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In a desperate attempt to save her kingdom from an advancing army of dark elves, Princess Vanir must traverse the haunted forest of Sidhe. With the help of loyal adventurers Cador and Artemir, they encounter the army of elves, a mysterious sorceress, and the powerful dragon that stands in their way. Bring the Dragon into your home from December 12th at Blockbuster and Hollywood Video... and let the adventure begin!Written by
I'm seeing all of these negative comments about this movie, but clearly these are people who don't know the industry at all.
Actually, I was extremely impressed, given the budget. I've seen worse films that cost WAY more to make.
The negative people here are all comparing this film to films with $100 million to $150 million dollar budgets. The budget on this film was not $100 million, or $10 Million, or even ONE million dollars. It was only half a million.
I very recently saw poorer special effects on a film which had a budget of more than ten times this amount. (The budget on that one was around $7 million, so roughly 14 times the budget that this film had.) There were some problems with the film, sure, but I expected much, much less of a film with less than a one million dollar budget.
They did a great job with what they had.
Even Stargate, a show I LOVE, and which has a much higher budget per episode than this entire movie cost, had a "dragon" recently that was nowhere near as good as this one.
If you want to critique a movie, compare apples to apples, not apples to diamonds. I'm sure if this film had a budget that was 200 to 300 times higher, it would have been considerably better, but they did a hell of a job with what they had.
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