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The Christmas Dragon (2014)

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The Christmas Dragon is a movie starring Bailee Michelle Johnson, Paris Warner, and David DeVilliers. A group of orphans goes on a journey to restore the lost magic and save Christmas.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Ayden (as Bailee Johnson)
... Rosalynne
David DeVilliers ... Fin
Ruby Jones ... Hoyt
... Rand
... Airk
... Saerwen
Talon G. Ackerman ... Garrett (as Talon Ackerman)
... Father Christmas / Roki
... Gazared
... Bomtall
... Leif
... Aesa
... Young Ayden (as Aimee Johnson)
... Bar Keep
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A group of orphans goes on a journey to restore the lost magic and save Christmas.

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Received the Dove Foundation's "Family Approved" For All Ages rating in 2015. See more »

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Ayden: I know all too well about the danger of dragons. It was a dragon that took my parents from me. But I was able to look past my fear. If we don't hurt them, they won't hurt us. It's just a young dragon. It's an orphan, like me.
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Fantasy quest to save Christmas, much better than expected
4 March 2017 | by See all my reviews

Ever from the Shadow Cabal film I have been watching Arrowstorm Entertainment productions with religiousness, but I've avoided Christmas Dragon because, well, it just seemed a children's film. And if that means it's more childish than orcs and elves and magic quests, that's really saying something.

Yet I was very pleasantly surprised. Some of the main cast from Mythica and a bunch of children who acted really well are going on a quest to save Christmas. The dragon (and really the entire adult cast) are really just props for the children's quest, but it was all very nice.

Not a perfect film, but a beautiful one. And less childish than expected, too. The ending is a bit contrived, but I had one hour and forty-five minutes of good entertainment. I am glad I watched it.


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