Watch A Full Scene From Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time

Tired of seeing only quick flashes of the Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time movie? Here's 55 seconds' worth of Prince Jake running across rooftops, dodging arrows and swinging from ropes for your viewing pleasure, courtesy of ComingSoon.Net.

This certainly seems to be the sort of trouble we'd expect the Prince to get into. Of course it also looks like the sort of action we'd expect from a live-action version of Aladdin, but I suppose that's unavoidable. Persia's just filled with dashing heroes running across rooftops, thwarting guards in dangerous ways. It's their national bird.

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time will be in cinemas on May 27.

First Clip From Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time []


    Don't get your hopes up. A friend of mine saw a preview screening of this and said it was pretty crappy. Apparently David Stratton actually got up and walked out two thirds into the movie... Margaret stuck around for the ending though.

      who listens to those 2 old farts reviews though?

        LOL spot on! I think the best way to sum them up is to watch the parody of them from Comedy Inc.
        LOLS all around.

        But yeah - i knew all along this was going to be very terrible. That chase sequence looks so cheap aswell. Trying to be Avatar by releasing a chase sequence before release, thats just wrong!

        Considering the budget, this looks cheap. I mean you can tell this was done on some set. They looks so fake and poor. If i am proved wrong, well, thats even worse!

          I think they're quite informative, though I rarely remember to watch the show. Even though they will generally like the more artistic movies they give credit where credit is due and generally offer the opinions of people other than themselves. That is to say that even if they don't like it they will say if the movie will appeal to a younger audience, or a more action-movie oriented audience.

          Oh and Comedy Inc has never been funny. EVER.

    This is probably the best part of the movie.


    Surely it will be better in context, right? I mean, the other sets would be more realistic and the fight scenes would be more exhilarating, right? Right?

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