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Based on Viking mythology, Eirick (Dominic Purcell) battles from hell and beyond to retrieve the mystical artifact, Odin's Horn, before Thor and his army can unleash its powers to conquer the world.
Movie Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes
- Reviews Counted: 7
- Fresh: 3
- Rotten: 4
- Average Rating: 4.2/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: At least in a video game, you have some control over the plot.
Fresh: This cheerfully silly action fantasy is unpretentious fun best suited to younger viewers.
Rotten: Once you look past the carnage, special effects and colossal locales, all you're left with is the supper show at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament.
Fresh: The first Hobbit picture's digital armies have a higher pixel rate, but Vikingdom packs in twice as much fun and thrice as much incident in much less running time.
Wow, after 5 minutes into it i couldn't wait for it to be over. The only reason I watched it the whole way through was because I had a false hope it would get better. Sadly I was mistaken. The acting was horrendous, and the CG was worse than an 80's B movie. It's obvious this movie was made with a $50 budget. Don't waste your money renting it and definitely don't buy it. If you really want to watch it, wait until it's on netflix or redbox.
It's not upper tier in refined movie production or acting. But it has enough decent actors, a steady enough story and action to carry it. Higher than a B+ film at least.
cool action solid fun
The movie is different take on legend I reviewed it for Dan's Movie Report. Thor is literally a madman dansmoviereport (com) search Vikingdom Movie Review thanks itunes you rock!