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The Scorpion King
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The Scorpion King

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Unleashing WWE superstar The Rock as the most feared warrior of the ancient world, The Scorpion King plunges you into a sweeping tale filled with stunning fight sequences, awe-inspiring battles and pulse-pounding thrills. The last of the 'free tribes' form a fragile alliance to fight Memnon, and hire a trio of Akkadian assassins, led by Mathayus, to kill the sorceress and thus remove Memnon's advantage.
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Nell Minow

December 29, 2010

On the silly popcorn scale, it works pretty well.
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Ed Park
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April 23, 2002

Russell lacks the visual panache, the comic touch, and perhaps the budget of Sommers's title-bout features.
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Richard Roeper

April 22, 2002

Wimps out by going for that PG-13 rating, so the more graphic violence is mostly off-screen and the sexuality is muted.
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Michael Wilmington

July 20, 2002

Another grandiose, hyperactive crock, full of lame jokes and gorgeous, stupefying images.
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Stephen Holden

April 20, 2002

The Scorpion King may look like a movie, but it feels like a food fight.
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Peter Canavese
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August 13, 2008

A ridiculous though not entirely unpleasant way to while away ninety-two minutes.
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Max Messier
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July 11, 2008

Predecessors The Mummy and The Mummy Returns stand as intellectual masterpieces next to The Scorpion King.
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Felix Vasquez Jr.
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April 29, 2009

Come for the cheese, stay for Kelly Hu.
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Nick Rogers
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October 16, 2010

Boasting sword-and-sandal action more sluggish than a Ye Olde Renaissance Faire, The Rock putting someone through a table would be a welcome anachronism. "The Scorpion King"? More like "Moron the Barbarian."
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Todd Gilchrist
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July 02, 2008

The Rock, making his acting debut as the titular top dog (not counting his five digitally enhanced minutes in The Mummy Returns), turns in a slight, if promising, star turn as a reluctant savior of the free world, and leads an encouragingly multi-cultural
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Michael Rechtshaffen

April 24, 2002

All the necessary exposition prevents the picture from rising above your generic sand 'n' sandal adventure.
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Dan Via

April 19, 2002

A fairly by-the-books blend of action and romance with sprinklings of intentional and unintentional comedy.
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