A man who I hate more than hate itself? It's not a bad movie. By that criteria, this is absoultely a 5 star movie! Too bad it was passed over. Here Sinbad must recover five magical stones to free the city of Basra from the evil spell cast by a wizard. Sinbad, who's in a perpetual state of flexing throughout the film yeah, we get it, you're all full of muscles. Sinbad struggles with the beams the film is run forwards and backwards a few times to simulate actual struggling, something Ferrigno was apparently incapable of but finally escapes. In addition, the fight on the isle of the dead against the ghost kings had a few minutes of entertainment.
Grab this movie, some friends and some drinks and you have the makings for a perfect bad movie night. Fantasy tale based on the tale of the legendary sailor. Sinbad and the boys get separated, and Sinbad has to make his own way to the fourth gem, where he defeats a weird muck creature by doing something that could have saved his butt many times before, if not for the fact that the plot didn't allow him to think of it, apparently. John Steiner's taken over the city and plans on getting jiggy with the prince's fiancee, so Sinbad and crew go on a voyage to retrieve four magic stones that supposedly will flip flop the situation. I did, in fact, like the various sound effects, for what its worth. Here Sinbad must recover five magical stones to free the city of Basra from the evil spell cast by a wizard.
But if you go in looking for what this is offering: A muscle man hero travelling to strange places to find magic to bring down an evil sorcerer, then you'll have a good time. All of Sinbad's crew are taken to the torture chamber, where they are faced with bone-chilling torture devices, such as the bath tub full of sock-puppet piranhas and some weird little alien dude. Sinbad has to fight a big rockman, deadly amazon women, a group of lepers, an evil clone and a guy in a slimy rubber suit who looks like a member of Gwar. The music is corny, dreadful. It is however, the kind of happy accident that produces a film that is insanely, hilariously entertaining for anyone who likes bad movies in fact, this is my wife's absolute favorite bad movie. Tüm hayatını denizlerde bela arayarak geçmiştir.
Jaffar wants something, although I'm not certain what exactly that something was. This first one comes from Jaffar as Sinbad learns the evil vizier has taken over Basra. There are strange creatures, cheap special effects, corny dialog. One of the only times he actually uses his sword is when fighting a rock monster. After a five minute fight which would have taken about thirty seconds if they'd run it at normal speed Sinbad defeats the rock creature by simply pushing on his head and knocking it off and makes off with the first gem. Consequently, there is absolutely nobody in the city when Sinbad's ship docks.
At the third stop, Sinbad and friends fight the Empty Suits Of Armor That Can Only Be Defeated By Viciously Denting Them. It's all inconsequential; the man playing Jaffar is such a hammy over-actor that you can't pay attention to what he is saying because you're too busy laughing at how he's saying it. I think it was either the Calif's daughter, rule over the city, or the death of Sinbad. This was never brought up before and is never brought up again, and the only time they appear in the same scene they don't acknowledge each other. That doesn't work so he throws a rock at it instead which does work. Sinbad şöhreti uzak denizlere dağılmış çok cesaretli ve çılgın bir denizcidir.
Try it for yourself and you be the judge. If anyone is nostalgic about this movie, then go for it. It was easy to buy Lou as Hercules, he fits that image perfectly, but Sinbad isn't really Lou's kinda character. You can read a more comprehensive review at www. So the film would lead you to believe. Castellari puts the 'bad' in Sinbad with this inept fairy-tale flick based on The Thousand and Second Tale of Scheherazade by Edgar Allen Poe.
Sinbad is easily more entertaining than Plan 9 from Outer Space, which is more commonly considered the best bad movie ever. Everythings is wide eyes, flared nostrils, dramatic pauses. Here Sinbad must recover five magical stones to free the city of Basra from the evil spell cast by a wizard. People hating you and all that? Definitely recommended for any fans of bad cinema, this movie has it all. It is however, the kind of happy accident that produces a film that is insanely, hilariously entertaining for anyone who likes bad movies in fact, this is my wife's absolute favorite bad movie. Grab this movie, some friends and some drinks and you have the makings for a perfect bad movie night.
Ve nihayetinde aradığı belayı bulur. If you are not laughing at the film at some point, you must not have a good sense of humor. You'll thank me for it later. Sinbad makes his way back to the city and confronts Jaffar. This is a film so poorly written, acted, directed, and conceived, with horrible dubbing that it takes on an air of the absurd.