‘Vikingdom’ Movie Review & Film Details

If you’re into epic action tales with a decent mix of violence and an inventive story line, then Vikingdom is your film. Not only does it feature all the above, it also dabbles into the world of mythology, providing an intense back story before the film even gets underway. Vikingdom is a step in the right direction for tales of men versus gods.

Dominic Purcell (Prison Break, Killer Elite) stars in the film as a man on a mission. As King Eirick, he goes up against Thor, a god with bad intentions for taking control of the world. It’s up to Elrick to save mankind before Thor reaches his goal. The film is directed by Yusry Kru.

Dominic Purcell is a British-Australian actor and he is currently 52 years old. He is from Wallasey, United Kingdom, and was married to Rebecca Williamson for 10 years. He has four children named Lily-Rose Purcell, Augustus Purcell, Audrey Purcell, and Joseph Purcell. Dominic has four siblings named Damian Purcell, Jamie Purcell, Patrick Purcell, and Marie-Theresa Purcell. Some of the movies he has been featured in are Blade: Trinity, Prison Break: The Final Break, and Killer Elite. 

Vikingdom was released as a home video on January 21, 2014, through Epic Pictures Releasing.


Vikingdom
receives a PAR

Rating:
P…Horrible
PA…Tolerable
PAR…Good
PARL…Kinda Great
PARLÉ… Classic


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