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This movie is lame. I don't even think that I would say that I would let my kids watch it because I think that they would get bored. The only thing worth while are the pyrotechnics, and I can only assume that they spent way too much on them since the rest of the movie is so terrible. A story about a family having their own dragon? And I mean really, how could the prince be dumb enough to not know that the bad guys was ruling like an jerk in his name? And generally I'm all into girl power movies, but seriously, that chick has absolutely no idea what she's doing with the sword and she's supposed to teach the prince? I will give one praise to this movie, the best line in the whole movie is as follows: "The boy lost his mind when his monster died." I would strongly suggest not seeing this movie... ever. It is a total waste of time, and hopefully it will never have a sequel!
Oh yeah - and it's super lame that they call the dragon "Galgi" - BARF!
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