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Giagonan: Oi skoteines meres tou hamou (2007)

The conclusion of the first Greek Epic Fantasy Trilogy "Giagonan". The movie is about a fellowship quest in order to obtain "Starsword", a powerful weapon that can terminate Olkar, a powerful evil wizard.

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Giagos Raftopoulos
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Credited cast:
Giagos Raftopoulos Giagos Raftopoulos ... Giagonan
Giorgos Iliopoulos Giorgos Iliopoulos ... Prince
Giorgos Raftopoulos Giorgos Raftopoulos ... Olcar
Yorgos Naidas Yorgos Naidas ... Giant
Giorgos Loxos Giorgos Loxos ... Pirate
Evangelia Keramida Evangelia Keramida ... Zina
Marios Lontos Marios Lontos ... Wizard
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Metaxas Drakopoylos Metaxas Drakopoylos ... Bogos General
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The conclusion of the first Greek Epic Fantasy Trilogy "Giagonan". The movie is about a fellowship quest in order to obtain "Starsword", a powerful weapon that can terminate Olkar, a powerful evil wizard.

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Adventure | Fantasy

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Country:

Greece

Language:

Greek

Release Date:

18 November 2007 (Greece) See more »

Also Known As:

Giagonan: Dark Days of Doom See more »

Filming Locations:

New Zealand See more »

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Follows The Legend of Giagonan (2005) See more »

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Horrible "movie".
7 October 2013 | by jesusdesaadSee all my reviews

To say this is a parody to epic fantasy movies would be doing a disservice to parody movies.

The movie was bland, ill-shot, chopped and scored, the dialogs and script were atrocious, and even for a zero dollar shoe string budget the people behind this excuse of a movie could have done a lot better.

What more, the writer/director/main star doesn't even consider it a bad plagiarist collection of sketches and improvisations, like the three headed giant scene from 'Monty Python And The Holy Grail' which was adapted into a two man giant farce, of the bunch of leaves tied around an "elf"'s head with string and called a helmet. He is deluded enough to think it is a genuine epic fantasy movie.

Then again, he thinks the same of his other "completely original movies", where he also simply adds his first name to an existing movie's original title: "Count Giagula", and "The Giagomatrix".

A complete waste of viewing time.

Hell, even a complete waste of downloading time.

This here is a lesson how to tamper with a voting system, since the movie was shown at the Thessaloniki Film Festival, and because the entire cast and crew showed up at the screening along with their best friends, they voted it Audience Chosen Best Film.

If there is an unwritten rule for film makers where you have to make as many films as you can to get better, Giagonan is the exception that verifies it.

Horrible, bland, boring, even as a joke.

Avoid at all costs.


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