Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas

2003, Kids & family/Adventure, 1h 26m

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Competent, but not magical. Read critic reviews

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The adventurous sailor (Brad Pitt) and a beautiful stowaway (Catherine Zeta-Jones) have 10 days to save a prince from execution.

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  • Mar 16, 2022
    It's not bad, and it can take pride in its catchy music, gorgeous animation, menacing villain, and a few heartfelt moments. But overall, this movie suffers a lot due to super awkward comedy, unfunny jokes, and (if I may say) lazily written characters, the worst of all being Brad Pitt as Sinbad. Not the best from Dreamworks.
    Serge E Super Reviewer
  • Jun 22, 2013
    The film is beautiful to watch, but it really has a non existent storyline, or should I say dull. The issue isn't the characters, it's the storyline and the villain, they just don't click together. You know the film is in trouble when the only true comic relief is the dog. This could have been one of the better animated stories, Sinbad has a history that is longer than my arms length. The filmmakers attempt too much and it all fails to ignite the storyline, a common issue with the Dreamworks animation films. Good for a night in, but not a classic. 31/12/2018.
    Brendan N Super Reviewer
  • Sep 10, 2011
    Plot: The story follows Sinbad, one of the greatest thieves the world has ever known. His latest temptation is the Book of Peace, which is being guarded by his close friend, Proteus (Joseph Fiennes). The Goddess of Chaos, Eris, gets bored with the normal peaceful world, so she decides to shake things up in a big way. Eris, disguised as Sinbad, steals the Book of Peace. Proteus sticks up for his friend but the high officials have sentenced him to death and now Sinbad must sail across the seas in 10 days to get the Book of Peace back from Eris or his friend Proteus will be executed in his place. Proteus' beautiful fiancée, Marina, decides to tag along to make sure the job gets done. Now the crew is on the ride of their life as they battle the elements, along with a few monsters, to retrieve the Book of Peace (a magical book that keeps the Twelve Cities safe from harm) and save the life of Proteus before it is too late. A great adventure filled with fast paced action sequences, witty dialogue, handsome leading man, beautiful but intelligent damsel, funny dog and quirky sidekicks. In my opinion it works really well and took me along for a pleasant ride. My favourite scene would be the one with the Sirens ("Who's bad?... Sinbad...") Brad Pitt is believable as the fun-loving Sinbad. Catherine Zeta-Jones is also good as the vulnerable, but tough Marina and the villain Goddess of Chaos (played by Michelle Pfeiffer) is perfectly sexy and seductive as Eris. She is so evil you just got to love her.
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  • Jun 18, 2011
    A bland portrayal of a cartoon Jack Sparrow with a promising voice cast gone to waste
    Jackson W Super Reviewer

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