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Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger (1977)

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Patrick Wayne Patrick Wayne
Sinbad
Taryn Power Taryn Power
Dione
Jane Seymour Jane Seymour
Farah
Patrick Troughton Patrick Troughton
Melanthius
Nadim Sawalha Nadim Sawalha
Hassan
Damien Thomas Damien Thomas
Kassim


Written by
Beverley Cross Beverley Cross
(screenplay)
Ray Harryhausen Ray Harryhausen
(story)


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8 months, 3 weeks ago at Sep 28 14:09
This was the movie that Harryhausen was like "screw it, I'm gonna put every possible mutant/animal creature I can think of into this movie, regardless of how ridiculous it is." I mean he throws everything in here but the kitchen sink, actually by the end I was expecting to see a stop-motion kitchen sink attack Sinbad and his crew. This movie has it all: it's got alien skeletons, a young Jane Seymo... read more

Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger

6 months, 4 weeks ago at Nov 27 3:48
Here is further proof that the third installment of a franchise is inevitably the weakest, Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger is a retread of not only the two previous entries in the trilogy but the entirety of Ray Harryhausen’s career. There’s no wonder here, no fun sense of otherworldliness at play. In fact, even Harryhausen’s creations are more humdrum than life giving to this limp piece of ... read more
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Sinbad The Sailor sails to deliver a cursed prince to a dangerous island in the face of deadly opposition from a powerful witch.
Release date: 9 June 1977
UPC: 043396044692
Tags: Fantasy (9), Adventure (7), Sinbad (6), Action (6), Sequel (5), Hell (4), 1977 (4), Princess (4), Prince (4), Sea (4), Possession (4), Witchcraft (4), Island (4), Sword (4), Islam (4), Magic (4), Swashbuckler (3), Ray Harryhausen (3), Arab (3), Sailor (3)
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Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger

“Here is further proof that the third installment of a franchise is inevitably the weakest, Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger is a retread of not only the two previous entries in the trilogy but the entirety of Ray Harryhausen’s career. There’s no wonder here, no fun sense of otherworldliness at play. In fact, even Harryhausen’s creations are more humdrum than life giving to this limp piece of cornbread.   While neither Seventh Voyage nor Golden Voyage could claim modesty in how often and routinely they paused their narratives to bring in more fantastical creatures, Eye of the Tiger makes them look positively prudish in comparison. But the excess on display here has a strangely numbing effect since so much of has been done already by the master, and better. There’s ghouls, a metall” read more

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djprojexion posted a review 8 months, 3 weeks ago

“This was the movie that Harryhausen was like "screw it, I'm gonna put every possible mutant/animal creature I can think of into this movie, regardless of how ridiculous it is." I mean he throws everything in here but the kitchen sink, actually by the end I was expecting to see a stop-motion kitchen sink attack Sinbad and his crew. This movie has it all: it's got alien skeletons, a young Jane Seymour running around in little belly dancer outfits, acting and line delivery that's so bad it's funny, and a stop-motion baboon that will kick your ass in chess. I never really noticed this before but poor Minoton, after being brought to life the guy spends half the movie rowing a boat and then gets crushed by a huge block. Kudos to Harryhausen for his amazing work here, fans of Clash Of The Titans ” read more

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