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Dominic Purcell transforms from modern-day hitman to medieval warrior in this action-packed adventure inspired by the video game series Dungeon Siege. Experience all the mind-blowing special effects that bring the nonstop action to life. A contract killer is transported back to the middle ages where he must fight a massive army - and a fire-breathing dragon - in an all-out battle for survival! Written by
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Listen. I understand what I need to do now. I need to defeat Tervin to get the medallion so I can go home and you won't have to worry about Tervin anymore. We can work together.
Look, you fight only for yourself and you're not a skilled fighter, even if you think you are.
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I just watched this and enjoyed it, but only because I like Dominic Purcell. I really liked him in John Doe and in Prison Break, and was hoping he'd been in some better movies. Sadly, this is all I could find.
What I liked about ITNOTK 3: Dominic. His acting was low-key and emotionless, but I guess that's appropriate for a hit man. The landscape. The dragon which was pretty good, although I would have liked to see more of it. And to see the hero engage with it a little more than just firing at it.
What I didn't like: the cheesy accents. The inspiring speech before the climactic battle was embarrassing. The plot: it made little sense.Nothing fit together: Why did the same actor play both villains, in the past and the present? Why did the hero have the tattoo? Why did the little girls have the amulet? Why was he chosen to lead them to victory when he actually did very little? And my biggest question: why did he decide to rescue the children when he had been the kidnapper? What made him change from a bad-ass hit man to a compassionate (I presume) rescuer? Was it something the princess said? ("That's not a job for a man.") Is that really enough to turn someone's life around?
The best line in the movie: "We're all going to die."
Was it worth watching? If you like Purcell, and dragons. If you want a coherent plot and superb acting, look elsewhere.
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