Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that the heroine here behaves every bit the way a roguish male action-hero would (think of James Bond especially). That means she's not only strong and assertive, resourceful and unyielding in hand-to-hand combat against villains, but also sexually active, non-monogamous, and able to drink any man under the table. She also gets bloodied quite a bit in fights (but recovers pretty quickly). At one point she disguises herself as a cleavage-baring prostitute.
Heroine gets dressed after sex in opening scene. She spends parts of the film dressed in tight-fitting and/or wet bodices, at one point masquerading as a prostitute. Much spoken sexual innuendo, crotch- and breast-groping, and references to body parts.
Lots of sword fights/stabbings, fiery explosions, gun, and cannon fire. The heroine gets shot in the hip, and bullet is extracted without anesthesia.
Mostly "hells," and "whore" used to indicate a prostitute.
While it's great to see a strong, assertive female in the sort of testosterone-fueled action-hero role, the idea gets lost amidst the pillaging, plundering, and thieving. The bad guys (in addition to a pirate who's a worse outlaw and thief) are generally law-enforcers. One of them enthusiastically joins the pirates. Despite the Jamaican scenery, white people make up most of the cast.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Much drinking, especially by the heroine, and even by her monkey, and she snaps out of it with no ill effect.