#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Sinbad (John Hennigan) wanted to be an archaeological professor. But his work was stolen by his lover’s ( Jax) father. So he became a thief and steal things with archaeological value. After finding a emerald which was suspected to be the heart of the Medusa his life falls in danger. He opened the curse and released three angry souls who want to kill him and all men. On the other hand A Russian dealer also seeks it to convert it to a deadly weapon. Now Sinbad has to save himself from the villains from both spirit world and the real world.
Plot: On a treasure hunt gone wrong, modern-day adventurer Sinbad accidentally releases the Furies, three beautiful but terrible ancient beings powerful enough to threaten life on Earth.
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One Word: Garbage
When “WWE’s John Morrison” gets top billing for this film, there’s only one way the film can go and that is downhill at alarming speed. You may be asking yourself “who the hell is John Morrison?” and you wouldn’t be wrong for asking. He’s a third tier pro-wrestler at the WWE which increasingly believes that it’s pro-wrestlers can become A-list actors but for every success story like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Dave Bautista (Guardians of The Galaxy), Roddy Piper, or Jesse Ventura (Predator) you’ve got…ehhh….ten John Morrisons, the generic angry tough guy. In all fairness, he does a really good job at being a generic tough guy. He snarls. He growls. He grimaces. He flexes his muscles and jumps and kicks and punches and frightens bad guys. He does everything a generic action movie tough guy should do. It’s just that, he’s not a good actor at all. It’s not entirely his fault. The dialogue in this movie sucks hardcore. It’s terrible. It’s like the Expendables meets Indiana Jones except without all the good actors, or the good writers, or the good budget, or the good studio, or the good director. IF you take away all those things, I mean, well I guess you’ve still got a movie, right? But hey, it also stars that one girl with that bit part from Thor: Dark World. The Asgardian Waitress, Chloe Farnworth. That’s something right? No, no, it’s not. You want my summary? Here it is: This movie is terrible. Absolutely terrible. The premise is stupid: Sinbad the modern adventurer. What? They couldn’t get Attila The Hun, Wall Street Banker? Don’t watch this unless you enjoy torturing yourself. However, even if you did, there are better ways to do so. May I suggest licking a hairless cat? I’d rather do that than watch this.
Near Unstructured Talk a thon that has Little, if any Entertainment Value to it at all
Asylum’s Clash of the Furies is nothing but a series of elongated improv sessions and quite terrible ones at that. John Morrison has displayed charisma in the past, but one of those examples is not this film. The special effects are minimal, the action is barely there and the amount of talking heads in this one is simply tedious.
Even for an Asylum film, Clash of the Furies feels exceptionally cheap and rushed. It’s almost as if they had John Morrison for a week and shot all of his scenes, which are many, by the seat of their arse. The production feels very disorganised. Most of the dialogue outside of essential plot details, are improvised and are allowed to tangent on for what seems like forever. Most of this film is talking, and that talking is quite obnoxious.
I wouldn’t recommend Clash of the Furies at all to anyone. It’s not bad enough to be worth watching, but it’s still pretty god damn bad. This adventure comedy as it were is severely lacking in either.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Action, Adventure
Director Scott Wheeler
Writer Scotty Mullen
Actors John Hennigan, Jamie Bernadette, Josh Fingerhut
Country United States
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Redcode RAW
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format 35 mm