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Pure to its junky intentions, if you like your movies served to you without confusion as to the character or their narrative arc, here it is: The destiny of a viking.
A bit of low-budget Nordic nonsense that only makes you appreciate the visual finesse and rowdy discipline of the History channel's "Vikings."
Several bloody battle sequences generally lack excitement and visual flair yet are far superior to the wooden dialogue and amateurish acting that bridge them together.
Viking Destiny looks like a fairly cheap production ... That's forgivable, but there's no excuse for the story ... to possess the same sort of jury-rigged feel.
Finds its own Valhalla to be more like Perdition -- a mediocre middle ground it's stuck in for all eternity.
This fantastically wooden and dodgily acted British Viking fantasy appears to be the result of its creators binge-watching Games of Thrones, although the battle scenes here are about as thunderous as a sparrow's fart.
This low-budget Viking drama is an undistinguished effort even within its undistinguished historic/action subgenre.
Of Gods and Monsters is unlikely to trigger rapturous applause from whoever is watching, but is more than satisfying and sees a strong cast work their magic.
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