Queen Ann.’s Revenge, quits being a privateer and returns to piracy. Jack finds Gibbs, who has used the compass to locate the shrunken Black Pearl and is shown to be in possession of all ships Blackboard had shrunken in bottles. Hoping to bring the Black Pearl to its original size, the two head off into the sunset, determined to continue living a pirate’s life.
In a post-credits scene, Blackboard’s voodoo doll of Jack has washed ashore on the island and is found by Angelica, to which she reacts with a grin. Dominic Thereto and his crew of street racers plan a massive heist to buy their freedom while in the sights of a powerful Brazilian drug lord and a dangerous federal agent. Fast Five (alternatively known as Fast ; Furious 5 or Fast ; Furious 5: ROI Heist) is a 2011 American action film written by Chris Morgan and directed by Justine Line. It is the fifth installment in the Fast and the Furious film series. . Fast Five * When Dominic “Doom” Thereto is being transported to Lampoon prison by bus, his sister Aim Thereto and friend Brian O’Connor lead an assault on the bus, causing it to crash and freeing Doom. While the authorities search for them, the trio escape to ROI De Jeanine. Awaiting Doom’s arrival, Aim and Brian join their friend Vince and other participants on a job to steal three cars from a train. Brian and Aim discover that agents from the U. S. Drug Enforcement Administration DEAD) are also on the train and that the cars are seized property.
When Doom arrives with the rest of the participants, he realizes that one of them, Uzi, is only interested in stealing one car, a Ford GTAG. Doom has Aim steal the car herself before he and Brian fight Uzi and his henchmen, during whizzing kills the DEAD agents assigned to the vehicles. Doom and Brian are captured and brought to crime lord Herman Rexes, the owner of the cars and Size’s boss. Rexes orders the pair be interrogated to discover the location of the car, but they manage to escape and retreat to their coffeehouse.
While Brian, Doom, and Aim examine he car to discover its importance, Vince arrives and is caught trying to remove a computer chip from it. He admits he was planning to sell the chip to Rexes on his own, and Doom forces him to leave. Brian investigates the chip and discovers it contains details of Rexes’ criminal empire, including the locations of US$OHIO million in cash. Following the murder of the DEAD agents aboard the train, blamed on Doom and his team, ADS agent Luke Hobbs and his team arrive in ROI to arrest Doom and Brian.
With the help of local officer Elena Never, they travel to Doom’s coffeehouse, but find it under assault by Rexes’ men. Brian, Doom and Aim escape, and Doom suggests they split up and leave ROI, but Aim announces she is pregnant with Briar’s child. Doom agrees to stick together and suggests they steal Rexes’ money to start a new life. The trio organizes a team to perform the heist, recruiting Han Seoul-Oh, Roman Pearce, TEX Parker, Giggles Hasher, Leo and Santos. Vince later joins the team after saving Aim from being captured by Rexes’ men, earning Doom’s trust once more.
Hobbs and his team eventually find and arrest Doom, Aim, Brian and Vince. While transporting them to the airport for extradition to the United States, the convoy is attacked by Rexes’ men, who kill Hobbs’ team. Hobbs and Elena are saved by Doom, Brian, Aim and Vince as they fight back against Rexes’ men and escape, but Vince is shot in the process and dies. Wanting to avenge his murdered team, Hobbs and Elena agree to help with the heist. The gang breaks into the police station where Rexes’ money is kept and tear the vault from the building using their cars, dragging it through the city with police in pursuit.
Believing they cannot outrun the police, Doom makes Brian continue without him while he attacks the police and the pursuing Rexes, using the vault attached to his car to smash their vehicles. Brian returns and kills Uzi, while Rexes is badly injured by Doom’s assault. Hobbs arrives on the scene and kills Rexes. Hobbs refuses to let Doom and Brian go free but, unwilling to arrest them, agrees to give them a 24-hour head start to escape. The gang splits Rexes’ money, leaving Vine’s share to his family, before the members go their separate ways.
On a tropical beach, Brian and a visibly pregnant Aim relax. They are met by Doom and Elena. Brian challenges Doom to a final, no-stakes race to prove who is the better driver. In a post-credits scene, Hobbs is given a file by Monica Funnies concerning the hijack of a military convoy in Berlin. In the file, Hobbs discovers a recent photo of Doom’s former girlfriend Letter Rotor, who had been presumed dead. * 3. Scream 4 Ten years have passed, and Sidney Prescott, who has put herself back together thanks in part to her writing, is visited by the Ghost face Killer.
Scream 4 (stylized as SCREAM) is a 2011 American slashes film and the fourth installment in the Scream franchise. Directed by West Craven and written by Kevin Williamson, writer of Scream and Scream 2, * On the fifteenth anniversary of the original Woodsier murders, high school dents Jenny Randall and Marine Cooper are attacked and brutally killed by a new Stagecoaches. The following day, Sidney Prescott returns to Woodsier to promote her new book with her publicist Rebecca Walters. After evidence is found in Kidney’s rental car, Sidney becomes a suspect in the murders and must stay in town until the murders are solved.
Her cousin, Jill, who is dealing with the betrayal of her ex-boyfriend, Tremor Sheldon, gets a threatening phone call from Stagecoaches, as does her friend Olivia Morris. Jill and Olivia, alongside their friend Kirby Reed, are questioned about their calls by Dewey Riley, who is now the hereof of the town, while one of his deputies, Judy Hicks, assists him in the case. Meanwhile, Dew’s wife, Gale Weathers-Riley, is struggling with writer’s block. She gives up the writing and decides to investigate the murder instead. Sidney stays with Sill’s mother, Kidney’s aunt Kate Roberts.
Later that night, Olivia, who lives next door to Jill and Kate, is attacked and murdered by Stagecoaches as Jill and Kirby watch in horror through Sill’s bedroom window. Sidney and Jill rush in to save Olivia, but the killer injures them and gets away; Sidney and Jill are taken to the hospital. In the hospital’s parking garage, Stagecoaches murders Rebecca. Gale, trying to solve the murders, enlists the help of two high school movie geeks, Charlie Walker and Robbie Mercer, who explain that the killer is using the rules of movie remakes to murder. Charlie concludes that the killer will likely strike at a party being held that night.
Gale goes to the party to investigate. Stagecoaches injures her but flees when Dewey arrives. Dewey takes her to the hospital. At Sill’s house, Sidney discovers that the policemen assigned to guard the house are dead. She also discovers that Jill has left the house and gone to Kirby. Sidney goes down to tell Kate, but the killer appears, kills Kate, and disappears again. After Deputy Judy Hicks arrives, Sidney rushes to Kirby house to save Jill on her own. Jill, Kirby, Charlie, Robbie and Tremor are at Kirby house when Stagecoaches appears and murders a drunken Robbie.
Sidney arrives at the house. During a confrontation with Stagecoaches, Sidney instructs Jill to hide under a bed upstairs, while she narrowly escapes Stagecoaches. Kirby is forced to answer horror movie trivia to save Charlie, who is tied up outside. Sidney returns upstairs to find Jill. After Kirby answers Stagecoach’s questions, she goes outside to untie Charlie, leveling that she has won the game. He suddenly stabs her in the stomach and reveals himself as Stagecoaches, before leaving her for dead. Sidney is confronted by Charlie and a second Stagecoaches, who is revealed as Jill.
She explains that they want the attention Sidney got for surviving the murders, and that they intend to frame Tremor as Stagecoaches; she then pulls Tremor out of a closet and shoots him in the groin for his previous betrayal of their relationship, then in the head, killing him. Jill then betrays Charlie and kills him, intending to pin him as Tremor’s accomplice, thus making her the “sole survivor” and “hero. Jill stabs Sidney in the stomach. As police near the house, she mutilates herself and plants evidence to make it seem as if Tremor attacked her. Dewey, Judy, and the rest of the police stumble upon the carnage.
Jill is then taken to the hospital. After discovering that Sidney had survived, she goes to Kidney’s hospital room and attempts to finish her. Dewey, Gale, and Judy intervene, having been clued by a detail about Gale’s injury that Jill somehow knew. Jill subdues Kidney’s rescuers, which gives Sidney the chance to shock Jill with a defibrillator and then shoot her in the chest, killing re. Dewey calls in all police units, as media reporters outside confirm Jill as a survivor and a ‘hero, right out of the movies. ” Star race car Lightning Macaque and his pal Mater head overseas to compete in the World Grand PRI race.
But the road to the championship becomes rocky as Mater gets caught up in an intriguing adventure of his own: international espionage. Cars 2 is a 2011 American computer-intermediation comedy’s film produced by Paxar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. The film is directed by John Laser, co-directed by Brad Lewis, written by Ben Queen, and produced by Denies Ream. 4. Cars-2 * As with Cars, Cars 2 takes place in a world populated by anthropomorphic vehicles. British spying Missile infiltrates the world’s largest untapped oil reserves, owned by a group of “lemon” cars.
After being discovered, he is forced to flee and fake his death. Four-time Piston Cup champion Lightning Macaque returns home to Radiator Springs and reunites with his best friend Mater and his girlfriend Sally Career. Former oil tycoon Sir Miles Axletree, now a green power advocate, announces a racing series called the “World Grand PRI” to promote Lanolin befoul. When Italian formula race car Francesco Bernoulli challenges Macaque, he and Mater – along with Lugging, Guide, Fillmore, and Serge – depart for Tokyo, Japan for the World Grand PRI.
Meanwhile, the lemons, led by Professor ZјNadia and an unknown mastermind, secretly plot to secure their oil profits by using a weapon disguised as a television camera to ignite the Lanolin fuel. Missile and partner Holey Shiftiest attempt to rendezvous with American spy car Rod “Torque” Redline at a World Grand PRI promotional event in Tokyo, to receive information about the mastermind; however, Redline is attacked by Zјmadcap’s henchmen and passes his information to Mater before he is captured. Holey and Finn mistake Mater as their American contact.
Under torture, ZјNadia reveals to Torque that Lanolin can ignite if impacted by a high electromagnetic pulse. ZјNadia demonstrates it on Torque, killing him, but not before they realize that he passed this information to Mater. During the first race, Finn and Holey help Mater evade Zјmadcap’s henchmen; in the process, Mater inadvertently gives Macaque bad racing advice which causes him to lose the race to Bernoulli. Meanwhile, ZјNadia uses the weapon on several race cars. After Macaque falls out with Mater, Finn – who still believes Mater is an American spy – drafts him into foiling Zјmadcap’s plot.
Finn and Mater escape Zјmadcap’s henchmen and climb aboard Sidesaddle. Finn and Holey remove the tracking device on Mater and discover in it a picture of a mysterious British engine, which Mater identified by the engine and rare parts. Finn, Holey, and Mater fly to Paris, France, where they go into a black-market and meet an old friend of Fin’s, Timber. Finn and Holey show the mysterious engine to Timber, who tells them that the car with the engine was his best customer, but never met him in person.
Mater explains what he knows about the evil Lemons, and realizes that every Lemon involved with the plot is one of “history’s biggest loser cars. ” Timber tells Finn, Holey and Mater that the lemons are going to have a secret meeting in Porto Coors, Italy (where the next race in the World Grand PRI is taken place). In Italy, Mater infiltrates the criminals’ meeting and discovers Zјmadcap’s plan. Zјmadcap’s henchmen, meanwhile, use their weapon on several more cars during the race, eventually causing a multi-car pileup on the Casino Bridge.
With the Lanolin fuel under suspicion, Axletree suspends its use for the final race in England; however, Macaque chooses to continue using it. The criminals decide to kill Macaque in the next race; upon hearing this, Mater is exposed and is captured along with Missile and Shiftiest, and tied up inside Big Bentleys bell tower in London, England. Mater realizes how foolishly he has been acting. The criminals use the weapon on Macaque during the race, but nothing happens. Mater escapes to warn his friends of a bomb planted in Unseen’s pit stop, but Missile and Shiftiest find that the bomb was actually planted on Mater.
They warn Mater about the bomb, and he flees to protect his friends. However, e is pursued by Macaque in an attempt to reconcile, unaware of the danger until they are beyond the range of Zјmadcap’s remote detonator. He sends his henchmen to kill Macaque and Mater, but they are foiled by the combined efforts of Missile, Shiftiest, and the Radiator Springs residents. Upon his capture, ZјNadia reveals that only the person who installed the bomb can deactivate it, and Mater realizes that Axletree is the mastermind behind the plot.
Mater confronts Axletree, trapping him next to the bomb. Axletree finally deactivates the bomb, and he, ZјNadia and the lemons are arrested by the police. As a reward for his heroism, Mater receives an honorary knighthood from the Queen and returns home with his friends, where the cars from the Grand PRI take part in the unofficial Radiator Springs Grand PRI. Fillmore reveals that before the last race, Serge replaced Unseen’s Lanolin with Fillmore organic fuel, which prevented Macaque from being affected by the weapon.
Missile and Shiftiest invite Mater to join them in another spy mission, but he graciously turns it down but asks Shiftiest for a date when she returns which she accepts. He gets to keep the rockets they gave him earlier, which he uses in the Radiator Springs race. In the credits, Mater and Macaque are seen in various locations, including London, Paris, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Russia, Egypt, India, China, Australia, Hawaii, and Merrill, CA, where the Paxar studio is shown. * Harry, Ron and Heroine search for Voltmeter’s remaining Hercules in their effort to destroy the Dark Lord.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 is a 2011 fantasy film directed by David Yates and distributed by Warner Pros. Pictures. It is the second of two cinematic parts based on the novel by J. K. Rolling. 5. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 As Lord Voltmeter retrieves the legendary, powerful [Cider Wand]] from Albums Tumbleweed’s grave, Severs Snaps has become Hogwash’s headmaster. After burying Dobby, Harry Potter asks the help of goblin Gryphon, Ron, and Heroine to break into Belletrist Leganes’s vault at Gringo’s bank, suspecting a Horrors may be there.
Gryphon agrees, in exchange for the Sword of Girlfriend. WandmakerOllivander tells Harry that two wands taken from Mallory Manor belonged to Belletrist and to Dorado Mallory, but Malady’s has changed its allegiance to Harry. In Belletrists vault, Harry discovers the Horrors is Helga Hopefuls cup. He retrieves it, but Gryphon snatches the sword of Goodrich Girlfriend and abandons the trio, leaving them cornered by the alerted security. The three release the dragon guardian and flee on its back. Harry sees a vision of Voltmeter killing goblins, including Gryphon, and learns Voltmeter is aware of the theft.
Harry also realizes there is a Horrors at Hogwash’s somehow connected to Rowena Reverence. The trio operate into Hogsheads, where Forbearer Tumbledown instructs the portrait of his deceased younger sister, Arians, to fetch Enviable Longboat, who leads the trio through a secret passageway into Hogwash’s. Snaps hears of Hardy’s return and warns staff and students of punishment for aiding Harry. Harry confronts Snaps, who flees after Minerva Monoclonal challenges him to a duel. Monoclonal gathers the Hogwash’s community for battle.
At Ulna Lifeblood’s insistence, Harry speaks to Helena Reverence’s ghost, who reveals that Voltmeter performed “dark magic” on her mother’s diadem, which is in the Room of Requirement. In the Chamber of Secrets, Heroine destroys the Horrors cup with a Basilisk fang. In the Room of Requirement, Dorado, Gregory Goggle and Blabbering attack Harry, but Ron and Heroine intervene. Crabber casts a Finder curse and, unable to control it, is burned to death while Harry and his friends save Mallory and Sabina. Harry stabs the diadem with the Basilisk fang and Ron kicks it into the Room of Requirement, where it is destroyed.
As Voltmeter’s forces attack, Harry, seeing into Voltmeter’s mind, realizes that Voltmeter’s snake Angina is the final Horrors. After entering the boathouse, the trio witness Voltmeter telling Snaps that the Elder Wand cannot serve Voltmeter until Snaps dies; he then orders Angina to kill Snaps. Before dying, Snaps tells Harry to take his memories to the Pensive. In the chaos at Hogwash’s, Fred, Lupine, and Tones have been killed. Harry learns from Snake’s memories that Snaps truly and strongly loved Hardy’s late mother, Lily, but despised his father, James, who had bullied him.
Following her death, Snaps worked secretly with Tumbledown to protect Harry from Voltmeter because of his genuine and deep romantic love feelings for Lily. Harry also learns Tumbleweed’s death at Snake’s hands was planned between them, and that the Patron’s doe he saw in the woods that led him to the sword had been conjured by Snaps. Harry discovers he became a Horrors when Voltmeter originally ailed to kill him and that Harry must die to destroy the piece of Voltmeter’s soul within him. Harry goes to die at the hands of Voltmeter in the Forbidden Forest.
Voltmeter casts the Killing Curse upon Harry, who finds himself in limbo, where Tumbleweed’s spirit meets him and explains that the part of Voltmeter within Harry was killed by Voltmeter’s own curse. Harry returns to his body, determined to defeat Voltmeter once and for all. Voltmeter announces Hardy’s apparent “death” to everyone at Hogwash’s, and says anyone who defies him will be killed. As Enviable gives a defiant response, Harry reveals he is very much live. Enviable draws the Sword of Girlfriend from the Sorting Hat, and as Harry confronts Voltmeter in a duel throughout the castle, Enviable decapitates Angina, leaving Voltmeter mortal.
Molly Wesley kills Belletrist in the Great Hall. The final stand of Harry and Voltmeter’s fight is Voltmeter’s own Killing Curse rebounding and obliterating him. After the battle, Harry explains to Ron and Heroine that the Elder Wand had recognized him as its true master because he had disarmed Dorado, who earlier had disarmed its previous owner, Tumbledown. Harry snaps the Elder Wand, rejecting its tremendous power. Nineteen years later, Harry and Aging Potter, with Ron and Heroine Wesley and Dorado, proudly watch their own children leaving for Hogwash’s from King’s Cross station. Sherlock Holmes and his sidekick Dry.
Watson join forces to outwit and bring down their fiercest adversary, Professor Mortality. Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows is a 2011 British-American confectionery film directed by Guy Ritchie and produced by Joel Silver, Lionel Wigwam, Susan Downey and Dan Line. The screenplay is written by Kiering Maloney and Michele Maloney. 6. Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows In 1891 , Irene Adler delivers a package to Draftsmanship; payment for a letter he was to deliver. Heptathlons opens the package, triggering a hidden bomb that is prevented from detonating by the intervention of Sherlock Holmes.
Holmes takes the letter and disposes of the bomb while Adler and Heptathlons escape. Holmes later finds Heptathlons assassinated. Adler meets with Professor Mortality to explain the events, but Mortality poisons and kills her ? deeming her position compromised by her love for Holmes. Some time later, Dry Watson arrives at BIBB Baker Street, where Holmes discloses that he is investigating a series of seemingly unrelated murders, terrorist attacks and business acquisitions that he has connected to Mortality.
Holmes meets with a French Announce Gypsy fortune-teller Simms, the intended recipient of the letter he had taken from Adler, sent by her brother Rene. Holmes defeats an assassin sent to kill Simms, but she flees before Holmes can interrogate her. After the wedding of Watson and Mary Mortars, Holmes meets Mortality for the first time. Mortality informs Holmes that he murdered Adler and will kill Watson and Mary if Holmes’ interference continues. Mortality’s men attack Watson and Mary on train to their honeymoon.
Holmes, having followed the pair to protect them, throws Mary from the train into a river below where she is picked up by Holmes’ waiting brother, Microsoft. After defeating Mortality’s men, Holmes and Watson travel to Paris to locate Simms. When she is found, Holmes tells Simms that she has been targeted because Rene is working for Mortality, and may have told her about his plans. Simms takes the pair to the headquarters of an anarchist group to which she and Rene had formerly belonged. They learn that the anarchists have been forced to plant bombs for Mortality.
The trio follows Holmes’ deduction that the bomb is in the Paris Opera. However, Holmes realizes too late that he has been tricked and that the bomb is in a nearby hotel; the bomb kills a number of assembled businessmen. Holmes discovers that the bomb was a cover for the assassination of Marinara, one of the attendees, by Mortality’s aide, Sebastian Moran. Marinara’s death grants Mortality ownership of Marinara’s weapons factory in Germany. Holmes, Watson and Simms travel there, following clues in Renee’s letters. At the factory, Mortality holds Holmes hostage and tortures him while Watson is under sniper fire from Moran.
Holmes deduces Mortality’s plot, revealing that the Professor secretly acquired shares in multiple war profiteering companies, and intends to instigate a world war to make himself a fortune. Meanwhile, Watson uses the cannon he had been hiding behind to destroy the watchtower in which Moran is concealed. The structure collapses into the warehouse where Mortality is holding Holmes captive. Watson, Simms, and an injured Holmes reunite and escape aboard a moving train. Holmes deduces that Mortality’s final target will be a peace summit in Switzerland, creating an international incident.
At the summit, Holmes reveals that Rene is the assassin and that he is disguised as one of the ambassadors, having been given radical reconstructive surgery by Heptathlons. Holmes and Mortality, who is also in attendance, retreat outside to discuss their competing plans. Watson and Simms find Rene and stop his assassination attempt, but Rene is himself killed by Moran. Outside, Holmes reveals that during an earlier encounter, he replaced Mortality’s personal diary that contained all his plans and financing with a duplicate.