The Scorpion King: Rise of a Warrior (2008)

PG-13   |  Video   |    |  Action, Adventure, Fantasy


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After witnessing his father's murder by the hand of the ruthless General Sargon, Mathayus travels to the Underworld to retrieve the enchanted Sword of Damocles from the dark deity, Astarte. Can he thwart the usurper's megalomaniac vision?


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26 August 2008 | korash_sp
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| Do yourself a favor, don't watch this movie.
I can't really describe how awful this movie was. I'm usually very skeptic and really try to stay away from movies with less than 6.0 score. Too bad this wasn't rated when I made the mistake the watch it.

I actually enjoyed "The Scorpion King" with the Rock, because you could tell that they had bothered to create something watchable, and while not the greatest film, it was at least entertaining.

This one on the other hand has nothing the previous one had. It doesn't have the Rock, which I believe was one of the main reasons to watch "The Scorpion King" to begin with; and it doesn't have any good scenery or even special effects worth mentioning. Action scenes were awful as well.

So all in all, try to stay away from this movie, and if for some strange reason you decide to watch it at least don't do it sober.

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