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I'll say it again. The best since Dragonslayer. Not the acting of course. But the dragons are killer. This is what dragon design is all about. This is what they should look like. When I saw Dungeons and Dragons, I was so utterly raging about how stupid and cheesy the dragons looked. Especially the red dragons. Now this movie, it's got some bad points. The worst are choppy editing and the acting was poor, but I've seen much worse! But the selling point is the dragons. That is what you came to see and that is what you get. Don't be put off by the other reviewers. If you can find this one for $1 rental, hell, even if you pay $3 for it, it's worth it if you love dragon movies. I wasn't expecting anything good at all when I rented it, and I read some reviews here before I watched it and was pleasantly happy with the results. The dragons get a huge role in the movie, not just a snippet here and there to tease you. It really delivers the goods in terms of effects. Why are you still reading this: GO and RENT
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