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The Scorpion King

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This movie is set in about 5000 years ago in the ancient city of Gomorrah. The remaining of the free tribes come together to tackle Memnon because of his evil nature. The sorceress is the major advantage Memnon has over them, so they decided to hire three Akkadian assassins led by Mathayus to take care of her.
Actors: Sole Alberti ,
Sole Alberti
Sole Alberti
Sherri Howard ,
Sherri Howard
Sherri Howard 1 June 1962, Sherman, Texas, USA
Pennelope Jimenez ,
Pennelope Jimenez
Pennelope Jimenez 26 July 1978, San Diego, California, USA
Michael Hilow ,
Michael Hilow
Michael Hilow
Steven Brand ,
Steven Brand
Steven Brand 26 June 1969, Dundee, Scotland, UK
Michelle Baney ,
Michelle Baney
Michelle Baney
Scott L. Schwartz ,
Scott L. Schwartz
Scott L. Schwartz
Yuki Tokuhiro ,
Yuki Tokuhiro
Yuki Tokuhiro
Amanda Bentley ,
Amanda Bentley
Amanda Bentley 18 May 1978, Joliet, Illinois, USA
Esteban Cueto ,
Esteban Cueto
Esteban Cueto
Wesley John ,
Wesley John
Wesley John
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Director: Chuck Russell
Chuck Russell
Chuck Russell 9 May 1958, Park Ridge, Illinois, USA
Country: United States
Release: 2002
IMDb: 5.5
Quality:
Duration: 92 min
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Max Messier
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July 11, 2008

Predecessors The Mummy and The Mummy Returns stand as intellectual masterpieces next to The Scorpion King.
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Michael Rechtshaffen

April 24, 2002

All the necessary exposition prevents the picture from rising above your generic sand 'n' sandal adventure.
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Todd Gilchrist
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July 02, 2008

The Rock, making his acting debut as the titular top dog (not counting his five digitally enhanced minutes in The Mummy Returns), turns in a slight, if promising, star turn as a reluctant savior of the free world, and leads an encouragingly multi-cultural
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Dan Via

April 19, 2002

A fairly by-the-books blend of action and romance with sprinklings of intentional and unintentional comedy.
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Peter Canavese
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August 13, 2008

A ridiculous though not entirely unpleasant way to while away ninety-two minutes.
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Nell Minow

December 29, 2010

On the silly popcorn scale, it works pretty well.
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Michael Wilmington

July 20, 2002

Another grandiose, hyperactive crock, full of lame jokes and gorgeous, stupefying images.
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Richard Roeper

April 22, 2002

Wimps out by going for that PG-13 rating, so the more graphic violence is mostly off-screen and the sexuality is muted.
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Felix Vasquez Jr.
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April 29, 2009

Come for the cheese, stay for Kelly Hu.
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Ed Park
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April 23, 2002

Russell lacks the visual panache, the comic touch, and perhaps the budget of Sommers's title-bout features.
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Nick Rogers
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October 16, 2010

Boasting sword-and-sandal action more sluggish than a Ye Olde Renaissance Faire, The Rock putting someone through a table would be a welcome anachronism. "The Scorpion King"? More like "Moron the Barbarian."
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Stephen Holden

April 20, 2002

The Scorpion King may look like a movie, but it feels like a food fight.
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