Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas (2003)
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Critic Reviews for Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas
Bland music, marquee-friendly casting and crassly contemporary dialogue give this film the mechanical feel of a marketing exercise, not a movie.
Ray Harryhausen's original stop-motion Sinbad classics are a hard act to follow, but Tim Johnson and Patrick Gilmore's update, couched in a gorgeous palette of indigo and dark rose, is a big, beautiful thrill all its own.
Business-as-usual movie that isn't trying to make anything more than a medium-size splash.
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It's less the story of Sinbad than a compilation of greatest hits from Mythland.
Audience Reviews for Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas
Haha RT, really? 46%? I love it when critics just get things wrong. Sinbad is one of the few animated movies out there to approach the genre with a morally open story/protagonist and a sophisticated, convincing romance. The film's obviously targeted at young adults, teens unwilling to put up with the patronization of Disney films but still yearn for a beautifully animated and competent fantasy journey. The biggest folly is the completely one dimensional storytelling, I wish Proteus's point of view played a larger role in the grand scheme of things as Sinbad's journey just seems redundant after the first couple of action sequences. Also, just watch Eris move, she's meant to be animated.
One of my favourite animations, much funner than the last two POTC movies.
i enjoyed this movie very much. it took alot of flack, but i didnt see why. it was entertaining and creative, the characters were about as engaging as one would expect from an animated film. fun to watch.
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