First of all, there isn't much to spoil so I'm just going to lay it all out there. Movie starts off with "One Eye" being tied up and used as I guess some sort of entertainment fighter or something. They never really explain why he's being made to fight people, but he's a slave to some pagans. Then he's sold to some guy, who he kills and escapes from, and takes the boy with him who was nice to him while he was a slave. Then he comes across a tiny group of Christians. They're Nords (ex-vikings who now believe in Christianity) and they're on their way to Jerusalem to help reclaim the Holy Lands in part of one of the Crusades. They convince One Eye to come along with them. At this point, most of the action of the movie has ceased. They get in their boat, come across a great mist that they can't navigate in, and are lost at sea for a long time and almost die of thirst. A small fight breaks out and One Eye kills one of the Nords who tries to sacrifice the boy to make God lift the mist. Pretty dumb. More boring waiting. Eventually the mist lifts, and apparently they find themselves in what appears to be North America. Now, it IS historically accurate that Vikings did land in North America while looking for GREENLAND once upon a time.. but to land there looking for Jerusalem? Honestly that was so stupid, I can't imagine who came up with something like that. Anyway, so they land in North America and cry and sob and whine, dry-hump in the mud (literally) and go a little crazy. Finally, they kill most of themselves off till there's just 3 or 4 of them left, then it's just One Eye and his boy, then there's spooky Native Americans out of nowhere, and they kill One Eye, and that's the end of the movie. The "One Eye" character literally does not speak even one single word throughout this movie, which is kind of lame in my opinion, but to each their own. The boy speaks for One Eye, and even gives him that name, which at first was kinda funny, but got old, especially when the Nords continued to ask the boy for One Eye's opinions, wisdom or advice, and the boy would just make crap up off the top of his head and One Eye never corrected him and everyone took the kid's blind BS guesses at face value, very dumb. Also, historians agree that the Vikings and Nords were experts at living off of the land. It was demonstrated that this Nord group had at least one bow with arrows, but apparently they never killed and ate a single animal after landing in North America and just decided to go a little crazy instead? VERY DUMB. Aside from a lack of women, they could have thrived, or at least survived long enough to stockpile enough food and water and leave again by boat within a week. But they totally did not do that, this movie made no sense and did not acknowledge the fact that medieval men could hunt & gather. Being killed off by the Native Americans made sense once you're willing to make peace with the nonsense that they accidentally wound up in North America in the first place, but they could have gone about that a lot better. No real fighting took place, it was kind of like "ok, please kill me now if you'd like" and they hit him over the head. So dull, and anti-climactic. Not at all in the fighting spirit that was prevalent in the first half of the movie. Also, take a good look at the main characters face and determine if you like staring at it or not, because honestly (and I do mean honestly) roughly 20% of this movie's footage is just the camera pointed at his face from an upward-facing-angle while he looks down at it or away, all "stoic" like and says nothing. For real, 20% of the movie I'd guess is the camera just focused on this guy's face for no particularly great reason. VERY DULL. I really did want to like this movie, and I did like the beginning somewhat, but there was too much that didn't make sense, too much misrepresentation, and too much boredom and little action with no good ending to make up for it.