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Running Time:
83 minutes

Rating: PG Parental Guidance Suggested.

Rating Explanation:
for adventure action, some mild sensuality and brief language

Additional Info:
DVD Features: Feature commentary with directors Patrick Gilmore and Tim Johnson and Producer Mireille Sori; 3-D tour of the Chimera; "Cyclops Island;" "The Making of Sinbad;" "The Voice of Spike;" "Sinbad's Sailing Adventure game; "Save the 12 Cities" game; Sinbad PC game demonstration; art gallery; production notes; character biographies.

Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas
Sinbad (voiced by Brad Pitt) and his faithful crew have spent close to ten years looting and pillaging on the Seven Seas. But now the pirates are preparing for one final big score, getting hold of the rare and valuable Book of Peace from a ship which is taking it to the port of Syracuse. But, unbeknownst to Sinbad, the vessel is captained by Proteus (voice of Joseph Fiennes), his childhood best friend who also happens to be prince of Syracuse. The bond between the two is too great, so Sinbad departs with empty hands, much to the chagrin of his crew. But Eris, the Greek goddess of chaos (Michelle Pfeiffer), is just as anxious as the arrogant pirate to get her hands on the magnificent treasure, although for completely different reasons, and plans to recruit Sinbad to help her. But, she isn't known as the Goddess of Discord for nothing and she plans to have some fun with the rogue. But, Sinbad isn't one to shirk a challenge and he agrees to go to Syracuse and steal the book for Eris in return for great wealth. When Sinbad arrives, prince Proteus greets him, and their bond of friendship once again proves to be stronger than the pirate's need for great wealth. But, Eris isn't the kind to waste this opportunity so she disguises herself as Sinbad, steals the book herself and leaves the pirate chief with the threat of imminent execution. He vows to get the book back and Proteus convinces the king and his advisors to keep him, the prince, as a hostage (promising to sacrifice his own life) so that his friend can set out to recover the Book of Peace. Of course, it wouldn't be a good swashbuckling adventure without a heroine and "Sinbad" has a lovely one, in the form of Marina (voice of Catherine Zeta-Jones), the feisty fiancée of Proteus. To insure that Sinbad really makes every reasonable attempt to save her fiancé, Marina (Catherine Zeta-Jones) stows away on his ship. When her presence is discovered, Sinbad is forced to abandon his self-preservation plans and actually go find the stolen book. Sinbad, Marina, his crew and his lovable dog Spike head for Tartarus, the home of Eris, on the very edge of the world. Along the way, the purely evil (but mischief-loving) Eris places the usual mythical obstacles in the way. They must face the seductive songs of the Sirens (who, fortunately do not affect Marina), then they land on a giant fish the size of a small island and all hands are nearly lost, then they are trapped in frigid, ice-bound waters, the home of a humungous snowbird that thinks Sinbad and Marina look like a set of delectable snacks. After all this, Sinbad and his gang of bucaneers must still face the all-powerful Eris if they are to get the book back and save Proteus's life. It's mostly fast-paced beautifully animated fun and the whole family should enjoy watching it together.

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