Every film that has ever been nominated for an Academy Award in any category. Enjoy!
You will believe.
In an ancient time when majestic fire-breathers soared through the skies, a knight named Bowen comes face to face and heart to heart with the last dragon on Earth, Draco. Taking up arms to suppress a tyrant king, Bowen soon realizes his task will be harder than he'd imagined: If he kills the king, Draco will die as well.
I thought this was going to be a badly acted, cheesily written, plot hole filled mess spattered with dodgy CGI.
It actually turned out to be a reasonably performed, thoughtfully written, half-cheerful little movie spattered with dodgy CGI that I'm glad I caught on channel god knows what in a hotel room when the only other thing on was Tracey Beaker.
This movie broke my heart as a kid. ALL ACORDING TO THE THEME OF THE FILM.
My Grandmother kept saying that Dennis Quaid is a Muslim. That brings it up a star alone
"Like a pudding."
Featuring Dennis Quaid as a maybe-I-am-Scottish or maybe-I'm-Harrison-Ford sounding badass, Sean Connery as a fairly impressive dragon, Jason Isaacs already prepping his future as a typecast slimeball, and David Thewlis, delivering a performance so bizarrely stereotyped and over-the-top, it's hard to believe he moved on to be a reasonably respected actor.
Dragonheart, teaching kids to aim for the dick since 1996.
There have been worse films about dragons.
Sean Connery speaking more Scottish than ever as a dragon...
What's not to like...?!?
An overrated adventure film starring the voice of Sean Connery.
A mess that has not aged super well. High fantasy never seems to do well when it's 'between' movements, and being between the practical effects of the 80's era and the CGi generation of the 2000's, there is much that doesn't look great here; although, the characterization of the dragon character should be applauded. There is coloring and lighting problems, plus the blend still leans towards practical.
There is an excellent, if badly used, gang of bad guys. Really underrated when you get such a good looking group of bad guys together.
Connery is playing Connery as a horny dragon. I can't decide if he's going to eat or fuck anyone he's on screen with.
Quaid is going for full…
The Dennis Quaid / Sean Connery Gravelly-Voice Competition wears thin too soon. Cartoonish hokum lacks even nerd-appeal.
I watched this movie years ago as a child with my dad. Now I bought it to watch it again. And it was one of the most emotional ending I ever saw. Great movie about a real friendship!
An Irish queen enters a pact with a dragon to save her dying son, the brand-newly crowned Einon, but Einon's newfound near-immortality backfires when he turns out to be a real jerk. So, our hero, Bowen, dedicates his life to hunting down this dragon (with the mistaken assumption that the dragon's heart 'poisoned' Einon's mind), but ends up befriending him and helping a woman who wants to lead a peasant uprising. This movie looks pretty dated now, but I seem to remember thinking its CGI accomplishments were pretty impressive when they were new. I liked this movie a lot when I was younger, but now it's sort of this weird mishmash of slapstick and little kid humor mixed with violence…
I really like this movie. But yes i know it has a lot of issues. Sean Connery's voice was perfect for the role of Draco. It has a cool story. The Dragon looked decent. For 90s computer effects it was par.
Filme zu schauen, die man aus der Kindheit oder frühen Jugend noch kennt nimmt meistens kein gutes Ende. Dragonheart schafft es keine komplette Enttäuschung zu sein. Die Grundstory ist super und das Ende überzeugt. Die Charaktere sind leider nicht vollends ausgereift und die schauspielerische Leistung lässt etwas zu wünschen übrig. Insgesamt aber durchaus sehenswert.
Usually when you rewatch a movie you know from you're childhood it doesn't end that well. Here Dragonheart manages to not become a total disappointment. The main story is nice and the ending convicing. Unfortunately the characters aren't well developed and the acting isn't really great either. Overall still a very watchable film.
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