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Revisiting DreamWork's 'Sinbad' from 2003

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Revisiting DreamWork's 'Sinbad' from 2003

Postby Charles » Sun Jul 21, 2013 11:08 am

If you haven't seen the DreamWorks animated feature film "Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas" released in 2003 then you're in for a treat cuz here's your chance.

Although a disappointment to the studio in its theatrical run, the film is much better than the box office results would suggest. Excellent production standards with highly imaginative content, Sinbad really pushed the envelope in the integration of hand drawn and CG animation. It's a testament to the skills and talents of the DreamWorks crews. You can see the seeds of modern DreamWorks in this movie.

Sadly, this was to be the studio's last foray into hand drawn animation for feature films. But we still have the movie to inspire us.

Here's "Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas" in its entirety...

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