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Sinbad of the Seven Seas Movie Download

Sinbad of the Seven Seas YTS
Sinbad of the Seven Seas YTS
1989
Action / Adventure / Fantasy
14
4.2/10
1.8K
1 hr 33 min

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Sinbad of the Seven Seas yts
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Plot Summary:
Sinbad returns from the sea to find his country subjected to the will of two unscrupulous sorcerers.
Director
Enzo G. Castellari
Top Cast
John Steiner as Jaffar

Lou Ferrigno as Sinbad

Alessandra Martines as Alina


Sinbad of the Seven Seas 1989 720p.BluRay

753.00 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 33 min
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Sinbad of the Seven Seas 1989 1080p.BluRay

1.44 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 33 min
Seeds ….

Sinbad of the Seven Seas review

Reviewed by HaemovoreRex

6 / 10

Family friendly, swashbuckling fun
An awesomely ripped Lou Ferrigno headlines here as the eponymous hero in this visually lavish fantasy flick brought to us by the ever reliable Enzo G.Castellari.

Sinbad’s mission is to brave numerous perils in order to rescue a beautiful princess from the clutches of an evil wizard named Jaffar who has taken over the kingdom of Basra by dark magical means.

Also along for the adventure are Sinbad’s crew who are comprised of a mighty viking, a philosophical samurai warrior, a dashing prince who is betrothed to the captive princess, a bald chef and a dwarf named Poochi(!) Along the way this brave band of heroes find themselves up against undead armies, rock monsters, seductive Amazonians and a slimy ogre plus in the finale, big Lou comes up against his own clone!!!

Approach this in the right frame of mind and you should have a good time, after all it’s entirely harmless fun in much the same vein as films such as Labyrinth etc.

Certainly the film does have far higher production values than most Italian films of the eighties with some beautifully sumptuous sets and costumes on display throughout. Added to this there’s a good assemble of B-Movie stars; Big Lou, Romano Puppo (sadly relegated to a very minor role) and of course the ever wonderful John Steiner who is clearly having a ball with his material here as the delightfully hissable Jaffar.

Unfortunately, there are a number of factors which do seriously drag the film down however. For instance, a few of the characters (most notably Lou) have been entirely overdubbed with irritating voice overs – quite why this was the case, I have no idea.

By far the most damning criticism I have for the film though is the intrusive and annoying narrative that accompanies (and incessantly interjects upon!) the proceedings throughout. You see, the basis for the film is that everything taking place on screen is actually a bedtime story being read to a little girl by her mother. And wouldn’t you know it – the mother’s voice is yet another infuriating overdub!!!

Still, to be fair and looking past these failings, this is actually a fairly enjoyable watch. If you like a spot of swashbuckling fantasy and enjoy films such as The Princess Bride and the aforementioned Labyrinth then this may well be right up your street.Read More