A new re-telling of the adventures of the famous character from The Arabian Nights stories. Sinbad, along with his elder brother and an assorted band of companions, sets sail from Baghdad ...
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The Adventures of Sinbad is a 2D animated movie in which we are going to experience the complete action and adventure of Sinbad(12 year old boy) and his friends. The little sailor of legend... See full summary »
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A new re-telling of the adventures of the famous character from The Arabian Nights stories. Sinbad, along with his elder brother and an assorted band of companions, sets sail from Baghdad in search of adventure and riches. Along the way the voyagers encounter strange tribes, evil wizards and giant sea monsters intent on making an appetizer of their ship. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <email@example.com>
In a sword fighting/action sequence shot on the beach, Sinbad and Young Timur ('Sean Michael') are battling one another. At one point, Sinbad punches Timur in the face and he falls down. When this was actually filmed, Timur slipped in the sand and Sinbad actually punched him for real. It was an accident but they kept the take because it looked so real. See more »
I've decided to settle down, start a family. Maybe you should try the same some time.
[glances at Maeve]
Doubar, Firouz, Rongar:
Oh, get real, guys.
Come on, don't you guys have anything better to do?
Well, I guess we could get in the long boat and head back to the ship.
That'll do for a start.
[starts to push at the long boat and realizes he and Maeve are the only ones pushing]
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I used to watch this show every Saturday along with Xena and Hercules. It was obviously produced by Ed Naha et al. to take advantage of the successes of Sam Raimi's better funded ventures. Comparisons are inevitable and unfortunately the production values of this show leaves one with the impression that it was the poor cousin to the other two. Still, it made the most of what it had and I thought the episodes were entertaining. Gripes: Major characters not very well fleshed out, some continuity issues, chemistry b/n the major characters - what chemistry?? Other people talk about this relationship with Maeve and Sinbad but other than some eye contact, there wasn't much to go on. I guess the show just didn't "come together" like the Raimi shows did. Second season suffered from loss of Jacqueline Collen (Maeve) and, as mentioned elsewhere, a turn towards the "dark side". Reasons why I watched it - interesting stories, cool fight scenes, 3D animation, gratuitous up the skirt shots of Bryn and Maeve. Other than that last point the show was well suited for children and young adolescents who are more forgiving of the gripes that I mentioned. Too bad it was killed when one of the production companies got cold feet, I'm sure it would have lasted at least another season or two.
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