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Dungeons & Dragons (2000)

Profion, a tyrant, attempts to overthrow a peaceful kingdom ruled by a tough empress.

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Azmath
Tomas Havrlik ...
Mage
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Vildan Vildir
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Martin Astles ...
Orc #1
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David O'Kelly ...
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The Empire of Izmer has long been a divided land. The Mages - an elite group of magic-users - rule whilst the lowly commoners are powerless. Izmer's young Empress, Savina, wants equality and prosperity for all, but the evil Mage Profion is plotting to depose her and establish his own rule. The Empress possesses a scepter which controls Izmer's Golden Dragons. To challenge her rule, Profion must have the scepter, and tricks the Council of Mages into believing Savina is unfit to hold it. Knowing that Profion will bring death and destruction to Izmer, Savina must find the legendary Rod of Savrille, a mythical rod that has the power to control Red Dragons, a species even mightier than the Gold. Enter two thieves, Ridley and Snails, who unwittingly become instrumental in Savina's search for the Rod. Joined by a feisty Dwarf named Elwood, and helped by the Empress's expert tracker, the Elf Norda, the young heroes go in search of the Rod of Savrille. From the deadly maze of the Thieves Guild... Written by Wizards of the Coast

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scepter | empress | empire | mage | dragon | See All (118) »

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Rated PG-13 for fantasy action violence | See all certifications »

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8 December 2000 (USA)  »

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Calabozos y dragones  »

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$45,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$7,237,422, 10 December 2000, Wide Release

Gross USA:

$15,220,685

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$33,807,409
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Richard O'Brien parodies his own role from The Crystal Maze (1990) (TV Series). See more »

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When Damodar is crouching to pull Snails out of the rug trap, the letter "R" is visible, in chalk, inside the right greave of his armor. See more »

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Profion: Not so talented eh, Mr Ridley!
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No dragons or other animals were hurt or injured during the filming of this motion picture. See more »

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References Lands of Lore: The Throne of Chaos (1994) See more »

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One of the worst movies ever made!
5 November 2005 | by See all my reviews

I couldn't agree more with what the majority of reviewers have to say about this film, it was the biggest pile of crap I've ever been cursed to see at the cinema. The acting was especially shocking and horrific, Jeremy Irons's acting was very bad, from this film alone you'd think he was an amateur and had never made a good film in his life but the truth is, aside of this farce he's a great actor, which is why it was really shocking to see him camp it up as the way over the top villain. Anyone who praises this rubbish as a good film needs their head examined, and I personally thought even the plethora of cgi effects were pretty lame! The amount of other fantasy films it rips off is incredible, but The Lord of the Rings and Stars Wars seem particularly prevalent for the movie to plunder it's ideas from, and the resulting effect is merely a travesty of those classics.


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