Framed for killing the king of Norvania, Scorpion King Mathayus (Victor Webster) seeks the help of an enigmatic woman and her eccentric father on his mission to harness a mystical power, and stop an evil heir from seizing control of the kingdom.~Jason Buchanan
I saw the movie from start to finish and it had a lot of A-listers there to work in this movie. This is the best Scorpion King ever, all of the Scorpion King movies were great but this one tops the rest of the other movies. I liked this one and my family saw it with me. Thank you very much Best Buy, yours truly, Zaida Quijano.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.
This is a nice film that continues the Scorpion King series. But if you're looking for more of a action film and not an action/comedy then this might not be for you. Knowing what I was getting into I can say that I like this movie overall.
I have all four of the Scorpion King movies and this one ranks as the second best. I am always a fan of the ancient sci fi movies like the Mummy and others and these always seem to catch my interest. This one is not great but worth a watch.
The film is anachronistic, borrows modern phrases, and even employs swagger music. In the beginning a guy not hiding his Brooklyn accent (Lou Ferrigno) says, "No one steals from me." I am not sure how much of this type of thing was intentional or not. In any case it was funny and entertaining, but it wasn't sustained...like in Part 3.