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Pic benefits greatly from Ben Kingsley's brilliantly nuanced reading of frankly bombastic narration.
Comparisons will inevitably be made to "Pirates of the Caribbean," but "Crusoe" is really a throwback to the cheerfully silly first-run syndicated hours ("Sinbad!" "Sheena!" "Conan!") a few years…
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Bears the hallmarks of the recent trilogy: Dazzling visuals -- in this case, almost three-dimensional computer animation -- rousing battle sequences and clunky dialogue.
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