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Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas (2003)

Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas

Overview


Genre

Animation

Release Date

July 02, 2003

MPAA Rating

PG

Duration

86 min.

Production Budget

$60 millions

Studio

DreamWorks

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Nothing's perfect, but it's worth seeing.    Readers  Be the 1st!

Cast and Crew


Director

Patrick Gilmore, Tim Johnson

Producer

Jeffrey Katzenberg, Mireille Soria

Screenwriter

John Logan

Starring

Story


Academy Award nominee Brad Pitt ("Twelve Monkey"), Academy Award winner Catherine Zeta-Jones ("Chicago"), three-time Oscar nominee Michelle Pfeiffer ("Dangerous Liaisons", "The Fabulous Baker Boys", "Love Field"), Joseph Fiennes ("Shakespeare in Love") and Dennis Haysbert ("Far From Heaven", "TV's 24") lend their voices to the animated action adventure "Sinbad : Legend of the Seven Seas".

Sinbad (Brad Pitt), the most daring and notorious rogue ever to sail the seven seas, has spent his life asking for trouble, and trouble has finally answered ... in a big way. Framed from stealing one of the world's most priceless and powerful treasures -- The Book of Peace -- Sinbad has one chance to find and return the precious book or his best friend Proteus (Joseph Fiennes) will die. Sinbad decides not to take that chance and instead sets a course for the fun and sun of the Fiji islands.

Not so fast.

Proteus' beautiful betrothed, Marina (Catherine Zeta-Jones), has stowed away, determined to make sure that Sinbad fulfills his mission. Now the man who put the "bad" in Sinbad is about to find out how bad bad can be. It's never a good thing when Eris, the goddess of chaos (Michelle Pfeiffer), has it out for you, and Eris lives up to her name - dispatching both monstrous creatures and the elements to do battle with Sinbad along the way. There is even mutiny afoot - times four - when Sinbad's loyal dog Spike switches allegiances. But those challenges don't compare to one small but formidable woman named Marina.

"Sinbad : Legend of the Seven Seas" is directed by Tim Johnson and Patrick Gilmore and produced by Mireille Soria ("Spirit : Stallion of the Cimarron") and Jeffrey Katzenberg ("Shrek"), from a screenplay by John Logan ("Gladiator").

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..The animated "Sinbad" is so sleek, you might not notice how soulless it is..”
by Joe Williams [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]
“..impressive set-pieces make up for what it lacks in gags and characterisation..”
by Matthew Turner [ViewLondon]
“..the all-action set-pieces can't disguise the bland uniformity of the human characters..”
by Neil Smith [BBC Films]