My father spent years preparing it for the Book. You know, for what it's worth, I think the council believes you now. Gentlemen, we're heading to Fiji! Drawn underwater by Cetus, Sinbad is saved by the beautiful Goddess of Discord, , who offers him any boon he desires in exchange for the Book of Peace. For as long as I can remember, I've dreamed of this moment. Anticipating this, Eris impersonates Sinbad and steals the Book. You disappear for ten years, show up, and rob me? Yes, if that's what you want to call it.
As the film opens, Sinbad's pirate ship attacks a ship commanded by Proteus, who is in possession of The Book of Peace, a sacred volume of incalculable value to the future of Syracuse. I've always loved the sea. Well, I see you're busy, so listen, we'll just take the Book of Peace and get of your way. I already said thank you. Only the most foolish of captains would dare to sail a ship through this! We will retire in the tropics. That was a whole new blessing unto itself.
If he fails on this quest, his childhood friend Prince Proteus of Syracuse will take Sindbad's death penalty, while Eris gains a desired foothold of power in the world of mortals. I mean, look at my ship! Marina's looking the other way. This has got to be a little embarrassing for you, Eris. Find some logs and be quick about it. The tree sap would be perfect for. Advertisement Sinbad runs away and finds a career commanding a pirate vessel with his first mate, a stalwart giant named Kale. You don't know what's in his heart.
It's a shame it'll never get there. So I meet Eris, the Goddess of Chaos. Whose idea was that again? So how do we get there? I think we lost him! I offer you the gratitude of the Twelve Cities, and the apology of a king. It was like we'd rehearsed it. These moldings came all the way from Damascus! All hands to your posts! And is this what you always wanted? You really have to give it up? You're cute, but not that cute. The men can't take much more.
Well, she did save the ship, Captain. At one point, Shaheen asked Katzenberg to include some references to in the film. Will that be the same Tartarus from which no sailor ever returns? Let him go to Tartarus and recover the Book. Men, all sails to Syracuse! Gentlemen, it's been a privilege robbing with you. Well, you're right about that. You're a selfish, unprincipled liar! Oh, but this can't be real.
I also really enjoyed how smart and delectable the dialogue was between these characters. As with every Sinbad movie, you always want to see more far off lands and more creatures. My game has rules, Sinbad. This is handled with great tact in a conversation in which both men agree that her basic motivation is to sail away and see the world, although she also, I suspect, has a burning desire to see the bunk in Sinbad's cabin. Or bring back your dead body if you fail. At least he's not out robbing someone. That the film removes the story from its context and places it in a Greek setting earned it some criticism.
Where do you think you're going? Can you navigate on your own? You're either a thief or a hero. Our marriage was arranged many years ago. Dinner and drinks are on the prince. Sinbad, you don't have a heart. Why should you or Proteus or anyone have to die?!. Now, set a course for Fiji.
Are you sure you know what. I have responsibilities in Syracuse. What are you doing here? Sinbad tries to steal the book anyway, but is prevented when attacks the ship. With the Book restored to Syracuse, Sinbad and his crew prepare to leave on another voyage, leaving Marina in Syracuse. And you chipped the paint! I think the delegates from Manoli are trying to give a toast. You claim that Eris stole the Book.