It's a grudge match 2300 years in the making: in this corner, Alexander the Great wielding a sword handed down from Apollo. And in the other corner: his jealous cousin Herodotus. That's the imaginative premise of this handsomely lensed, bluntly directed reincarnation action picture.
Beefing up traditional martial artistry with swordplay is a savvy move, but the film's plot never takes off. Instead of taking off from the premise that Alexander the Great is back in town, this ho-hum film peters out into nothingness.
What are those blue-lit flashbacks sinewy detective Andrew (Lorenzo Lamas) experiences at crime scenes, especially after homicides? Doesn't he reali...