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Current Rating: 3.37

Current Rating: 3.37

based on 279 votes and 14 reviews

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  • solid movie - predictable but a good watch
  • Not well written, too boring.
  • this film was so messy i felt like a plate of spaghetti on the floor would seem clean.
  • boring movie, not well written, very predictable.
  • let's see all this movies detractors make a better viking/indian picture...just enjoy it like you would a foreign movie and sneek -in three or four beers !
  • Crap just isn`t the right word for this movie.To many questions, no continuity, acting??? What acting, cinematices blew goats and the special effects where done by a 3 year old. 100 minutes of my life that I will never get back.
  • Brutal. Don`t waste your time or money on this movie.
  • Suneagle`s Review: 4*`s Very good movie for low budget..Great sets and concept with a healthy story. Vikings, not very often to we see them in film but this time around the costumes were fantastic. Can`t wait for the Unrated extended edition..Acting was not up to par though and the fight scenes for me could of been better or at least the camera could of showed more that`s why I`m banking on the Dir` cut. Just like King arthur Exteneded unrated dvd was better than the Theater release..Money`s worth?? I say YES!!
  • It was definitly one of the worse movies i`ve seen for awhile. I mean the CG was just terrible, at some points the alvalanche scenes look like they were taken straight from the discovery channel. Left before the end of the movie, if you interested save it for a rental.


Genre:  Action | Running Time:  99 min.
Release date:  April 13, 2007 | On DVD/VOD:  July 31, 2007

Current rating: Rating: 3.37
based on 279 votes and 14 reviews
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Cast: Karl Urban, Moon Bloodgood, Russell Means, Nathaniel Arcand, Clancy Brown, Ralf Moeller, Jay Tavares