Marco Polo (2007)
Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.
China Film Group Corp. and Paramount Pictures partner-up for this sci-fi action adventure featuring a cast of American and Chinese stars, and inspired by the exploits of the famed 13th Century explorer.
Watch it now
News & Interviews for Marco Polo
No Friends? Inconceivable! Log in to see what your friends have to say.Login
Critic Reviews for Marco Polo
There are no critic reviews yet for Marco Polo. Keep checking Rotten Tomatoes for updates!
Audience Reviews for Marco Polo
A story told in flashbacks - not my favorite style of storytelling - begins very slowly and boringly. It picks up the pace when Polo gets to China. The acting is adequate; even though Brian Dennehy is one of my favorite actors, he was unconvincing as the Chinese Khan. B.D. Wong's character brought some needed comedic relief. It seemed historically accurate, though I'm taking my wife's word on that as I really knew nothing about the man before this. The sets were fairly intricate and beautiful. Too long, but worth seeing.
ian Somerhalder stars as Marco Polo.
Adventure of marco Polo. (I'm bad at History so wouldn't ahve a clue as to if its somewhat based on the history books or not) & well put any of my fave actors in a movie w/ a subject that usually bores me... I'll pay attention. (too bad they couldn't do things like this in school!)
To me the story was interesting. I LOVED the costume of the Kahn empire the travels were interesting as well. Plus the adventure lasts over 2 hours. A 20 year old marco ends up having to stay in the empire for his life. Was not a boring one, for the Emporor found uses of Marco to travel here or there for him.B for Ian?s beard in the movie ?.F. You could tel l it was so fake I saw glue!!
Discuss Marco Polo on our Movie forum!