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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Peter Canavese
A ridiculous though not entirely unpleasant way to while away ninety-two minutes.
August 13, 2008
Michael Rechtshaffen
All the necessary exposition prevents the picture from rising above your generic sand 'n' sandal adventure.
April 24, 2002
Dan Via
A fairly by-the-books blend of action and romance with sprinklings of intentional and unintentional comedy.
April 19, 2002
Nick Rogers
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."
October 16, 2010
Max Messier
Predecessors The Mummy and The Mummy Returns stand as intellectual masterpieces next to The Scorpion King.
July 11, 2008
Stephen Holden
The Scorpion King may look like a movie, but it feels like a food fight.
April 20, 2002
Michael Wilmington
Another grandiose, hyperactive crock, full of lame jokes and gorgeous, stupefying images.
July 20, 2002
Ed Park
Russell lacks the visual panache, the comic touch, and perhaps the budget of Sommers's title-bout features.
April 23, 2002
Richard Roeper
Wimps out by going for that PG-13 rating, so the more graphic violence is mostly off-screen and the sexuality is muted.
April 22, 2002