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.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Patrick Stewart ... Narrator (voice)
Shahin Sean Solimon ... Sinbad
Said Faraj ... The Deev
Lorna Raver ... Zoreh
Mariam Vardanyan ... Miriam (as Mariam Vardani)
Jon Jon Briones ... Asian Genie
Isaac C. Singleton Jr. ... Death
Sadie Alexandru ... Firoozeh
Marco Khan ... Mujeed
William Romeo ... African Genie
David Light David Light ... The Sultan / Genie
Mehrdad Sarlak ... Abdul
Thomas Gunter ... Guard
Aria Bigy Aria Bigy ... Ramin
Robert Christopher Henderson Robert Christopher Henderson ... Fruit Server
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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.

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Rated PG-13 for fantasy violence/frightening images | See all certifications »

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Follows The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (1973) See more »

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Absolutely amateurish
14 December 2014 | by Data-1001See all my reviews

There is not enough space here to detail all the things that are terrible about this movie.

First, let me start with the good: Uhh... hmm. Well, Patrick Stewart's voice is in it. That should count for something, right? Actually, no. It merely points out the huge chasm between his talent and the "talents" of everyone else involved in this picture. Also, he is ostensibly the older voice of the lead actor, who doesn't even have the same accent. I hope at least Sir Patrick bought himself a nice car with his salary from this awful film.

The bad: No, "bad" is not a sufficient modifier to describe the extreme low level of quality here. Abysmal is more accurate. And that covers: the acting, the directing, the writing, the editing, the scoring, the producing, the special FX, the whole business.

Here's why you should be suspicious when a movie receives a mix of 9 & 10-star reviews with 1-star reviews, and very little in-between: There is no motive whatsoever for a group of people to band together and give rotten fake reviews to a movie. There is, however, a huge motive for cast & crew and their friends & family to give massively positive and glowing reviews for the film they worked on. I'm sure an email blast was sent out to a mailing list, encouraging everyone to rate it highly and write a review. Ignore the rating. Ignore the 10-star reviews. They are bogus. Trust the 1-star reviews.

There is nothing in this cinematic abomination that is worth recommending. It's not even a so-bad-it's-good kind of movie. None of these actors, directors, producers, writers, or editors should ever make a movie again — unless they each spend another 10,000 hours studying their craft... and at that point, they might possibly be almost ready to work on a Uwe Boll film. But I'd seriously advise all of them to become hotel clerks or real estate agents, because they really have no business trying to make movies for a living.


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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

7 February 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$103,384, 9 February 2014

Gross USA:

$159,862

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$159,862
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Giant Flick Films See more »
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2.35 : 1
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