A rogue prince reluctantly joins forces with a mysterious princess and together, they race against dark forces to safeguard an ancient dagger capable of releasing the Sands of Time – gift from the gods that can reverse time and allow its possessor to rule the world.
A rogue prince (Jake Gyllenhaal) reluctantly joins forces having a strange queen (Gemma Arterton) and together, they contest against dark forces to safeguard an ancient dagger with the capacity of releasing the Sands of Time—a reward from your gods that could slow period and permit its possessor to tip the world. Based on the activity-experience gaming of the identical title.
Sands to the potential. I assume ultimately it’s what it’s, a Disney backed game adaptation of the blockbuster variety.
In truth it operates dandy as a household fantasy experience, with swords and only fine – shields and sarongs, all-in abundance. There’s the mythic as well as the wonderful, the swish the HD photography a goody for the eyes. The leads are pretty, amiable and energetic, and although it constantly reminds us it is according to a videogame (moving and rolling, jumping and rolling), the choreography is niftily established and there’s a wonderful quaint sense to the story; which works in that superb Sinbadish means.
Not excellent by any stretch of the creativity, and if one was not thus disinclined? You can deconstruct the defects of the output with all the same scientific impression of that accomplished by Ben Kingsley’s (Sir) wallet when it hit a floor following this income was settled. It ought to be considered within the soul of how Alfred Molina represents with his personality, with a total understanding of how-to have a good time with popcorn blow as well as tongueincheek. At the least it was a fun time, although Prince of Persia is forgettable come the finish breaks. And for that we are genuinely thankful. 7/10