The Golden Voyage of Sinbad
The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (1974)

The second of special-effects wizard Ray Harryhausen's three Sinbad epics, this film finds the titular hero played by John Philip Law, while the principal villain, Koura, is portrayed by future Dr. Who Tom Baker. The plot sends Sinbad… More

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Rated: G
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Release Date: June 6, 2000
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Critic Score: 57% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Fernando F. Croce
CinePassion

Harryhausen's most touching work is done in the quiet, beguiling scene in which the villainous wizard patiently breathes life into a tiny gargoyle, a concise ode to the divine qualities of the craftsman's art

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John J. Puccio
Movie Metropolis

...may be fun for youngsters but a little trying for adults.

Steve Crum
Video-Reviewmaster.com

Special effects, fantasy fans will love it...and that is the target audience.

Scott Weinberg
eFilmCritic.com

Fun in a "rainy Saturday afternoon" kinda way.

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Flixster Audience Score: 62% Flixster User Reviews
danny d
the film is grossly entertaining, i watched it with my sons and we really enjoyed the viewing experience. but this is all the film has going for it. the story… More
Lafe Fredbjornson
Totally fascinating stop-motion animation effects. It's an interesting voyage. The characters aren't fleshed out much. It's very… More
Phil Hubbs
The second collaboration between Ray Harryhausen and Charles H. Schneer with the Sinbad franchise/fable. The first being a rollicking good yarn with some great… More
xGary Xx
Reasonably entertaining romp that's marred by 70s sensibilities seeping in (although the male demographic are sure to appreciate Caroline Munro's… More
Tim Salmons
Definitely one of the best Ray Harryhausen extravaganzas, with John Phillip Law running the show.
Michael Gildea
Harryhausen's effects are the only reason to see this.