Top 50 Best Pirate Movies To Watch In 2024

top 50 best pirate movies to watch in 2024


Ever wondered what kind of a lifestyle the pirates have? What would they eat or even how they evolved?


Here is a short voyage to the history and lifestyle of the pirates. The first generation of pirates was the fourteenth-century BC people.


They were mostly sailors who figured out that Pirating would be the fastest way to earn money for their living.


Oops, if you don’t know what pirates do, they steal from the other sailors and help themselves with their food, money, and ships.


They fight battles to do this. Coming to the lifestyle, as pirates spent most of their time in the sea, they ate whatever they got from their steal.


They ate bread, meat, fermented veggies, and sometimes even dairy. Most of the time they do not have food to eat and suffer from starvation.


But they had good times when they succeeded in a battle and looted a ship, they would enjoy surplus food and good clothing.


They always have alcohol to drink. Facts state that the pirates from the Caribbean drank rum and beer all their life.


To bath and clean themselves, they make use of their own ships and they are likely to have the least hygienic lifestyle.


Did your mind imagine their lifestyle? Here is a list of movies that would take you into the world of pirates and add more to your imagination.




1. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl


Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl


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Directed by Gore Verbinski
Starring Johnny Depp, Keira Knightley, Geoffrey Rush, Orlando Bloom, Zoe Saldana, Jack Davenport, Mackenzie Crook, Jonathan Pryce, Lucinda Dryzek, Kevin McNally 
Release Year 2003
IMDb 8/10 
Rotten Tomatoes 79% 
Worldwide box office 65.43 crores USD


This movie is the best pirate movie so far. It has the essence of action, drama, comedy, and whatnot.


The story starts with Will Turner, a blacksmith in love with Elizabeth Swann. Elizebeth Swann is the daughter of Governor Weatherby Swann.


In the usual life of this loving couple, suddenly a twist drops. Elizabeth Swann is missing and is found to be kidnapped.


Here comes the entry of our hero, the Pirate, Jack Sparrow. Will Turner is helpless and seeks the help of Jack to find the love of his life.


When it is evident that Elizabeth Swann is kidnapped by Captain Barbossa, it is not revealed that Barbossa is cursed.


Has he kidnapped Elizabeth Swan to use her as a blessing away from the curse?


This continues with all the adventures that Jack is going to take us through. It is not just a must-watch for Pirate lovers, It is a marked must-watch for everybody.




2. Captain Phillips


Captain Phillips


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Directed by Paul Greengrass
Starring Barkhad Abdi, Tom Hanks, Faysal Ahmed, Mahat M. Ali, Michael Chernus, Catherine Keener, Max Martini, Chris Mulkey, David Warshofsky, Corey Johnson
Release Year 2013
IMDb 7.8/10
Rotten Tomatoes 93% 
Worldwide box office 220 Million USD


This movie is one under the must-watch list if you are looking forward to knowing more about the pirates and their lifestyle.


It is all about the hijack of the cargo ship that happened in the year 2009.


It was MV Maersk Alabama and the ship was hijacked by Somali Pirates. This movie lets out the relationship between the enemies.


Our Captain Richard Phillips and the captain of the pirates, Muse. It is shown from scratch, how it all started and how Muse took over the unarmed ship, and more on the hijack.


It is more likely the reality of what pirates are, they are definitely different from what is shown in the movies.


This is more of a documentary or a biography of Captain Phillips. In reality, Phillips was sued by his own crew members for not predicting that this could happen and for not taking prior precautions.


It is so intense and provides good knowledge about the pirates.




3. Captain Blood


Captain Blood


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Directed by Michael Curtiz 
Starring Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, Basil Rathbone, Guy Kibbee, Harry Cording, Pedro de Cordoba, Murray Kinnell, Georges Renavent, Stymie Beard, Jim Thorpe
Release Year 1935
IMDb 7.7/10
Rotten Tomatoes 100%
Worldwide box office 30.9 Million USD 


When there is an up, there’d always be a down, and vice versa.


This story starts with Dr. Peter Blood who is mistakenly arrested. He is bought by the royal family and is enslaved.


He is tortured and feels bad for living a life like that. But he would never give up, he somehow gets into the medical field and waits for the right chance.


That is where he is tested for his patience is so real. And finally, the day he awaited came.


He and his friends get a chance to take over the Spanish Ship. This incident makes them powerful and fearsome.


They are the heroes that have no motherland and home but are the most feared pirates on the seas.


But the story does not end there, the story just has reached the mid-way and they are on missions.


This movie is the first movie in a row of nine movies that Errol and Olivia did together.


If you are looking for serious pirate movies then this is a serious suggestion from my side, better add it to your list.




4. Treasure Island


Treasure Island


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Directed by Byron Haskin
Starring Robert Newton, Bobby Driscoll, Basil Sydney, Walter Fitzgerald, Finlay Currie, Denis O’Dea, Geoffrey Keen, Ralph Truman, John Laurie, John Gregson
Release Year 1950
IMDb 6.9/10
Rotten Tomatoes 100%
Worldwide box office Not Available


This movie was also from the Disney House of Production. It is said to be their first-ever full-fledged action movie.


This movie had good impressions among the audience of that time. And, it probably hasn’t lost it yet.


The job of pirates is to either hide treasures or find them, right? In this story, our main characters are in search of treasure.


The treasure that was hidden by Captain Flint. While Jim Hawkins, Dr Livesley, and other people from the crew of the pirate are on the mission, there is somebody else who wants to be on board too.


He is none other than Long John Silver. With other people also looking forward to finding the treasure, will this workout for Jim?


What happens next in the lives of Jim and John is the rest of the movie.


This movie is one of the timeless productions from Disney. If people who watched years back re-watched the movie now, they’ll absolutely love it.



5. Peter Pan


Peter Pan


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Directed by Hamilton Luske, Wilfred Jackson, Clyde Geronimi
Starring (Voice) Bobby Driscoll, Kathryn Beaumont, Hans Conried, Bill Thompson, Heather Angel, Tommy Luske, Paul Collins, Candy Candido, Tom Conway, Roland Dupree 
Release Year 1953
IMDb 7.3/10
Rotten Tomatoes 78%
Worldwide box office 87.4 Million USD


This was probably the first-ever Peter Pan movie. It was released in the 50s when animation was a fantasy.


Animated movies were magnificent and never failed to engross people in them. It had so much love from the audience.


To anybody who doesn’t know who Peter Pan is, he is the boy who never grows up.


Also, he is the hero of Neverland. This is the start of the Peter Pan adventures.


Here is where he meets Wendy and her Brothers. Peter Pan visits Wendy at her house and takes her and her brothers to the magical land called Neverland where Peter Pan is a hero.


While showing all the amusements of the place, there is an adventure awaiting for Pan to handle.


Even though it was a great success, Walt Disney was not fully satisfied with the outcome.



6. Nate and Hayes


Nate and Hayes


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Directed by Ferdinand Fairfax
Starring Tommy Lee Jones, Michael O’Keefe, jenny Seagrove, Max Phipps, Grant Tilly, Peter Rowley, Kate Harcourt, Roy Billing, Reg Ruka, Bruce Allpress
Release Year 1983
IMDb 6.2/10 
Rotten Tomatoes Not Available 
Worldwide box office 19 Million USD


Captain Bully Hayes in real life was Captain William Henry Hayes. He was a sailor in the Pacific in the 19th century.


So, that tagline is approved for this movie, BASED ON A TRUE STORY… Bully Hayes is a legal Pirate.


He does not steal illegal money or does not kill anybody unwantedly. He is very good and loyal to Pirating.


But one day, he is imprisoned by a person who was his “friend” once. While in the prison, he narrates the whole story of his life.


He begins with him leading a good life as a good pirate. He explains to the lawyer how things took tolls and twists just after the mission on the ship, the Rona.


He also explains how he found the love of his life and the other adventures.


Alright, stopping there, not spoiling the fun and suspense of a good movie. Do add this movie to your watchlist as it is worth it.



7. The Goonies


The Goonies


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Directed by Richard Donner 
Starring Josh Brolin, Sean Astin, Corey Feldman, Jeff Cohen, Ke Huy Quan, Kerri Green, Martha Pilmpton, Joe Pantoliano, Robert Davi, John Matuszak
Release Year 1985
IMDb 7.8/10
Rotten Tomatoes 76%
Worldwide box office 124 Million USD


The Goonies is a movie based on treasure finding. The movie starts with Mikey and his friends hanging out at Mikey’s place.


They have fun, play around and also find a map. This is a map of an old Pirate and his treasure.


They all decide to find the treasure and that is when they realize that it is not as easy as they thought it would be.


Mikey, on this journey, gets answered to his question that has always remained unanswered. To reach midway to their destination, these kids have to cross Mama Fratelli’s restaurant.


It is not as simple as saying it. It is an adventure. As the kids manage to cross the place and reach the caves, Mama Fratelli gets hold of one of them.


Chuck is caught with her. Will he be able to escape and join his friends?


This story is full of fun and adventure that kids love. Also, it is a good movie time on good showtime.



8. Hook




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Directed by Steven Spielberg
Starring Robin Williams, Dustin Hoffman, Dante Basco, Amber Scott, Julia Roberts, Charlie Korsmo, Maggie Smith, Bob Hoskins, James Madio, Raushan Hanmond
Release Year 1991
IMDb 6.8/10
Rotten Tomatoes 29%
Worldwide box office 300 Million USD


Do you like the adventures of Peter Pan? Then you will surely like this movie.


While this movie begins Peter Pan is no hero. He spends most of his time with his family.


Ohh, don’t you know?? Peter has a family now. After being married to Peter, Wendy’s granddaughter Moira gave birth to two little kids.


Yes, Peter Pan is a family man and a father of two kids, Jack and Maggie.


Everything is in place and good going until Captain Hook arrives. As usual, Captain Hook kidnaps somebody.


And this time, it is Peter Pan’s kids. After being through this, Peter Pan cannot be the ordinary man, he has to become the hero.


He also takes help from Tinkerbell and rescues his children. Are you planning to watch a movie with your family?


Never think twice, this could be the right choice.



9. The Black Swan


The Black Swan


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Directed by Henry King
Starring Tyrone Power, Maureen O’Hara, George Sanders, Laird Cregar, Thomas Mitchell, Anthony Quinn, George Zucco, Helene Costello, Clarence Muse, Willie Fung
Release Year 1942
IMDb 6.8/10
Rotten Tomatoes 83%
Worldwide box office Not Available 


This is another story about the notorious Henry Morgan. Henry Morgan is in trouble and he can be out of it if he takes responsibility for the pirates to stop pirating.


He chooses to get help and picks Jaime Waring to help him on his mission.


Will Jaime be able to help him? It is a doubt because things take turns, real tough ones as Margret, Jaime’s love makes things worse and tough for Jaime to be on his mission.


Jaime’s mission is to take over Captain Billy Leach. This story is supposed to be an adaptation of the novel “The Black Swan”, but it is completely an original movie that has adapted only a character from history.


That character is none other than Henry Morgan. This movie is great, fun, and has an adventurous story.


It is an awesome pick for movie time.



10. Swiss Family Robinson


Swiss Family Robinson


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Directed by Ken Annakin
Starring Johann David, Dorothy McGuire, James Arthur, Tommy Kirk, Janet Munro, Kevin Corcoran, John Mills, Sessue Hayakawa, Cecil Parker, Andy Ho
Release Year 1960
IMDb 8.1/10
Rotten Tomatoes 82%
Worldwide box office 40 Million USD


This is the story of a family in crisis. The swiss family sets up and is ready to sail to New Guinea.


The relationship between the sea and the ships is always unpredictable. As said, the family’s ship is wrecked and they end up on an island where nobody lives.


It is simply deserted. Initially, the family is distressed and upset about the situation. But they come together and start to accept the situation.


This helps them to survive every single hurdle on the island. Also, they discover more beautiful things about each other while they explore the island.


There are ups and downs, pirate attacks, and more awaiting the family and the audience.


Just help yourself dive into the movie.



11. The Princess Bride


The Princess Bride


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Directed by Rob Reiner 
Starring Cary Elwes, Robin Wright, Mandy Patinkin, Wallace Shawn, Billy Crystal, Chris Saradon, Carol Kane, Andre the Giant, Peter Falk, Fred Savage
Release Year 1987
IMDb 8.1/10
Rotten Tomatoes 97%
Worldwide box office 309 Million USD


Having bagged all the ratings, this movie is timeless and is a good pick for any person regardless of their age.


We would have heard tales from our mom, dad, and their parents too. This is also a story that a grandfather narrates to his grandson.


This is a story that they have been reading for generations. The grandson just listens to it for the sake of his grandfather.


He’d rather prefer action stories to fairy tales. This story is about Buttercup. Buttercup was a normal girl who was undoubtedly chosen as a princess bride all of a sudden.


She is not ready for this marriage because she lost the love of her life five years ago and couldn’t forget him.


She goes on a horse ride to clear herself, but she is kidnapped there by evil people.


What will happen next to her might be the question that comes to your mind.


But will the grandson like this story? Will his opinions change toward the end of the story?


That is what we must focus on. This movie is one of the most welcomed feel-good movies for it really felt so good.



12. The Sea Hawk


The Sea Hawk


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Directed by Michael Curtiz
Starring Errol Flynn, Brenda Marshall, Claude Rains, Donald Crisp, Flora Robson, Alan Hale, Henry Daniell, Una O’Connor, James Stephenson, Gilbert Roland
Release Year 1940
IMDb 7.5/10
Rotten Tomatoes Not Available 
Worldwide box office 2 Million USD


During those days, the English trade was mostly affected by the Spanish. The Spanish were very much successful in trading.


So, that was the start of the movie. Geoffrey Thorpe is a pirate who is handsome and dashing.


He is asked to pirate the Spanish ships so that the English could be good in trade.


While pirating one of the Spanish ships, Geo comes across a beautiful Spanish royal woman and falls for her at the first sight.


Initially, she does not like him as he just took away her valuables. Trying to be very sweet, our hero returns all her belongings and she starts to fall for him too.


Now, the Queen of England, Elizebeth comes to know what Geo did and asks him to think about quitting piracy.


Will he agree to it? Will he be able to marry the love of his life?


It is true that the movie was screened with a scent that smelled like wood and ships.


This was done by the production house to set up more ambience and help people feel the movie.


This movie is old but definitely worth a watch.



13. The Crimson Pirate


The Crimson Pirate


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Directed by Robert Siodmak
Starring Burt Lancaster, Nick Cravat, Eva Bartok, Torin Thatcher, James Hayter, Leslie Bradley, Noel Purcell, Christopher Lee, Frederick Leister, Eliot Makeham
Release Year 1952
IMDb 7.3/10 
Rotten Tomatoes 100%
Worldwide box office Not Available 


Are you a person who loves action so much? Do you dream of prison breaks all the time?


Then this movie is perfect for your taste. Also, the action in the 1950s and 1960s are unbeatable.


They are super vintage, have no matches, and no competition. Capt Vallo is the main character of our story, he leads a crew of pirates.


On his way into the sea, he hits the jackpot and hijacks a ship. This ship has a good amount of valuables and cargo.


This loot makes our captain happy, but to make him happier, there is other information waiting for him.


When Vallo learns from a crew member about the purpose of the cargo, he makes plans that could make him filthy rich.


He dreams of it and arrives at the island where the cargo should actually belong.


But things never go as planned right? His plans are shaken and changed. This movie is packed with action, adventure, drama, and of course fun.


It would be a great stress buster on your list.



14. Treasure Planet


Treasure Planet


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Directed by Ron Clemente, John Musker 
Starring Joseph Gordon Levitt, Brian Murray, Martin Short, Emma Thompson, Laurie Metcalf, David Hyde Pierce, Michael Wincott, Tony Jay, Roscoe Lee Browne, Jeremy Suarez 
Release Year 2002
IMDb 7.2/10
Rotten Tomatoes 69% 
Worldwide box office 1096 Million USD


For kids who love to watch movies and for adults who love to watch animated ones, this movie is a perfect choice.


It is the animated version of “Treasure Island”. The hero of the movie is a fifteen-year-old.


The movie starts right when our hero, Jim Hawkins comes across a map that a pirate gives him before dying.


It is not a usual world map, it is a map of the treasure. This movie is one of  Walt Disney’s best space movies ever.


It takes people on a voyage to a good space adventure and a small journey into the parallel universe.


This movie gives you everything more than you could expect. Also, we’ve heard that hard work never fails.


This movie proves it. It has been in progress for 10 years before the initial release.


It is classic and a perfect entertainer. It is loved by people of any age.



15. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest


Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest


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Directed by Gore Verbinski 
Starring Keira Knightley, Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom, Lee Arenberg, Bill Nighy, Keith Richards, Naomie Harris, Kevin McNally, Jack Davenport, Tom Hollander
Release Year 2006
IMDb 7.3/10
Rotten Tomatoes 53% 
Worldwide box office 1066 Million USD


Here comes another crazy adventure with Jack Sparrow. The storyline is so simple, but the cinematography and the way the dialogues are delivered add up so much to the movie.


The music and the comedy in the movie really make the movie better. In this story, Jack owes Davy money and he is prisoned.


He cannot do anything if at all Will Turner and Elizebeth Swann agree to help him.


But, they are also in trouble, and they will be in more trouble if they help them.


Are they going to cross the borders? When the compass of Jack Sparrow is to be found, the team encounters another adventure throughout.


This movie keeps your eyes still and you won’t be able to look away even if you want to.


This movie is a bit slow when compared to the others in the series but it never fails to entertain and satisfy the audiences.



16. Damn the Defiant!


Damn the Defiant!


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Directed by Lewis Gilbert 
Starring Dirk Bogarde, Alec Guinness, David Robinson, Bryan Pringle, Maurice Denham, Nigel Stock, Anthony Quayle, Robin Stewart, Ray Brooks, Tom Bell
Release Year 1962
IMDb 7.1/10
Rotten Tomatoes 100/100%
Worldwide box office Not Available


This movie adds more creativity and includes more kinds of people into the movie. The story starts with Captain Crawford being in charge of the H. M. S Defiant.


It is a ship and the movie revolves around it. Also, this movie happens during the wars fought with the Napoleons.


Capt. Crawford is liked enough by the members of his crew. But from nowhere, he gets into clashes and fights with the new person in their team, Lieutenant Scott Padget.


Scott Padget knows how soft-hearted Crawford is and uses his son to make things work for him.


While this is going on, there is an external enemy who has to be fought.


Capt. Crawford somehow manages to get his people together and fight the enemies. Where does this all end?


Will Crawford be able to save his people and stop the fight? This movie is an adaptation of the novel by Frank Tilsley.


Also, this movie is one of the best movies of that time and nobody would deny it.



17. The Pirates! Band Of Misfits (2012)


the pirates! band of misfits (2012)


In “The Pirates! Band of Misfits,” the Pirate Captain, an enthusiastic leader of a less-than-successful pirate crew, aims to win the coveted Pirate of the Year award.


His quest leads him and his crew from Blood Island to the streets of Victorian London. Along the way, they encounter the villainous Queen Victoria, befriend a young Charles Darwin, and discover the importance of being true to themselves.


The film’s success stems from its delightful blend of humour, stunning stop-motion animation by Aardman Studios (known for “Wallace & Gromit”), and a celebration of quirky and endearing characters.


It has the voices of Hugh Grant, Salman Hayek, Martin Freeman, and more. Its lighthearted tone, playful jokes, and witty dialogue made it a hit with audiences of all ages.



18. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End


Pirates of the Caribbean: At world’s End


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Directed by Gore Verbinski
Starring Keira Knightley, Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom, Geoffrey Rush, Bill Nighy, Keith Richards, Naomie Harris, Kevin McNally, Jack Davenport, Tom Hollander
Release Year 2007
IMDb 7.1/10
Rotten Tomatoes 44% 
Worldwide box office 960 Million USD


Nobody knew that another adventure was waiting for Jack Sparrow lovers until the release of this movie.


As said earlier, this pirate series cannot be matched by any other pirate movie and it is the best of Johnny Depp.


The story starts with Jack Sparrow being freed by Turner and Swann from the locker of Davy Jones.


But it is just the beginning. The seven seas are waiting for Jack Sparrow to take up the adventure and sail on them.


In addition to all these, there is another Chinese ship in the frame. It was very much unexpected that there could be a situation where Jack and his friends do not get to work together.


Does that really happen is the possible question of the movie. If you are a fantasy lover, then you will surely like this movie.


Also, the series is perfect for a binge-watch.



19. Pirates of the High Seas


Pirates of the high Seas


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Directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet, Thomas Carr
Starring Buster Crabbe, Lois Hall, Tommy Farrell, Gene Roth, Tristram Coffin, Neyle Morrow, Stanley Price, Hugh Prosser, Symona Boniface, William Fawcett
Release Year 1950
IMDb 7/10
Rotten Tomatoes Not Available
Worldwide box office Not Available


Pirates of the high seas was one of the good movies in the 1950s. People watched it and also, there was a good fanbase for the stars of the movie.


The story goes around two friends who were in the Navy earlier. These two are always fit and healthy for a cold adventure.


This time, they are set on a mission to find a Nazi and also a diamond that was lost during the second world war.


They travel to a tropical island which is where the Nazi is located and encounter a lot of adventures.


The island is governed by a corrupt person and he sends troops to find the same treasure that the two friends are in search of.


These troops are troublesome and torture heroes. Will this all end? And, who finds the treasure becomes the question of the movie.


This movie has good ratings and it is a well-filmed action comedy movie. It can be a great watch and fun.



20. Muppet Treasure Island


Muppet Treasure Island


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Directed by Brian Henson 
Starring Tim Curry, Kevin Bishop, Billy Connolly, Dave Goelz, Frank Oz, Steve Whitmire, Jennifer Saunders, Kevin Clash, Jerry Nelson, Bill Barretta
Release Year 1996
IMDb 7/10
Rotten Tomatoes 70%
Worldwide box office 343 Million USD


Ever wondered what muppets would look like if they acted in a movie? Well here is the visualization of your imagination.


This movie is an adaptation of the novel written by Robert Louis Stevenson. It is very much creative and has all the energy that a good entertainer will need.


Muppet Treasure Island is a movie about battles. What would they be battling for? Of course, it is for lives, but other than that, it is a treasure.


The frog Kermit is the main character of our story, he has his friends and colleagues and a good life going on.


But the ups and downs define life, right? The muppet and his friends go on a battle with the wicked pirates to save people and find a hidden treasure.


They discover good things about themselves on this long journey. Not just the movie but also the shoot was so adventurous that the director thought his cast and crew would get motion sickness because of the location and the shots.


This movie is a total family watch and attracts all kinds of audiences.



21. Pippi in the South Seas


Pippi in the South Seas


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Directed by Ollie Hellborn 
Starring Inger Nilsson, Maria Persson, Beppe Wolgers, Par Sundberg, Jarl Borssen, Wolfgang VOlz, Alfred Schieske,Tor Isedal, Nikolaus Schilling, Martin Ljung
Release Year 1970
IMDb 6.9/10
Rotten Tomatoes 76%
Worldwide box office 5 Million USD


What do you do when your parents are not home? Your best friends are the best company and time pass for you, right?


This story starts there. Pippi Longstocking has a beautiful cottage and a good amount of fun planned.


She invites her friends Tommy and Annika whose parents are out on a vacation. While having super fun, they discover a bottle with a message.


The message is from her father, who lets her know that he is captured by the crew members of the evil pirate Blood-Svente.


Currently, he is held as a prisoner in the castle because he knows all the information about the treasure.


After reading this, as a daughter, Pippi gets angry and decides to free her father.


Tommy and Akkina join her on her mission. The element of fun and surprise never leaves the room until the movie ends.


This movie is a perfect family entertainer and is highly suggested for any family movie time.



22. The Buccaneer


The Buccaneer


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Directed by Cecil B. DeMille
Starring Anthony Quinn, Frederick March, Akim Tamiroff, Douglass Dumbrille, Franciska Gaal, Beulah Bondi, Walter Brennan, Margot Grahame, Ian Keith, Fred Kohier
Release Year 1938
IMDb 6.7/10
Rotten Tomatoes 29/100%
Worldwide box office Not Available


This movie was remade in the year 1958. Both movies had a good collection and the audience loved the movies.


This Buccaneer happened after the 1812 war. It was the time when the British were capturing new places and colonizing them.


The story revolves around three main parties, Pirate Jean Lifatte who is the important soul of the bayous that separates the gulf from the ocean, Andrew Jackson who is the General of New Orleans, and the Governor of Louisiana.


The governor wants the bayous portion but Lifatte does not want to give up. So, he decides to take the toll against Jackson in order to save his place.


This movie has the most adventurous and thrilling scenes that have ever been filmed.


It was huge and magnificent for a movie at that time. It is a must-watch for action lovers.



23. Anne of the Indies


Anne of the Indies


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Directed by Jacques Tourneur
Starring Jean Peters, Debra Paget, Louis Jourdan, Herbert Marshall, Thomas Gomez, James Robertson, Sean McClory, Francis Pierlot, Byron Nelson, Holmes Herbert
Release Year 1951 
IMDb 6.6/10
Rotten Tomatoes 58%
Worldwide box office 15.5 Million USD


This movie revolves around the former pirate captain, LaRochelle. It all starts when his ship is seized by the British.


In order to get his ship back from them, he smartly promises them that he would bring into the spotlight the other pirates in the sea.


To attain this, he works in the pirate crews and makes them believe that he is one among them.


His main target is the Blackbeard, the cruel pirate, and the pirate woman Providence. Even though Blackbeard refuses to trust LaRochelle, Providence truly trusts him and also falls in love with him.


The day comes when she gets to know that it is all a trap. Providence takes revenge by stealing LaRochelle’s wife and selling her as a slave.


Meanwhile, LaRochelle gets his ship back and chases her for his wife. You will surely love this movie if you love adventure and good revenge.



24. Swallows and Amazons (2016)


swallows and amazons (2016)


“Swallows and Amazons” (2016) is a British adventure film based on Arthur Ransome’s classic children’s novel.


During their summer vacation in the Lake District, four Walker siblings, the “Swallows,” set sail on their boat to camp on a secluded island. They discover they’re not alone, however, as two Blackett sisters, the “Amazons,” have already claimed the island.


A playful war ensues, with water fights and pirate-themed adventures. However, when a mysterious man arrives in another boat, the Swallows and Amazons decide to work together to decide who this man is and what he wants.


While the film deviates from the book in some aspects, it captures the spirit of childhood imagination and the thrill of adventure.


Although not a box office blockbuster, the film received positive reviews and resonated with audiences seeking a heartwarming and nostalgic family adventure.



25. Against All Flags


Against All Flags


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Directed by George Sherman, Douglas Sirk
Starring Errol Flynn, Maureen O’Hara, Anthony Quinn, Alice Kelly, Mildred Natwick, Robert Warwick, Harry Cording, Phil Tully, John Alderson, Lester Matthews
Release Year 1952
IMDb 6.6/10
Rotten Tomatoes 52%
Worldwide box office Not Available


Against all flags has perfect sword fights and the man behind it was Douglas Sirk.


Facts say that he shot all the sword fights properly and did extra shots for two continuous days.


The story outline is simple, it has revenge, adventure, action, and romance. This movie happens in the 1700s when the Indian trade is threatened by pirates.


Brian Hawk decides to infiltrate the pirates and break them. This mission is where he meets the most beautiful Captain Spitfire Stevenson.


Can there be a person who cannot fall for bold beauty? After having all the butterflies in the stomach, Brian Hawk’s life crumples a lot.


The beautiful lady has a problem and Hawk is involved. The main actor, Errol Flynn used to drink and then act on the sets.


It is found that he used to sneak in drinks even after alcohol was banned in the sets.


This movie is fun and fast-moving. If you love fast-moving movies, then this one is definitely for you.



26. The Pirate Fairy


The Pirate Fairy


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Directed by Peggy Holmes
Starring (Voice) Tom Hiddleston, Mae Whitman, Christina Hendricks, Lucy Hale, Megan Hilty, Raven Symone, Lucy Liu, Pamela Adlon, Carlos Ponce, Anjelica Huston 
Release Year 2014
IMDb 6.1/10
Rotten Tomatoes 81% 
Worldwide box office 64.9 Million USD


The Pirate Fairy is one of the most liked animated pirate movies. Almost every kid knows Tinkerbell and her friends.


If you don’t know who she is, she is the hero of our movie. The story outline is that there is something called Blue Pixie Dust.


It is very much important to Pixie Hollow, a friend of Tinkerbell. In a misunderstanding, Zarina steals the Blue Pixie Dust.


Zarina is a dust-keeper fairy. After stealing, she goes away to the Pirates of Skull Rock.


Tinkerbell is intimated about all this and she decides to find the Blue Pixie Dust and locate Zarina.


Tinkerbell had no idea that this journey would reveal so much and make her feel so beautiful.


This journey would literally give meaning to her life. But, will she find the dust on time?


This movie is a great pick for the kids’ time and it keeps them entertained throughout.



27. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides


Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides


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Directed by Rob Marshall 
Starring Penelope Cruz, Johnny Depp, Ian McShane, Sam Claflin, Astrid BergesFrisbey, Geoffrey Rush, Kevin McNally, Stephen Graham, Keith Richards, Richard Griffiths 
Release Year 2011
IMDb 6.5/10
Rotten Tomatoes 33%
Worldwide box office 104.6 Million USD


Captain Jack Sparrow is back with another fun adventure. This story starts when Jack crosses paths with a mysterious woman.


When thinking who she could probably be, Jack gets to know that she is somebody from the past.


Having unstable opinions about who the woman could be, Jack thinks she could be a lover.


Or she could also be a person in disguise to put Jack into trouble. Not knowing what the future has for Jack, Jack is forced into the revenge plan of Queen Anne.


This is where the twists happen and Blackbeard comes into the story. Jack never expected to go on this rollercoaster of life which is more adventurous than the real one.


After having worked together on the series of this movie, the team was more like a family to everyone.


They say that a lot of fun happens while shooting and on the sets, like, there was a nine-year-old who wanted Jack Sparrow to help him raise mutiny against her school teachers for they gave her homework.


She wrote to Jack about this and Jack surprised her at the school. This set of movies is a must-watch for any set of audience and is a definite stress buster.



28. The Master of Ballantrae


The Master of Ballantrae


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Directed by William Keighley 
Starring Errol Flynn, Anthony Steel, Roger Livesey, Beatrice Campbell, Yvonne Furneaux, Felix Aylmer, Mervyn Johns, Charles Goldner, Ralph Truman, Francis de Wolff
Release Year 1953
IMDb 6.5/10 
Rotten Tomatoes 44%
Worldwide box office 2 Million USD


Have you ever had fights with your siblings and stopped talking to them? How long does the fight go?


Home surely looks different during the fight, doesn’t it? This is also a story of a rivalry in the family.


This is the story of two brothers, Jaime and Henry. They are the sons of the king.


One day, the king receives an invitation to Jacob rising. With all the knowledge, the king is suggested that one of the brothers go to the rising and the other stays back so that the situation can be under control, no matter what happens.


But both the brothers wish to attend the rising, but it is Jaime who goes after making the decision, tossing the coins.


Jaime has a girlfriend, Lady Alison and she suggests he should not go. Jaime doesn’t listen.


He goes on an adventure ride and when he returns, things are not the same.


His brother shoots him and he falls into the sea. Henry assumes that he is dead and starts taking action accordingly.


Will the brothers get back together is the rest of the movie. It is a perfect romantic adventure movie for people who love to watch movies sitting at the edge.



29. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017)


Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017)


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Directed by Joachim Ronning, Espen Sandberg 
Starring Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom, Geoffrey Rush, Kaya Scodelario, Javier Bardem, Brenton Thwaites, Keira Knightley, Kevin MacNally, Goldshifteh Farahani, Espen Sandberg
Release Year 2017
IMDb 6.5/10 
Rotten Tomatoes 29% 
Worldwide box office 79.4 Million USD


Even a child will know who Jack Sparrow is. That much of a hit is given by the Pirates of the Caribbean movie series.


The story starts with a revelation that Jack Sparrow, his crew, and the other pirates in the sea are in trouble.


The crew, ghost pirates, led by Captain Salazar are out of the devil triangle. This triangle has locked these dangerous people for years, but now they have escaped.


Captain Salazar’s intentions are to kill every pirate on the Caribbean Sea and take over it.


Our hero comes to know all of these and tries to find something more powerful to help him save his people.


He searches for the Poisedon Trident. Will he be able to find it and save his people?


This movie was promised to be the last one in the sequel but can the adventures of the Pirates of the Caribbean end so soon?


This movie is a perfect entertainer and a great re-watch.



30. Fortunes of Captain Blood


Fortunes of Captain Blood


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Directed by Gordon Douglas
Starring Louis Hayward, Patricia Medina, George Macready, Alfonso Bedoya, Dona Drake, Lowell Gilmore, Wilton Graff, Curt Bois, Lumsden Hare, Billy Bevan
Release Year 1950
IMDb 5.8/10
Rotten Tomatoes Not Available
Worldwide box office Not Available


To what extent would you go for your pals? Will you think twice about risking your own life for the people you love?


Unknowingly, Captain Peter Blood becomes the reason behind the Spanish authorities arresting his men. They are arrested and used as slaves.


Captain Blood becomes guilty of his actions and decides to rescue his people. He finds that they are used as slaves who collect pearls from the sea.


He uses the situation and frees them. There is also another person who helps our Captain, Isabelita, the daughter of the Spanish Marquis.


With all these efforts, will Captain Blood release his men? This movie is a great pick for movie time, especially if you love sea battles.



31. Captain Kidd


Captain Kidd


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Directed by Rowland V. Lee
Starring Charles Laughton, Randolph Scott, Barbara Britton, John Carradine, Gilbert Roland, Henry Daniell, Reginald Owen, Sheldon Leonard, John Qualen, Ray Teal
Release Year 1945
IMDb 6.3/10
Rotten Tomatoes 100%
Worldwide box office Not Available 


This story is almost 76 years old and looks very much perfect for entertainment. Captain Kidd is all about Captain Kidd.


Also, there is some other extra information that I have for you about the movie.


It all starts with the introduction of Captain Kidd. He is intelligent, tricky, and does anything that he wants to.


He is more than perfect for a pirate. This time, the king falls for his words and agrees to pay him.


Pay him for what? Pay him if he pirates that ship which has a lot of gold, diamonds, treasure, and other valuables, sailing from India.


Captain Kidd is on this mission, but what does he have in mind? Will he take the treasure to the king as promised?


His intentions are not really to help the king. What is going to happen next is the rest of the movie.


The fun fact about this movie is that Captain Kidd is not a fictional character.


This story is slightly based on the life of William Kidd, the Pirate.



32. Captain Pirate


Captain Pirate


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Directed by Ralph Murphy 
Starring Ted de Corsia, Louis Hayward, Patricia Medina, Malu Gatica, John Sutton, George Givot, Rex Evans, Charles Irwin, Lester Matthews, Sandro Giglio
Release Year 1952
IMDb 6.1/10
Rotten Tomatoes 20/100%


Will you accept the false blame just because you have been someone else in your past?


You wouldn’t, right? That is what our Captain Blood also says. And he is more than ready to fight for justice.


Ages ago, Captain used to pirate valuables and ships, but now, he is a responsible peaceful common man.


In addition to all of that, he is planning to get married to the beautiful lady, Isabella, anytime soon.


While everything seems to be peaceful, one day the authorities arrest him for pirating. This makes it unbelievable and worse for Captain Blood.


He then understands that somebody else looted and made it look like it was Captain Blood.


Blood is in trouble. What is he going to do to get out of trouble?


This movie has a previous version which is Fortunes of Captain Blood, released in 1950.


This romantic adventure movie is a must-watch on the list of pirate movies.



33. Buccaneer’s Girl


Buccaneer’s Girl


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Directed by Fred de Cordova 
Starring Yvonne De Carlo, Philip Friend, Elsa Lanchester, Robert Douglas, Andrea King, Norman Lloyd, Jay C. Flippen, Douglass Dumbrille, Peggie Castle, Henry Daniell
Release Year 1950
IMDb 6.1/10
Rotten Tomatoes 37%
Worldwide box office Not Available


Being one of the best movies of the 1950s, Buccaneer’s Girl has the heart of every audience.


This movie is all about a love triangle. Is it true love? Well, let’s jump into the story.


Baptise is a pirate and he steals the rich. One of the girls from his steals seems to like him and falls for him.


He also likes her and loves her back. She later becomes the New Orleans Entertainer.


But things need not go that smoothly. Twists happen and Baptise is engaged to the rich governor’s daughter.


This news shakes his lover and she refuses to believe it. She has no other choice, she has to accept the fact and everything that has just happened.


Does she take revenge? Or what would be her next move? Watch the movie and grow your nails for the nail-biting moments that happen inside the movie.



34. The Devil-Ship Pirates


The Devil-Ship Pirates


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Directed by Don Sharp
Starring Christopher Lee, Andrew Kier, John Cairney, Duncan Lamont, Barry Warren, Michael Ripper, Natasha Pyne, Suzan Farmer, Philip Latham, Ernest Clark
Release Year 1964
IMDb 6.1/10
Rotten Tomatoes Not Available
Worldwide box office Not Available


Is freedom something that people give us? Or is it something that we have in ourselves?


This movie is a story of freedom and independence. A Spanish pirate ship is damaged and has no way to sail.


The only option the ship has is to halt somewhere on a nearby shore and repair.


This nearby shore happens to be an isolated small English village. Having all the ways to save the ship and leave, the pirates decide to do something else.


The pirates become a part of the village and convince them that they are the rulers and that the power of the English has subsided everywhere outside.


Trusting whatever they say, these villagers decide to listen to them. But soon comes a time when they find out the truth and start a revolution.


A fun fact about this movie is that there have been small accidents while shooting.


Also, being shot in the sea, the artists have encountered accidents aboard but luckily, nothing happened to anybody.


This movie is one of the best thrillers that was released in the 1960s.



35. Pirates (1986)


Pirates (1986)


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Directed by Roman Polanski 
Starring Walter Matthau, Chris Campion, Olu Jacobs, Damien Thomas, Ferdy Mayne, Emilio Fernandez, David Kelly, Richard Dieux, Luc Jamati, Anthony Dawson
Release Year 1986
IMDb 6/10
Rotten Tomatoes 30%
Worldwide box office 6.3 Million USD


This movie was one of the bomb movies that were shot in the late 1980s.


The Pirates movie budget was almost thirty million USD but it is said that the ticket sales were very much less.


The plot of this movie revolves around Captain Red, a pirate. He is being assisted and accompanied by a handsome man called Frog.


The frog is French. In the good cultivating life of Captain Red, comes a big twist.


Captain Red itself is being kidnapped by a Spanish Galleon. Captain Red initially panics that he is kidnapped but later manages to manage the situation smoothly and get everything under his control.


Everything happens in the blink of an eye. Even the number of twists in this movie happens that way.


But there is a serious question about all this. Will Captain Red be able to sustain the situation for long?


It is a perfect pick for a perfect movie time.



36. Yankee Buccaneer


Yankee Buccaneer


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Directed by Fred de Cordova
Starring Alex Sharp, Michael Ansara, David Janssen, Jay Silverheels, Jeff Chandler, Hugh O’ Brian, Scott Brady, Rodolfo Acosta, Suzan Ball, Joseph Calleia
Release Year 1952 
IMDb 6/10
Rotten Tomatoes Not Available 
Worldwide box office Not Available


Have you ever been on a ship? Isn’t travelling so tiring and gives people sickness?


Have you ever thought how tough it would be for the Navy officers? A British Navy Crew plans for a pullover after sailing for almost twelve months.


But Lieutenant David Farragut arrives and changes the plan. Lt. Farragut is the sweetest ex-student of the porter.


He is intelligent and a great person. He arrives not alone, he comes with a plan, a mission.


He tells the people on the ship that they could go after the criminals who are behind America’s merchant fleet.


With a good roadmap of how to find and locate them, he reveals the plan of disguising them as pirates and their crew.


Will the mission work? Will everybody cooperate? The rest is everything about that. This movie has adventure, drama, action, and romance.


Having given everything equal importance, this movie is worth a watch.



37. The Pirates of Blood River


The Pirates of Blood River


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Directed by John Gilling
Starring Christopher Lee, Kerwin Mathews, Andrew Keir, Glenn Corbet, Oliver Reed, Michael Ripper, Peter Arne, Maria Landi, Dennis Waterman, Jack Stewart 
Release Year 1962 
IMDb 6/10
Rotten Tomatoes 17%
Worldwide box office Not Available


This is another story that happens in one of the villages of the Caribbean.


The hero of our movie belongs to that same village in the Caribbean. He is none other than Jonathan Standing.


He has a love affair with a married woman and gets caught. The aftermath of his father finding out about his illegal affair is the shifting of our hero from the village to a penal colony nearby.


There, he is tortured and freed by a handful of pirates. But in return, those cruel people want something from our hero.


What could it probably be? He is asked to take them to his village. They all believe that there is a lot of treasure, valuables, and gold in the village.


Things slowly start getting out of hand and Jonathan becomes responsible and accountable for whatever was going on.


How our hero gets into action is the rest of the movie. Nobody would want to miss out on this kind of dramatic adventure.



38. Swashbuckler




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Directed by James Goldstone
Starring Robert Shaw, James Earl Jones, Beau Bridges, Genvieve Bujold, Peter Boyle, Anjelica Huston, Geoffrey Holder, Avrey Schreiber, Tom Clancy, Dorothy Tristan
Release Year 1976
IMDb 6/10
Rotten Tomatoes 44%
Worldwide box office Not Available


Wherever there is something bad happens, people long for a hero to appear and save them.


In a lot of movies, the hero comes from some other place for rescue or they can be born in a place of injustice simply.


This story happens in the early 18th century in Jamaica. The city is ruled by a wicked Governor, Lord Durant.


He is very cruel and troubles the common people. He is not elected for the role of High Justice, but he takes the role after betraying the original Justice and imprisons him.


As revenge, the daughter of the justice offers money to Captain Red (Ned Lynch) to teach a lesson to Durant.


When Lynch is up for the deal with the crew, things go wrong and people including the daughter of the judge and three other members of Lynch’s crew are prisoned and sentenced to death.


Will they be saved? How is Lynch going to handle this? This movie is a perfect entertainer and it has a lot of twists, turns, and nail-biting moments.


Also, it is always on the list of must-watch pirate movies.



39. Blackbeard, the Pirate


Blackbeard, the Pirate


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Directed by Raoul Walsh
Starring Robert Newton, Linda Darnell, William Bendix, Keith Andes, Alan Mowbray, Anthony Caruso, Jack Lambert, Pat Flaherty, Saul Gorss, Patrick Allen
Release Year 1952
IMDb 6/10
Rotten Tomatoes 42/100%
Worldwide box office 1.25 Million Dollars


Do people have only one face? Well, people can be two things at a time, can’t they?


A doctor can be a serial killer, a police officer can be a thief, and in the same way, one high official can be a pirate in secret.


This movie revolves around Edward Maynard who is undercover and waiting to find out all the truth about the pirate, Blackbeard.


Blackbeard disguises himself as a higher official of Jamaica. Blackbeard is very much trouble to everybody and he is notorious.


With the help of a henchman, Edward Maynard enters the personal space of Blackbeard acting as a surgeon.


He expects a reward for bringing Blackbeard to light. Meanwhile, there is also another person whom he has to take care of, Edwina.


Did you know that there were two other people who were selected for the role of Black Beard?


They are none other than Boris Karloff and Charles Laughton. This movie is a good pick for that Friday movie night plan as it has perfect drama, comedy, and disguise.



40. Yellowbeard




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Directed by Mel Damski
Starring Graham Chapman, Cheech Marin, Peter Cook, Peter Boyle, Marty Feldman, Eric Idle, John Cleese, Tommy Chong, James Mason, Madeline Kahn
Release Year 1983
IMDb 6/10
Rotten Tomatoes 22%
Worldwide box office 4.3 Million USD 


This movie is another movie where people go after treasure. A fun fact here, treasures were real but it is not all the time that people found gold and valuables when they were in search of treasure.


Yellowbeard is a great pirate. But he has been imprisoned for years now, there comes a day when he is finally released with the condition that he has to find the treasure for the people who captivated him.


After so many years, Yellowbeard didn’t know what could have possibly changed. Of course while in the prison, he had no clue about his family and their lifestyle.


But he slowly finds out that he is a father of a twenty-year-old son and he is excited.


With the company of his crew, his son, and the British Navy, they all have the same goal.


Going back to the start, they are in search of treasure. Will they find it??


This movie is the last movie acted by Marty Feldman, later after this movie, he died of a heart attack.


This movie is worth a good show at home with popcorn.



41. Peter Pan 2: Return to Neverland


Peter Pan 2: Return to Neverland


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Directed by Robin Budd
Starring (Voice) Blayne Weaver, Corey Burton, Jeff Bennet, Kath Souice, Harriet Owen, Spencer Breslin, Bradley Pierce, Quinn Beswick, Roger Rees, Aaron Spann
Release Year 2002
IMDb 5.8/10
Rotten Tomatoes 46%
Worldwide box office 115.1 Million USD


Peter Pan has one never-ending love. He also has a good fan base that people love to know what happens in the life of Wendy, Pan, and others.


Are you ready to experience the magic? Here is how the story starts, Wendy is married now and has two children.


This story happens in London, after the second world war. When everyone including Wendy’s kids, are in terror, she uses all the adventurous days in Neverland and tells the kids everything that happened to keep them calm.


If you were a kid and your mom narrates stories of magic to you, would you believe that?


It would be unbelievable right? So it was, to Jane, Wendy’s daughter. Even though she felt like believing it, she couldn’t.


That is when Captain Hook gives a comeback. Hook mistakes Jane for Wendy and kidnaps her.


Now, who saves her?? Of course, it is the hero of Neverland, Peter Pan. He comes in and makes all the unbelievable believable.


This movie is highly recommended for kids and adults.



42. The King’s Pirate


The King’s Pirate


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Directed by Don Weis
Starring Kurt Kaznar, Doug McClure, Jill St. John, Guy Stockwell, Torin Thatcher, Richard Deacon, Mary Ann Mobley, Diana Chesney, Ivor Barry, Woodrow Parfrey
Release Year 1967
IMDb 5.7/10
Rotten Tomatoes Not Available 
Worldwide box office Not Available 


Until now, we have seen stories revolving around pirate groups. Now, it is a battle between the people living on the shore and the pirates who often sail in the sea.


Our hero is a British Naval Officer. Lieutenant Brian Fleming is the hero of our story.


He is now getting ready for the toughest mission that nobody would like to be on even when they are chosen for it.


But our hero voluntarily wishes to solve it all. The plan is to fight the pirates who are threatening to take over Madagascar.


Also, this mission brings our hero and heroine together. Having somebody else also to save and take the responsibility off, will our hero be able to do all this?


This movie is a grand remake of the comics Against all flags. The direction was great and people praised the movie for its cinematography.


It has its own essence of action and drama.



43. Raiders of the Seven Seas


Raiders of the Seven Seas


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Directed by Sidney Salkow 
Starring John Payne, Donna Reed, Laon Chaney Jr., Gerald Mohr, Anthony Caruso, Henry Brandon, Frank de Kova, Skip Torgerson, Claire Du Brey, Christopher Dark
Release Year 1953
IMDb 5.7/10
Rotten Tomatoes 18% 
Worldwide box office Not Available


This movie falls under the genre of romantic adventure and true to its genre, there is nothing less.


The main character of this movie is Barbarossa. He is a pirate and the story starts with Barbarossa releasing a group of jailbirds.


To be loyal and acknowledge his great help, those prisoners become his crew. There comes the part of the dashing and cute countess, Alida.


He knew Alida from the Spanish raid and he couldn’t think beyond her. Eventually, he fell for her.


Does Alida know this? Will they both be together? There are a lot of unexpected twists and turns in this movie and that will keep people hooked to the movie.


This awesome pirate movie has enough fights, amusing costumes, and good thrills on the whole.


This movie is one of the must-watch in the list of pirate movies.



44. Morgan, the Pirate


Morgan, the Pirate


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Directed by Andre De Toth, Primo Zeglio 
Starring Steve Reeves, Valerie Lagrange, Ivo Garrani, Lidia Alfonsi, Giulio Bosetti, Angelo Zanollo, George Ardisson, Dino Malacrida, Anita Todesco, Armand Mestral
Release Year 1960
IMDb 5.7/10
Rotten Tomatoes Not Available
Worldwide box office Not Available


This movie has a simple storyline, yet it was liked by the audience. It is a movie that featured the Stockholm syndrome of that period.


Morgan is a slave who is being sold to the daughter of authority in the Panama market.


He is being bought by the daughter of the Spanish Governor. Even though he initially hates that act, slowly he falls in love with the governor’s daughter.


But now, there are other things to concentrate on. The Spanish empire is under attack.


They are there, the enemies from the Caribbean. There is no choice for our hero other than to take over.


How he saves the empire from the English is what the movie is all about.


Originally this movie was shot in Italian, but later it was released with dubbed versions in the USA.


If you are an action movie person, this movie is really for you.



45. The Ice Pirates


The Ice Pirates


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Directed by Stewart Raffill
Starring Robert Urich, Mary Crosby, Micheal D. Roberts, Anjelica Huston, John Matuszak, Ron Perlman, John Carradine, Natalie Core, Jeremy West, Bruce Vilanch
Release Year 1984
IMDb 5.7/10
Rotten Tomatoes 9%
Worldwide box office 14.3 Million USD


We have definitely witnessed pirates in the sea in the past, but are there pirates who live in space in the future?


Keep guessing about this story about space pirates. This story revolves around a princess. This princess has lost her father, and he is not an ordinary man.


Her father might be in danger as he found something about the future happenings. Water is already scarce and these happenings had the power of turning everything upside down.


To find her father, our princess seeks the help of two space pirates. Then the story takes off with all the fun, adventure, sword fights, monsters, rescuing, and more.


This film was actually planned as sci-fi. Guess what budget the tech team had for the movie then?


It was nearly 20 million USD. But when the producers couldn’t agree, they had to cut down the budget to 12 million USD less.


This movie is super charming and a perfect family entertainer.



46. Cutthroat Island


Cutthroat Island


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Directed by Renny Harlin
Starring Geena Davis, Matthew Modine, Frank Langella, Maury Chaykin, Patrick Malahide, Stan Shaw, Rex Linn, Paul Dillon, Christopher Masterson, Jimme F. Skaggs
Release Year 1995
IMDb 5.7/10
Rotten Tomatoes 38%
Worldwide box office 10 Million USD


This one is also a treasure story, it has Geena Davis playing the role of the dashing and bold Feisty Morgan Adams.


Morgan is looking for treasure. But, the difference is she has no need to start from scratch.


Are you wondering why? The map for the treasure exists. This map is tattooed into three parts.


One is tattooed on her father’s scalp and the other two on his brothers’. But if that has to be that simple, there is no thrill and excitement which would be so much less for a movie.


Right? So, when she approaches her uncle for this, she finds out that he is not supportive and never going to help.


When she questions why she realizes that her uncle wants all the treasure for himself.


How is she going to convince her uncle and find the treasure is the rest of the story.


There is a fun fact about this movie, a role was allocated for Oliver Reed but it got cancelled after Oliver got into a bar fight.


This movie is a good pick if you love fights and family rivalries.



47. Pan




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Directed by Joe Wright
Starring Levi Miller, Hugh Jackman, Garrett Hedlund, Rooney Mara, Adeel Akhtar, Nonso Anozie, Amanda Seyfried, Kathy Burke, Lewis MacDougall, Cara Delevingne
Release Year 2015
IMDb 5.7/10
Rotten Tomatoes 27%
Worldwide box office 128.4 Million USD


Waking up to a world that is totally opposite to our routine world might be one of the greatest dreams for anybody.


But anywhere we go, there cannot always be peace. This is the story of Neverland and the hero of Neverland, Pan.


Pan is a 12-year-old orphan. While he is leading a boring life in an orphanage in London, one day he wakes up to be in a totally different place called Neverland.


This becomes a different experience for him. This place gives meaning to our hero’s life, to put it more clearly, he discovers the purpose of his existence.


Neverland is in danger and Pan is going to save it. In addition to this adventure, Pan finds good company, his friends, who help him to save Neverland.


This story has all the ups and downs. It is that kind that makes people laugh and cry together.



48. Porco Rosso (1992)


Porco Rosso (1992)


Porco Rosso is an animation-adventure which has been helmed for the screen by Hayao Miyazaki. Toplined by actors such as Shûichirô Moriyama, Tokiko Katô, and Bunshi Katsura Vi (main characters), the film was released in 1992 with a runtime of 1 hour and 34 min.


In 1929, Porco Rosso, an Italian World War I fighter ace and freelance bounty hunter, was cursed with having a pig’s head but managed to fend off an attack on an ocean liner by airborne pirates.


Donald Curtis is his rival in the air and in catching the fleeting affections of women, constantly creating challenges for Porco, resulting in a hilarious yet action-packed finale.



49. Blackie the Pirate


Blackie the Pirate


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Directed by Lorenzo Gicca Palli 
Starring Terence Hill, Silvia Monti, George Martin, Diana Lorys, Monica Randall, Sal Borgese, Pasquale Basile, Fernando Bilbao, Bud Spencer, Aldo Cecconi
Release Year 1971
IMDb 5.4/10
Rotten Tomatoes 19%
Worldwide box office Not Available


Blackie the Pirate is a movie that involves all gold and ships. It is a war, a competition between pirates.


There are four of them and Blackie is the hero. The story starts with Blackie knowing that there is a shipment where he could also find Spanish gold.


Who will want to miss an opportunity like that? So does Blackie, he doesn’t want to lose it all.


But it is not that smooth, he has a rivalry, with the viceroy of the Spanish colony.


While Blackie is trying so hard and finding out a good way to get the gold and the ship, there are three more pirates who fall in our hero’s way, Montbarc, DeLussac, and Skull.


In his journey, Blackie has support from Don Pedro. Worst of all is Skull and his deals, he tries to get into a deal with Blackie which Blackie refuses.


Then he convinces the other two pirates and makes a deal with them against Blackie.


Will Blackie be able to solve all this and take over the ship and the gold?


This movie is a perfect watch for people who love nail-biting moments.



50.  Castle In The Sky (1986)


Castle In The Sky (1986)


Featuring Mayumi Tanaka, Keiko Yokozawa, and Kotoe Hatsui in the lead, Castle in the Sky is an animation-adventure movie that was released in 1986. It comprises a talented team of crew members Hayao Miyazaki (director), Hayao Miyazaki, and Jonathan Swift (screenplay), Hirokata Takahashi (cinematography), and others.


The motion picture received a score of 8 on IMDb, while it received 78 out of 100 on Metacritic. A young boy finds a teenage girl floating from the sky and catches her.


She tells him that she’s being chased by the government and pirates, all of whom are after a magic crystal that she owns and that which is connected to the floating city of Laputa.


The two set out to find the city while attempting to escape the clutches of the pirates and the government, trying to ensure they reach their first and can unlock the connection the girl has to the city.



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