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Robert A. Dunne
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Jerry A. Vasilatos
I rented this from our local video store, hoping for what the back of the movie said was a fantastic fantasy including fights with dragons, magic and battle scenes. Ultimately, while there were no "dragon fights", there were several scenes of hand "animated" magic and overacting by the character Mordor. The overacting was to such an extreme it put his character into the borderline hilarity to allow us to have some comic relief.
All in all, I would have to say if you go into this knowing it's a "b" movie and need a good laugh, you're sure to get it. This could have been something great, but low budgets and cutting corners resulted in something that can't be taken seriously.
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