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The Last Dragonslayer (2016)

In a fantasy world where magic is being superseded by technology, an orphaned teen discovers her destiny to become a dragonslayer.

Director:

Jamie Magnus Stone

Writers:

Tom Edge, Jasper Fforde (writer novel)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Adeel Akhtar ... Mr. Brittles
Matt Berry ... King Snodd
Danielle Bjelic ... TV News Reporter
John Bradley ... Gordon
Andrew Buchan ... The Great Zambini
Jill Buchanan ... Villager
Phoebe Campbell Phoebe Campbell ... Girl at Stuffco
Colin Michael Carmichael ... Prison Cart Guard 1
Elizabeth Chan ... Lawyer
Anna Chancellor ... Stuffco president
Ellise Chappell ... Jennifer Strange
Bern Collaço ... Medieval Villager (as Bern Collaco)
Pauline Collins ... Lady Mawgon
Amelia Crouch ... Young Jennifer Strange
Sarah Crowden ... Pritchett Lane House Owner
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In a fantasy world where magic is being superseded by technology, an orphaned teen discovers her destiny to become a dragonslayer.

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 December 2016 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Az utolsó sárkányölő See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.00 : 1
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The Last Dragonslayer is based upon the fantasy novel of the same name written by Jasper Fforde. See more »

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Joyful Xmas fun
28 December 2016 | by thomasrolfeSee all my reviews

I watched this with my family, aged six to eighty. We all enjoyed it. Rating it for myself I'd probably give it 7 or 8, as it was witty and warm-hearted and silly and great holiday viewing, but not as action-packed as I'd hope (though I imagine it had 1/20th of the budget of a Harry Potter or whatnot).

But its hard to please a whole family and it really felt like this was something we could all enjoy together, which is rare outside of those big Pixar animated movies.

The girl playing Jennifer was really great and the whole thing had a sort of riotous pantomime air that felt very English. I hope they make more.


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