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Dragonquest (2009)

When an ancient warlord summons a mythological beast, a young hero must complete a series of quests to awaken the dragon that will defeat the monster.

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Kirill
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Gurion
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Arkadi
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Katya
Russell Reynolds ...
Anson (as G. Rusell Reynolds)
Jack Goldenberg ...
Frank
Richard Lund ...
King Agmar
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Rachek
Nihilist Gelo ...
Svetka (as J. Scott)
Mona Lee Goss ...
Maxim's Mother
Elvis Naumovski ...
General Tolfar
Jay Beyers ...
Tolfar Thug
Aleta Mackey ...
Tolfar Thug
Aoni Jackson ...
Tolfar Thug
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When an ancient warlord summons a mythological beast, a young hero must complete a series of quests to awaken the dragon that will defeat the monster.

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Our fate lies in the hands of one.


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Rated PG-13 for action/adventure violence, brief sexuality and drug use | See all certifications »

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31 March 2009 (USA)  »

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A sárkány nyomában  »

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Arkadi's shirt keeps changing from a reddish collared one to a light collarless one in the same scene all the time See more »

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Maxim: By the time the stones had been returned to The Brotherhood, they all but lost their power. They must be won, not given!
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Hold The Memory
Written by Sanya Mateyas and Chris Ridenhour
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Not much of a dragon, not much of a quest
20 October 2009 | by See all my reviews

Marc Singer, hero of the legendary movie Beastmaster, is back with more of the same. The only difference is that this movie appeared to be made 20 something years before the Beastmaster instead of 20 something years after.

I react the same negative way as many others reacted, but maybe I have some alternate views. Maybe I think that the actors and the writers were paid for the amount of words that were used. Almost none, so sticking to a low budget must not have been a problem. There were a couple of facial expressions though, as thoughtful as from a b-rated soap opera. For sure nothing was spent on special effects on neither dragons nor quests, so I guess it all went to the outfits or to the appearance of the characters. A few rags here and there, a few piles of mud to roll into before playing your part, that must have been expensive.

Was there a lack of character development? I think they rather developed really well from single cell organisms to two-footed Neanderthals.

Of course, if all else fails, you have naked women and fierce fights. Wait, they didn't have naked women (almost though, in the beginning, but that should have been warning that it wasn't going to happen). And they didn't have fierce fights. Well, nothing that my dead grandfather couldn't have won. You should enjoy the abilities of the army (I mean the five soldiers) during the final fight.

A negative experience, for sure. I'm sorry for anyone who spent money on this. My advice, take your copy of Beastmaster from under the dust.


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