The Scorpion King Soundtrack (

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Rating: 5.50/10 from 145000 votes
Tags: sorceress, white camel
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

El rey escorpión

Title in Italiano:

Il re scorpione

Title in Português:

O Rei Escorpião

Title in Français:

Le roi scorpion

Title in Türk:

Akrep kral

Title in Deutsch:

The Scorpion King

Synopsis

In ancient Gomorrah, thousands of years before the Pyramids, the remaining free nomadic tribes are forced to form an uneasy alliance to put an end to mighty King Memnon's reign of tyranny.

One of the few survivors and the last of the Akkadians, the brave assassin, Mathayus, is entrusted with the impossible task of executing Memnon's fortune-telling sorceress, Cassandra, only to find himself up against a seemingly indestructible evil army.

Now, with the help of his new powerful allies, including the great warrior, Balthazar, Mathayus returns to the legendary city to infiltrate Memnon's impenetrable fortress in the desert and exact his revenge.

Is Mathayus destined to be the next Scorpion King?

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The Scorpion King
I Stand Alone
Sully Erna: Co-produced
Sully Erna: Writer
David Bottrill: Produced
Godsmack: Performer
Along the Way
Mushroomhead: Performer
Steve Felton: Writer
Steve Felton: Produced

User reviews

George Martinez
7/10

The use of traditional instruments and tribal rhythms in the soundtrack adds an authentic and immersive feel to the ancient setting of the film, transporting the audience to a different era.

George Williams
7/10

The memorable main theme of The Scorpion King is not only catchy and exciting but also effectively represents the character of Mathayus and his journey, leaving a lasting impression on the viewers long after the movie ends.

Linda Garcia
2/10

The use of repetitive and cliche musical motifs in The Scorpion King becomes tiresome and predictable, failing to elevate the excitement and tension of key scenes. The lack of creativity and originality in the soundtrack detracts from the film's potential to immerse the audience in the ancient world and characters' struggles.

Emily Lewis
7/10

The orchestral arrangements and thematic motifs in the soundtrack help to build tension and suspense during pivotal moments, keeping the audience engaged and on the edge of their seats.

Dorothy Scott
6/10

While the music in The Scorpion King is fitting for the ancient setting and the battle scenes, it lacks memorable themes or standout tracks that truly leave a lasting impression. The score serves its purpose in setting the mood, but it doesn't offer much in terms of originality or innovation.

Edward Adams
3/10

The soundtrack of The Scorpion King lacks depth and fails to capture the epic and mystical atmosphere of the ancient setting. The music feels generic and uninspired, missing an opportunity to enhance the storytelling and emotional impact of the film.

Donna Evans
8/10

The soundtrack of The Scorpion King perfectly captures the epic and adventurous tone of the movie, enhancing every action-packed scene with powerful and dynamic music.

Amanda Wilson
8/10

The emotional depth conveyed through the music in key moments of the movie, such as Mathayus' internal struggles and moments of triumph, is truly impactful and enhances the overall storytelling.

Deborah Thompson
6/10

Overall, the soundtrack of The Scorpion King is a solid companion to the film, providing a cohesive auditory experience that complements the visuals. However, it falls short of being a standout musical work on its own, blending into the background rather than standing out as a defining element of the movie.

Anthony Scott
5/10

The soundtrack of The Scorpion King effectively captures the epic and adventurous tone of the movie. The use of tribal rhythms and powerful orchestral arrangements enhances the action sequences and adds depth to the characters' emotional journey.

Susan Perez
4/10

The musical score in The Scorpion King often feels out of place and disconnected from the action on screen. Instead of complementing the intense battle scenes and dramatic moments, the soundtrack distracts and feels like an afterthought, diminishing the overall viewing experience.