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Dragon Dynasty (2006)

Returning from China, Marco Polo is given a stone by the Chinese Emperor after successfully establishing trading relationships with the country. Unknown to Marco, the stone unlocks the ... See full summary »

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Marco
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Giovanni
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Gao Ling
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Ava
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Shang Sel
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Gao
Hristo Shopov ...
King Agostino
Jeff Shann ...
Imperial Soldier
Harry Anichkin ...
Orloff
Jonas Talkington ...
Lorenzo
Atanas Srebrev ...
Luigi (as Nasko Srebrev)
Suzette Kolaga ...
Ellizabetta
Ivaylo Geraskov ...
Stefano
Itai Diakov ...
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Returning from China, Marco Polo is given a stone by the Chinese Emperor after successfully establishing trading relationships with the country. Unknown to Marco, the stone unlocks the gates to the dragon world. When Marco is attacked on his journey, and the stone stolen, two fire-spitting dragons are released, bent on killing Marco and his companions. A merciless fight between man and beasts is about to begin.

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He was the first European explorer to reach China. And if two dragons have their way, he'll be the last.

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Adventure | Fantasy

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22 July 2006 (USA)  »

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A Dinastia do Dragão  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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Decent
23 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

I watched this last night on Sci-Fi. I found it very enjoyable. The action scenes were well done, with about three or four "wow, that was cool" moments. The underwater shot was brilliant...I'm glad they took the time to do that. I liked that the story was embedded in a historical setting and tried to stay true to that.

The only major disappointment for me was that I really didn't care about the characters. Their life/death and happiness/sadness didn't really matter to me. I'm not sure why...perhaps it was the clichéd scenes surrounding their life/death and happiness/sadness.

I give it a 6 out of 10, mostly based on enjoyment rather than the criteria for what makes a "good movie".


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