Hector Barbossa is a great role model in this film! After losing his left leg in battle (which is not shown) he had the courage to keep swinging his sword. Although this film has some very vaulable lessons about courage, it does have some violence and scariness (like all of the previous films.) Spoiler alert: At the end of the film Blackbeard is stabbed by Hector's poisoned sword. Angelica, Blackbeard's daughter, tries to pull the sword out of her father, but cuts her own hand as she pulls the sword out. Jack Sparrow grabs 2 cups and fills both with water from the Fountain of Youth, and puts a tear from a mermaid in one cup. He tells Blackbeard which cup has the magic tear that could either save him or Angelica, but not both of them. Before Blackbeard chooses which cup to drink from, Jack secretly switches the cups. Blackbeard grabs the wrong cup! Angelica is saved! Before I go on, I would like to say that what I am about to tell you might be scary for younger children: As Blackbeard stands up, ghostly winds turn into a tornado around him. Blackbeard's skin falls off! Blood spurts everywhere! His skelton breaks apart, and his bones fall to the floor. This and many other death scenes are bloody and gory. Although some of the violence is a bit gross, this movie is funny too, and Johnny Depp did a great job playing Captain Jack Sparrow.