The 13th Warrior

  • 1999

46 %
33 % Rotten
$ 30 Million

The 13th Warrior is a 1999 English-language Action Adventure movie directed by John Mctiernan and produced by John Mctiernan, Michael Crichton and Ned Dowd under the banner of Touchstone Pictures. A cultured diplomat joins a band of savage warriors in time to meet an even fearsome enemy in this historical adventure. In 922 A.D., Ibn Fadlan (Antonio Banderas) is a Muslim emissary from Baghdad en route to meet with the King of Saqaliba when he is captured by a gang of Vikings. While Ibn and his people are intelligent and well-mannered, the Vikings are a rowdy and sometimes unpleasant lot, with an unquenchable appetite for food, alcohol, and women. However, in time he develops an understanding and respect for the Viking warriors and is welcomed into their society by their leader, Buliwyf. However, Ibn must now join them as they return to their homeland once they receive word of an invasion by a huge pack of bloodthirsty invaders who will destroy and eat anything in their path -- including the flesh of the men they have killed. The 13th warrior stars Antonio Banderas, Diane Venora, Omar Sharif, Dennis Storhøi, Vladimir Kulich, Anders T. Andersen and Chris Hagel. The screenplay is written by William Wisher, Jr. and Warren Lewis which is inspired from Eaters of the Dead by Michael Crichton. The music was composed by Jerry Goldsmith. Cinematography was done by Peter Menzies Jr. and editing by John Wright. The film has a running time of 103 minutes. It was released on 28th October 1999. The 13th Warrior was made on a budget of $160 million and at the box office it grossed only $61 million. Distribution rights for the film were acquired by Buena Vista Pictures.

Release Date 28 OCT 1999
Run Time 1 HOUR 42 MINUTES
Budget $ 160 MILLION

English, Latin, Swedish, , Danish, Arabic


Action , Adventure , History

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