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Golden Voyage of Sinbad
- Calvin Heighton
It's a great thing to find that a movie you adored as a kid still holds up and holds up very well as an adult. I lived most of my childhood on Canadian military bases. They had a large selections of films and showed a large a variety as they could. They even had a matinee 'program' for kids that included cartoon, serials from Canada during WWII, safety film, more cartoons, a short B movie or Disney animal movie but then came the A movie and we got to see Sinbad and Logans run about 5 times each all year. We never missed a run because this was in the 70s and there were no video stores to visit after the movie. You saw a movie once usually and if you were lucky it came on TV but that usually took decades if ever. So to see this film over and over again was like having it as our own home video. Love everything about it. Love Sinbad, the lazy rich kid Haroon, and especially Caroline Munro who was my first movie crush. I loved her so much I stole a teen magazine in German just because her picture was in the cover. What? Don't judge me.
Fun movie to watch!!!
- maureen v.v.
I love watching this movie. It has adventure, excitement and special effects(creatures). For months after I watch it, I always think "Trust in Allah, but tie up your camel". A must see for all SF fans.
Luv it !
I've seen this film before. Loved it then, and am looking forward to viewing it again tonight. Mr. Harryhausen was a genius with a gift he used to make these films so much more enjoyable to us. This gift continues to give to us today, even though Ray Harrryhausen is no longer with us. If you enjoy good fantasy films with terrific special effects, you will enjoy this film. Try it !
The Golden Voyage of Sinbad
I personally love this movie. There was adventure, love and mystical qualities that made this movie magical to me. I will certainly tune in on Sunday for both of the Sinbad movies.
Weakest Entry of the Harryhausen Legacy(1973)
Well, a total let down of the Harryhausen Legacy, if there had to be a clunker, this one is it ! Sinbad(John Philip Law) totally miscast as the subdued hero, delivers a regrettable/forgettable performance for the ages. Given a script that has little to offer, Sinabd receives a mystreious golden piece of jewelry that has mystical properties. Anyway, Sinbad must go on a quest to solve the riddle of the "Golden Map." Uninspiring, boring, mundane are the only words to decribe this misguided tale. I suppose reflective of the times, early 1970's. Wait for a better film, to make best use of your time. 1 star out of 5, and that is probaly one more than it deserves. See 7th Voyage of Sinbad for extraordinary entertainment.