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Once you look past the carnage, special effects and colossal locales, all you're left with is the supper show at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament.
At least in a video game, you have some control over the plot.
This cheerfully silly action fantasy is unpretentious fun best suited to younger viewers.
The first Hobbit picture's digital armies have a higher pixel rate, but Vikingdom packs in twice as much fun and thrice as much incident in much less running time.
Frequent battle violence abounds in trite medieval fantasy.
Vikingdom is not a great movie, or even a very good one, but it is an original - and sort of adorable - one.
Intentionally or otherwise, Yusry Abd Halim allows the film, in all its candy-colored visuals and slow-mo-laden action scenes, to revel in its inherent campiness.
A hard-hitting and visually spectacular fantasy action-packed adventure. Its loaded with heart-pounding battles and impressive special effects, not bad for a movie that cost less than twenty million to make. Director, Yusry Abd Halm crafts a uproariously fun and dazzling action epic that will appeal to the movie fan and geek in all of us. It's stylish, compelling and filled with imagination. You don't need The Hobbit or 300 to get your fantasy adventure fix. I loved it. It has enough bloody epic action, Vikings, mystery, thrills and fun to go around. Dominic Purcell is terrific, he gives a soft spoken and compelling performance. It think this movie will totally find its place as a cult classic amongst fans.
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