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I picked this up in the charity shop. I hadn't seen any of the earlier Mythica movies but that wasn't necessary. The film does a good job of setting the scene, and you get the idea of what it is all about from the first 10 minutes or so. The plot at first seems somewhat contrived (apparently there are several powerful magical artifacts involved), but as the story progresses it begins to make more sense. The main characters have good chemistry and I thought that the "bad guy" was really good too. Of course, it's pretty standard Dungeons & Dragons fare (the main characters are a Mage, Ranger / thief, and a Fighter / Paladin) but if you are OK with that then you will enjoy this.
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