Sinbad: A Flying Princess and a Secret Island

Alt title: Sinbad: Sora Tobu Hime to Himitsu no Shima

Movie (1 ep x 50 min)
2015
3.413 out of 5 from 59 votes
Rank #8,210
Sinbad: A Flying Princess and a Secret Island

A hardworking and curious boy named Sinbad dreams of becoming a sailor and traveling around the world. One day, he encounters a mysterious girl on a flying wooden horse and a group of men who chases her by flying carpets. Flying carpet, iron ship, attacking giant birds, and the secret island… Many hardships remain ahead of him!

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"Sinbad: A Flying Princess and a Secret Island" - A Lighthearted Adventure for Younger Viewers Story (5/10): "Sinbad: A Flying Princess and a Secret Island" offers a simple and straightforward adventure suitable for a younger audience. The story follows Sinbad, a young and adventurous boy, as he embarks on a journey to rescue a kidnapped princess from a mysterious island. While the plot is uncomplicated, it lacks the depth and complexity found in more mature anime. It serves as a decent introduction to adventure stories for children but may leave older viewers wanting more intricate storytelling. Animation (6/10): The animation in "Sinbad" is colorful and vibrant, which aligns well with its target demographic. The character designs are appealing, and the island's settings are visually engaging. However, the animation quality does not reach the level of detail and fluidity seen in top-tier anime. It caters to its intended audience but might not fully satisfy those seeking high-quality animation. Sound (5/10): The soundtrack and sound effects in "Sinbad" are adequate but not particularly memorable. The background music complements the adventurous tone of the series, but it lacks the depth and complexity found in more mature anime soundtracks. Voice acting is suitable for the characters but doesn't stand out as exceptional. Characters (5/10): The characters in "Sinbad" are fairly one-dimensional, with straightforward motivations and personalities. Sinbad himself is the archetypal adventurous hero, while the princess is the quintessential damsel in distress. The supporting characters, including Sinbad's animal companions, are charming but lack depth. The lack of character development limits emotional investment in their journeys. Overall (5/10): "Sinbad: A Flying Princess and a Secret Island" is an anime designed primarily for younger viewers or those seeking a light and uncomplicated adventure. It succeeds in providing a straightforward plot with colorful visuals and simple characters, making it accessible to children and those new to anime. However, it falls short in terms of offering the depth, complexity, and character development that many anime enthusiasts seek. While it may entertain its intended audience, older viewers may find it lacking in substance.

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