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May 28, 2010
PG-13 , 1 hr 56 min
2,698 Fan Ratings
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Synopsis: A prince must stop a despot from unleashing a sandstorm that could destroy all mankind.
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Gísli Örn Gardarsson
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By Lisa Schwarzbaum
This is what a videogame movie looks like now.
The Hollywood Reporter
By Ray Bennett
A handsome, fast-paced and innocuous adventure that's easy to take but lacks epic scale.
By Peter Travers
What's missing in Prince of Persia is a sense that all the running, jumping, climbing and fighting is leading to something. The best video...
By Steven Rea
How bad is Prince of Persia? Whether or not director Mike Newell is to blame, the action sequences lack verve and scope.
By Ty Burr
Stitched together from so many other movies that it plays like an attack of multiple déjà vu. Stray bits of “Star Wars,’’ “Pirates of the...
By Claudia Puig
It's not the grand scale action-adventure it aspires to be, but this faux epic does offer family-friendly entertainment.
By Mark Jenkins
What Newell can't seem to do is give Prince of Persia a unifying style, tone or purpose. The film moves well, but doesn't show any...
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By Joe Morgenstern
The lesson here is simple: In the digital realm, the bigger the worse. What looks distinctive and believable in short takes and small doses...
San Francisco Chronicle
As a Jerry Bruckheimer production and a game adaptation, Prince of Persia has every business being jumpy and sequential, and as a frivolous...
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By Joe Neumaier
An epic example of muddled storytelling, chintzy excitement and scatter-brained execution.
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Rated PG-13 | For intense sequences of violence and action
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Common Sense Media says OK for kids 13+
Tepid video-game fantasy flick tame enough for young teens.
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