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Dragon Storm (2004)

TV Movie  -   -  Action | Fantasy | Sci-Fi  -  24 January 2004 (USA)
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Rival kings in the dark ages attempt to unite and defeat an alien dragon menace.

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Silas
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Medina (as Angel Boris)
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Ling
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Remmegar
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Theldag
Iskra Angelova ...
Nessa
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King Fastrad
John Hansson ...
King Wednesbury
Ivaylo Geraskov ...
Gelmaro
Tyrone Pinkham ...
Ulfius
Jeff Rank ...
Royal Guard
Maxim Gentchev ...
Fastrad's Guard
Vlado Nikolov ...
Messanger
Peter Verlinden ...
Boy #1
Alex Nesterov ...
Boy #2
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Rival kings in the dark ages attempt to unite and defeat an alien dragon menace.

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Rated PG-13 for violence and brief partial nudity | See all certifications »
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During the attack on the castle, one of the characters employs a telescope. Telescopes were not invented until the 17th century See more »

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King Fastrad: It very big. Big is good in presents.
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I'll have your nuggets for lunch!
19 March 2005 | by (Minnesota, USA) – See all my reviews

I honestly don't think this movie was meant to be taken very seriously; if you can watch it with a sense of humor, it's actually pretty fun. We've got John Rhys Davies, the evil king of some downtrodden acreage, wearing a crown that looks like it came with a kid's meal at Burger King. He hams up his performance throughout. His "castle" (which looks like an abandoned church that the roof rotted off of decades ago) gets destroyed by dragons, and he and his remaining men set off to the neighboring kingdom for shelter. Along the way they get lost, and meet a huntsman who helps them find their way. It's rather humorous because they show a map of the kingdoms and pan the camera across it to show the journey, but according to the map there's a road they could have followed. I guess if they're too stupid to even know which direction the neighboring kingdom is in, they're too stupid to take the road.

So they take refuge with the neighboring king, while all the time plotting to overthrow him. However, the main story is with the huntsman, who teams up with the king's daughter (played by Angel Boris), and some other folks to go hunt the dragons. By far the best part of this movie is the main battle with the dragons, which takes place at night. This is simply beautiful - a large bright moon, marvelous looking dragons skimming above the tree tops, one getting hit with an exploding spear and falling, trailing fire to the ground. The special effects in this sequence simply do not belong in a low budget movie like this, they're WAY too good. How in the world were they able to pull this off with the money they had? I've seen movies with similar budgets where the CGI was absolutely laughable, yet this stuff is not only completely believable, but moody and atmospheric as well.

Of course, there's some comedic dialog going on during this wonderful battle, provided by the woman with the large crossbow who keeps yelling "Fire!" when she wants it fired, even though she's the one firing it.

Overall, if you can take a large dose of cheese with your really cool dragon battles, you'll probably get a good bit of entertainment out of this. If you're looking for a serious movie, you'll be terribly disappointed. I enjoyed it immensely.


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