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Dungeons & Dragons (2000)
Spoiler...but IMHO don't think there's really much to spoil.
Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear... Let's take a handful of ideas from Lucasfilm scripts (Star wars garbage chute scene, Mos Eisley cantina, Temple of doom opening artifact-hunt...) Then let's segue into the "Crystal maze" BTW: Thats a quiz we had here in the U.K. A team had to guide each other through a series of puzzle rooms in an effort to obtain small plastic "crystals" Eerily, the show was hosted by Richard O'Brien.
Okay, so the story starts getting better from that point, but (a) it seems to jerk along from one special effect to another, and (b) it's hard for it to have got worse.
Throw in a Token Dwarf (was there ANY point to that character?) encourage extreme ham acting from people who really should know better (But it's a Swords & sorcery Fantasy film, so that's all right then...) and then, to prevent T.S.R. or whoever owns the D&D copyright these days (Hasbro?) from getting litigious, let's blow the rest of the budget on some mostly decent CGI graphics to try and draw attention away from the, frankly, p***poor script.
Perhaps they should have let the scriptwriters at least see the game, or perhaps (horrors) play it. D&D didn't do anything evil enough to deserve this film being tagged onto it.