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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
Sean Connery speaking more Scottish than ever as a dragon...
What's not to like...?!?
#4 of the Medieval Movie Marathon
This film is like a fairy tale. Like a family film, but unlike a lot of the other family films this one is actually really good. Believable characters, interesting, thrilling as well as funny plot and nice screenwriting.
I enjoy it everytime, no matter how often I see it.
"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.
Draco is impressive by 90s standards, though it's been a while since I've seen it. My best guess is that it hasn't aged too well.
Esto es un a película para niños con lo siguiente.
Al cabrón que le ponen el corazón de dragón, lo empujan y se clava una estaca en el corazón y no hay problema alguna en mostrarnos que eso paso y que se esta desangrando.
Una operación a corazón abierto para ponerle el corazón de dragón o un pedazo del corazón de dragón, no me fije bien.
Cosas cool que no me fije o no sabia, es que Sean Connery es el a voz de Drago el Dragon.
No invirtieron mucha imaginación en los nombres.
I haven't see this in years, but I found it for $5 on Blu-ray so I could not pass it up. So, after all this time, has it held up, yes and no. The story is still fun, and some of the acting is good, some of it is down right bad, plus the CGI is sketchy in parts, but for almost 20 years old, I would say it looks really good overall. Dennis Quaid is good for the most part, although his accent does falter every now and again. All it all, it is not as good as I remember it, but is still a fun watch none the less.
This is a great fantasy story and has a pretty amazing cast, bringing the tale of the worlds last dragon and a king who has a lust for killing and ruling over the land. With the great Sean Conery doing the voice of the dragon, it brings a great feel to the movie and one for all viewers.
There have been worse films about dragons.
Somebody once told me that The Desolation Of Smaug was stupid because the dragon talked.
A wonderful and original take on the Knights Vs. Dragons genre, except this one has a twist that makes it worth while. I think Draco is one of Sean Connery's most underestimated roles. He plays an amazing dragon.
I love this movie! It might be a bit cheesy but it's so light hearted and funny. Have to watch it whenever I have a chance. Also, the reason why every dragon I come upon on books have Sean Connery's voice. Really, all dragons should have his voice...
Held up WAY better than I expected. Despite a shaky start, some dodgy CGI, (how many times can you reuse the same bit of animation without thinking people won't notice?) and looking like it has the same production values as Xena, the real saving grace is the movie's sense of humour. It's unashamedly silly and slapsticky, and Dennis Quaid makes the most of the corny screenplay.
Decent movie, but the ending is still killer.
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