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It has a likable cast and loads of CGI spectacle, but for all but the least demanding viewers, The Sorcerer's Apprentice will be less than spellbinding.
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The plot verges on incoherence, but The Sorcerer's Apprentice is entertaining enough if you can forgive the presence of Cage, whose brand of glum camp hasn't grown any fresher with the years.
Cage and Baruchel fail to generate a connection and, apart from Molina's Oscar Wilde impersonation, there isn't much to laugh at -- or thrill to, for that matter, since the action has been choreographed with the nerveless competence of an arcade game.
It's an enjoyable action-fantasy adventure with a sparky script; there's even a playful pastiche of the broomsticks-coming-alive scene from the original legend, using the famous Paul Dukas music.
Casts a superficial and short-lived spell.
He canâ(TM)t hold a candle to Mickey.
There is much that's appealing, from the performances to the scene where Turteltaub re-creates a live-action version of the classic scene from Disney's Fantasia.
A formulaic, coincidental, not-at-all-hilarious schlock-fest that can't even be saved by some obviously spendy special effects. I'd say skip this one, unless you're curious about whether or not Cage's incredible hair weave will win some kind of award.
It's a whole load of silly but there's enough fun to make this a decent slice of forgettable escapism.
The Sorcerer's Apprentice wasn't bad so much as it was terribly dumb.
In a post-Potter world where fantasy flicks are ten a-penny, there is simply nothing here to make [The Sorcerer's] Apprentice stand out from the crowd.
It's strange to have a film have so much magic within and yet ultimately not have enough of the right kind of magic to make it work.
drawing a line of lack-of-inspiration true and dire directly to Renny Harlin's already-completely-forgotten The Covenant.
I m having hard time to rate this Movie, everytime I see it somewhere and reminds me of some great Scene. It is almost funny to say so.
03/01/2012 (Netflix, PS3)
The film heavily relies on its special effects and its premise is genuinely uninspired to the point where the supposedly magical plot itself seems ridiculous and doesnt enchant.
Nic Cage looked like he was having lot of fun through some of the movie other parts just looked bleh. it was okay. Good kids fun. All 4 kids with us liked this movie.
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