Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time2010
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (2010)
Critic Consensus: It doesn't offer much in the way of substance, but Prince of Persia is a suitably entertaining swashbuckler -- and a substantial improvement over most video game adaptations.
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as Sheikh Amar
as King Sharaman
as Hassansin Leader
as Hassansin Porcupine
as Hassansin Whip Man
as Hassansin Giant Scimitar
as Hassansin Double-Bladed Halbert
as Hassansin Long Razor
as Hassansin Grenade Man
as Regent of Alamut
as Young Dastan
as Young Bis
as Persian Captain
as Young Guardian Girl
as King Sharaman (Boy)
as Nizam (Boy)
as Bloodied Alamut Soldier
as Head Servant
as Mounted Herald
as Garsiv's Lieutenant
as Tamina's Maid Servant
as Mughal Sultan
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Critic Reviews for Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
The sheer whoosh of the story line keeps you watching anyway, and, as the prince, Jake Gyllenhaal has a hearty good-naturedness that comes as a relief amid all the turbocharged antics. He wears his heroism lightly.
Bring a joystick to this big budget adventure. It'll give your hands something to do when you're restless.
As usual, the talent in Prince of Persia is generally top notch -- from the cinematographer John Seale to the parkour expert David Belle -- but the ingredients have been masticated so heavily the results are mush.
A spectacularly silly video-game adaptation about a Fresh Prince of Gel Hair who runs around the desert with a magic dagger, a curious version of Alfred Molina and some hoity-toity chick who never breaks a sweat. It's sort of pointless.
Audience Reviews for Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
a visual treat with great action, gripping suspense, and great effects, and its one of the movies that is acceptable in the gaming world
With a lot of clichés, a silly sense of humor and empty, ridiculous characters, this harmless swashbuckler is predictable from the first scene to the last and doesn't even realize that the warn-out love/hate relationship between the main couple gets irritating really really fast.
Yeah ... Bruckheimer. Ok (bring on the lobotomy doctors!). But it's that frenchie kraze that's the real star: parkour. It brings back the swash in swashbuckler. Gyllenhaal will send his kids to Harvard outta what he earns here (if he gets some of the gross!), and a new leading man is born. Al Molina and Gemma Atherton add needed spice.
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