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The Scorpion King 2: Rise of a Warrior [Blu-ray] [2008] [US Import]

3.6 out of 5 stars 59 customer reviews

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: All Regions (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001AV3BXG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 391,552 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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When a young Mathayus witnesses his father's death at the hands of the king (Randy Couture), his quest for vengeance transforms him into the most feared warrior of the ancient world.

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The Scorpion King 2: Rise of a Warrior is a dazzling prequel to the 2002 adventure movie The Scorpion King, the latter starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as Mathayus, the warrior who takes on an evil army attacking his homeland. The Scorpion King 2 stars Michael Copon as a young Mathayus, who trains to become one of his king's warriors and then declares vengeance on the evil Sargon after the latter kills Mathayus' father. The hero's ascension as a noble fighter coincides with Sargon's usurping of the throne, leading Mathayus to seek a supernatural means to destroy him. His quest leads him to the infamous labyrinth in which the Minotaur feasts on men, and to the underworld itself, a horrifying place in which people become ensnared and die very slowly. Accompanied by a childhood friend-turned-warrior (Karen Shenaz David) and a philosopher-huckster (Simon Quarterman), Mathayus bravely but uncertainly battles through one obstacle after another to complete his journey. Directed by Australian filmmaker Russell Mulcahy (Resident Evil: Extinction), The Scorpion King 2 is a suspenseful and sometimes startling feature, with art direction and special effects that evoke the mysteries of ancient Greece and indeed make the underworld look like a most unearthly and nightmarish place. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to an alternate Blu-ray edition.

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Format: DVD
An interesting attempt to plot the early life of The Scorpion King. In some ways it succeeds but in others it fails. Having watched The Mummy Returns (the first time The Scorpion King appears) and then The Scorpion King which was, itself, a prequel to the events of The Mummy Returns I guess the idea of traveling further back in his life was a natural step for this film. The cast are relative unknowns, although I guess the same could be said of The Rock as an actor prior to the two films already mentioned. As a swords and sorcery tale it worked pretty well but I wasn't as convinced by the lead as I had been by The Rock, who made the role so much more believable. Karen David as the companion was, I felt, stronger in her convictions and carried her part well. The action wasn't quite as "thrilling" as the DVD case lead you to believe (nor was Karen David quite as voluptuous!) but on the whole I enjoyed the film. I had intended to buy it earlier but it was wise to wait for the price to drop as I would not have been quite so happy had I paid more than I did for it. Had Stephen Sommers been involved perhaps it would have made it stronger but sadly he wasn't and the film misses his input.
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I'm going to make this quick. I've seen this movie already. As a fan of the Mummy franchise, and the subsequent Scorpion King movie, I thought this would be good. It's not. It's actually a prequel to the Scorpion King, purporting to show how he came to be that character. It is possibly the dullest movie I've seen in years. Seriously, do not spend any more than a pound on this in your nearest bargain bin store. The producers of this should be ashamed of this abysmal effort.
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After seeing some heavy horror movies of late, I picked this movie up for a calm night. I had seen the Scorpion King way long ago and it was totally rubbish, why have that movie to link with the brilliant Mummy movies? The second one is the worst I have seen for a while, it's a pequel to the first and never had seen so many people from different places in this film. The acting is poor, the story is so dire that my sister went to sleep half way through! The special effects are terrible, if they made it any more fake I would be rolling on the floor laughing. If you liked the first one, be warned. It's not a follow-on of the first one, you see unknown actors trying to either frown or have very silly accents. Many would probably disagree with my review but some would feel the same way. Dire film, don't waste your money for it.
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Format: Blu-ray
As a follower of Russell Mulcahey's films, as well as thoroughly enjoying
" The Scorpion King", I bought this with high expectations of a really
good night's viewing.
To say this film is a disgraceful waste of time and money would be an understatement !!!!!!!!!!
The alarm bells should have been ringing extremely LOUD :
1. No theatrical release - ???
2. No publicity or Chatroom analysis ???
3. No Mr. Mulcahey talking up the Movie ???

1 + 2 + 3 = DUD FILM - save your Money - it's an absolute DOG of a film
made worse by diluting the Blu Ray experience with Lo -Tech effects,
dodgey Sound Field and wooden acting coupled with "street slang"
dialogue.

This will end up getting a " Worst Movie Award" on par with "Bloodrayne"
and degrades the first "Scorpion King " Movie by using "The Scorpion King"
in it's title. Shameful to say the least.
of th
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Format: DVD
As action films goes this is okay. Did not enjoy as much as the first Scorpion King but, having said that, the first film had a really good story line and the leading man was the 'Rock'. The follow up does not seem to have the quality of the first and the story line is not as captivating but, I would veiw it again. On the whole I do recommend this dvd to all who enjoy fantasy action. Yes' its worth buying.
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Format: Blu-ray
I was hoping this would live up to my expectations, having previously enjoyed the other films from the franchise, but from the start, it was all too apparent that this was a low budget attempt to cash in on previous successes.

The acting was wooden, actually it was more MDF than chipboard & the special effects were bitterly disappointing & the CGI scorpion in particular was laughable.

I'd suggest anyone interested in watching this film, rent before buying !

Poor Randy Couture, bet he's kicking himself for 'starring' in this turkey...
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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
This is not at all like the other Scorpion King ... it is rather like a bad B movie version which lacked funds for special effects
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Russell Mulcahey's character spends time on a quest and returns in time to save his country. This is very much in the spirit of the first Scorpion King movie, it is a prequel to the first story and is really no less thrilling, so if you like action and thrills this may be for you. With this kind of film you get the feeling there's nothing harmful in it, nothing certainly that is offensively violent or erotic so if the protagonists endure taunts from the villain the story itself is a million miles away from reality and that's just how entertainment should be. Equally obvious is the lack of any feeling of high art or of social commentary coming out as a result of the story but that's what you go for isn't it. Overall I see no reason why this or the first movie should not receive really good reviews based on their power to entertain and enthral.
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