Review: The Legend of Zorro

After just two movies, and I’m at the conclusion that it’s time for retirement for the man in the black mask. With this sequel, I can assure you that you’re not missing out if you happened to miss this so-called legend.
The story is simply put, not very interesting. Yeah yeah, home town in danger blablabla. The dialogue isn’t much better, and most punchlines are close to just being corny. Following the predictable story, we get into a few action sequences, but that’s just not enough. As a total, it’s just a standard hero movie. Nothing extra to make it stand out. The first one at least had Anthony Hopkins, teaching the newbie Antonio Banderas. Hence, this one feels pretty empty. While it’s not totally boring, there are a few times it was closely bordering it.6½.

3 Responses to “Review: The Legend of Zorro”

  1. Tienz Says:

    And Catherine Zeta-Jones doesn’t add to it? No girl-power at all??

  2. KaNam Says:

    Only a tiny bit of that, otherwise it might even have been just a 6 !

  3. Mr T Says:

    I would not speak of girl-power, but in her case woman-power. I would say that 50% of Kim’s grade is due to Catherine (he was drooling during the whole movie).

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