Sinbad (Brad Pitt), the pirate thief, strikes a deal with Eris - the goddess of chaos - to steal the Book of Peace from the city of Syracuse in return for great wealth. Sinbad has a change of heart when he realises his old pal is the Prince, and the people are quite fond of this book, but the book is stolen by Eris anyway and Sinbad is framed.
About to be executed, Prince Proteus bravely takes his place. Sinbad has a week to sail towards the ends of the earth, through dangerous perils, to retrieve the book - or he can just plan a trip to Fiji to dance with Hula girls. It's a tough decision for the pirate.
Our Rating: 7/10
Contributed By: RRJ
- Country: USA
- Language: English | Cantonese | Italian
- Runtime: 126
- Budget: $60,000,000
- Revenue: $26,483,452
- Production: DreamWorks Animation
After beating the Sirens, a giant fish monster and a huge eagle on a frozen ancient land, Sinbad's ship reaches the gates to Tartarus - and Marina has fallen in love with him by now.
They sail off the end of the world - and twist the sails to form a flying machine. Sinbad and Marina then grab a rope and swing through the floating gates to meet with Eris.
So Tartarus is a land of chaos with sand everywhere and a Terracotta army. Eris makes a deal with Sinbad - if he tells the truth she'll give him back the Book of Peace. Sinbad answers her question - that he would rather return to Syracuse, and die, than sail off into the sunset with Marina. Eris says he lied, and they are thrown out of Tartarus.
They get back on the ship and head back to Syracuse to face the music.
Proteus's head is on the chopping block, but Sinbad gets back just in time - and takes his place. The sword falls down - but then shatters. Eris shows up, pretty angry, and as he proved her wrong, she hands him the book and then disappears.
Sinbad turns on the lights again, but isn't one for parties so gets his boat ready.
Proteus figures Marina is about to dump him, so lets her go off with Sinbad. She gets on his ship, and they plan their next adventure together.