Director: Shahin Sean Solimon
Writer: Shahin Sean Solimon, Evelyn Gabai
Stars: Patrick Stewart, Isaac C. Singleton Jr., Lorna Raver, Sadie Alexandru
Runtime: 89 min
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Released: 07 Feb 2014
Synopsis: When the Sultan’s first born is taken by an evil sorcerer, Sinbad is tasked with traveling to a desert of magic and creatures to save her.
Synopsis: Shahin Sean Solimon stars as Sinbad the Sailor who’s in love with the sultan’s (David Light) daughter, Firoozeh (Sadie Alexandru), despite of her father’s disapproval of their relationship because Sinbad isn’t wealthy enough. Fortunately, Sinbad has a big heart and plenty of courage which is put to the test when an evil sorcerer known as the White Thief captures Firoozeh and holds her hostage in a black desert. Sinbad must travel to search for the love of his life and to save her within 40 days and 40 nights.
Based on the classic stories of The Arabian Nights, Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage, narrated by Patrick Stewart, is a highly entertaining, invigorating throwback to the films of visual effects pioneer Ray Harryhausen. Director Shahin Sean Solimon blends stop motion animation and CGI in ways that may not be slick and look super-expensive like most Hollywood blockbusters these days, but they have more visual inventiveness, charm and pizzazz. The same could have been said for the films that Harryhausen did the visual effects for, i.e. The 7th Voyage of Sinbad, It Came from Beneath the Sea, Jason and the Argonauts, The Golden Voyage of Sinbad and his final film, 1981’s Clash of the Titans. Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage is so effective as an homage to Haurryhausen’s visual style that you’ll feel as though you’re transported back in time to the golden age of cinema, the 50’s and 60’s.
Beyond the film’s aesthetic triumphs, it also offers plenty of exhilarating excitement, thrills and suspense as Sinbad goes on his adventure to save the princess while battling all sorts of creatures, including the Cyclops, along the way. The fight scenes, combined with the stop-motion animation, are quite fun and, in B-movie style, they’re even a little bit campy. Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage is the kind of film that should be seen on the big screen with a large group of friends. Fans of Ray Harryhausen should rejoice. If there were any justice, it would become a cult classic.
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