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Once again, people come under attack from dragons and some guys are dispatched to defeat them.
Thankfully, this movie isn't anywhere near the level of insufferable boredom "Reign of Fire" had. Actually, despite dragons being majestic and impressive, films featuring dragons rarely reflect similar aspects.
"Dragon Storm" is surprisingly not based on the screenwriter's "dungeons and dragons" experiences which sets this apart from most similar ones.
John Rhys-Davis as usual plays an untrustworthy character, something terribly common, actually. This man succeeds in showing charisma quite well yet often plays unlikable characters.
As for storyline, actually there's occasionally long gaps between action scenes although the characters generally have more substance than Syfy's regular films and there is sometimes comic relief. The inclusion of the medieval equivalent of horny drunken teens were pretty amusing.
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