Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage (2014) - Action, Adventure, Fantasy

Hohum Score

98

Hohummer

When the Sultan's firstborn is taken by an evil sorcerer, Sinbad is tasked with travelling to a desert of magic and creatures to save her.

IMDB: 5.2
Director: Shahin Sean Solimon
Stars: Patrick Stewart, Shahin Sean Solimon
Length: 89 Minutes
PG Rating: PG-13
Reviews: 13 out of 56 found boring (23.21%)

One-line Reviews (29)

Don't waste your time on this one unless you want to see how a really bad B-movie looks like.

Non-linear story line caused a constant state of confusion.

If you want boredom, lackluster acting, and crude effects then this is a film for you.

It's a waste of time, bandwidth even money if you bought this film.

No plot.

Once the film started I was getting into learning about the characters etc.After about 30 minutes the film begins properly and after this point I was on the edge of my seat for the rest of the film.

I was lulled into watching the entire movie just hoping there may be a glimmer of good.

It's a good title, very compelling charming.

Just dont even waste your time.

OMG the Worst movie ever....

This film is a superbly acted, exciting and violent ride!

It got confusing at times but that was intriguing part about it.

Apart from that though I enjoyed The Fifth Voyage's mystery and thrilling dark moments and the I couldn't really fault the special effects.

And as someone put it good while saying about dull movies "If you have 2 hours to waste, better watch paint dry on a wall rather than seeing this movie!

The movie was entertaining and kept me in the whole time.

Based on the classic stories of The Arabian Nights, Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage, narrated by Patrick Stewart, is a highly entertaining, invigorating throwback to the films of visual effects pioneer Ray Harryhausen.

"I'd rather sit and watch paint dry".

Don't waste your time.

Giant Flick Films brings an adrenaline-filled, super- animotion, Ray Harryhausen- inspired movie to the big screen.

The Fifth Voyage is really entertaining The soundtrack is excellent!

Again, don't waste your time or money, even if you have a Sinbad movie collection like I do.

As an illustration of what you can expect, we have a scene in the movie where, not once but twice, the camera has a slow, lingering shot of what we're told is a honey comb (people who have seen a honey comb know that they rarely look so much like a throbbing member though), the shot is accompanied by tense, combat style music.

Waste of your time .

I would rather watch paint dry .

I didn't mind the lead actor Shahin Sean Soliman, who also wrote and directed, as he's unusually for this type of film an actor of genuinely Persian decent, but the rest is pretty much a waste of time.

I really enjoyed it.

Why would such a great actor, like Patrick Stewart associate himself with his garbage waste of time?

I would watch this movie again (maybe several times) and would recommend it to everyone to watch for a fun, entertaining, relaxing watch without thinking too much about it or thinking too much about what the movie is about.

Sad to say but would much rather watch the original Sinbad movies as they were far more entertaining than this sad attempt.. Also, the effects were horribly done for a newer 2014 movie and the monster animation and choreography for the fight scenes was dreadful...