Kevin Sorbo, Christopher Lambert, and Melissa Ordway star in The Sword and the Sorcerer director Albert Pyun's imaginative fantasy adventure following a determined princess on her quest to defeat an infernal enchantress with the help of a powerful warrior. During the course of their arduous crusade, the brave warriors battle mythical creatures, and make a shocking discovery about the past. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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A very large part of this movie was narration, as if they didn't have enough budget to complete the movie. Keven Sorbo does an OK job, but there is far too little decent material. Also the production quality is low. Avoid watching this movie, it is a total waste of time.
This movie was so bad, it was kinda fascinating to watch. Wooden acting, slow motion lines, you could just see the green screen during action scenes. Too much narration and skipping around in the beginning. "Two months later," "two months ago"... I did like the flashing scenes though with iridescent lighting - that was pretty cool. It needed a bigger budget, better direction, better acting, and a better editor.