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Pretty good really, could be better, but so could half the movies out there!!!!
Terrific low-budget Viking film true to the characters. Northmen, Christians, Scots, even Picts have their say, use their hearts and minds and muscle. Starts with a shipwreck and roars like a lion from there. Great and brutal fight scenes, pity visions, lots of surprises, character turnarounds, the works. Not to be missed by any Viking fans. And the scenery is fabulous - and you'll never guess where on Earth they filmed it!
Like Centurion with a little Predator thrown in for good measure.
It's simple and... honestly pretty bad, but it does satisfy a certain craving for this sort of film.
Yet another epic viking saga. This one has some good twists & turns in the plot with FX that aren't too outlandish. This tale could nearly have actually happened.
People comparing this to The Lord Of The Rings are insane. It's barely watchable.
Not a terrible movie, but not one which I would watch again. The whole movie is based upon a pursuit with the Vikings running for their lives.
I'm not sure you can call shipwrecked Vikings running from and occasionally stopping to fight against Carpathian mercenaries a saga - especially when the highlight is a monk with a highly persuasive staff. Mediocre.
1/10/2016: Pretty bad. Charlie Murphy's beauty might be the only positive thing about the film.
Portrayed well to a certain extent. It's starts off its true history where the Vikings set off to rape and village and then they are hunted by an army where they are chased throughout the film. It was a good story line with good cinematography and great accurate landscape shots. I do wish the acting was a bit better.
Boy, did this movie suck the hairy beanbag!