SINBAD: LEGEND OF THE SEVEN SEAS (Theatrical Release USA 2003)

 Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.2|5.0 Starsìììì 

Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas—the last drawn animation of DreamWorks before going to computer animation—relies on well-chosen voicing talent and a good script. It deserves its watch. The character animation is very good for drawn, animated movies of the early 2000 era and defines the peak of that art. 

Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia 


Sinbad becomes involved in a battle over the “Book of Peace”. 

Additional Thanks 

Thank you to Directors Tim Johnson and Patrick Gilmore for directing effort. Thank you to Producers Mireille Soria and Jeffrey Katzenberg for making the film possible. Characters/cast include: Sinbad (Brad Pitt), Princess Marina (Catherine Zeta-Jones), Eris (Michelle Pfeiffer), Prince Proteus (Joseph Fiennes), Kale (Dennis Haysbert), Rat (Adriano Giannini), King Dymas (Timothy West), Luca (Jim Cummings), Jed (Conrad Vernon), Jin (Raman Hui), Li (Chung Chan), Grum and Chum (Andrew Birch), Spike (Frank Welker), and Tower Guard (Chris Miller). 

Buy a ticket
? Yes? No? Maybe? 

Yes. The movie, solidly written, serves as a good child/adult share. Some of the metaphors used may need some explanation before watching for the younger child to gather meaning from the film. Wikipedia provides a plot line for this film. 

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