Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse

2015

Action / Adventure / Fantasy

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IMDb Rating 5.2 10 2753

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by a_chinn 5 / 10

Too violent for kids. Too kiddie for adults.

Third film of the unnecessary Dragonheart franchise. I never saw the first film and am not quite sure what compelled me to record this off of the El Rey Network, but I did. The first sequel was better than I expected and I actually liked this third film just about as much. The story here is about involves another young person, a knight this time, befriending a dragon. The conflict involves the young knight helping the dragon protect a clutch of eggs from an evil sorcerer, as well as other plot lines involving Hadrian's Wall and barbarian hoards. Like the prior sequel 15 years earlier, this PG-13 film felt as if it were basically a kids movie, but with PG-13 levels of violence, rendering it not appropriate for the kiddies and left me wondering who was the target audience? Still, I did find myself entertained and never really bored, which is more than I can say for a lot of films.

Reviewed by westsideschl 2 / 10

Dragons Unionize

Why don't female dragons have female voices (will one did, "Eragon"), but all the rest that happen to have human vocal cords seem to sound like Sean Connery. Leaving aside total animation films, those with joint human/reptile billing seem to not be able to decide if dragons are nasty or puppy dog nice (at least to the right person). Bad list - Potter, Dragonslayers, Hobbit, Reign. Nice list - How to Train, Neverending, Dragonhearts, Game. Westerners think they flew about in the, ball park, middle ages. Easterners place them at least 4000 BCE when the Earth was a cube. Ahhh, the fun begins when superstition and religion encounter dinosaur fossils - what imaginations.

Well, this film's particular dragon actor had great CGI which was easy to accomplish since the computer graphics code was already written and the dragon look already established in many films dating back to the '80s. The storyline was "Game of Thrones" borrowing (haha, stating it tamely) with wall, tribes, eggs and general overall feel. Creative storytelling, dialogue and acting would get a barely passing grade from a middle school film critiquing class.

Reviewed by kosmasp 5 / 10

Under contract

I reckon our voice choice for the Dragon still had a contract to come back for a low budget movie. Or Sir Ben Kingsley does love Fantasy that much he did it for fun (I don't think the money was that intriguing, that it could've been the reason). Whatever the case, you get a great voice to a - let's say decently made CGI Dragon (that's taking into account that this is not big budget mind you).

Apart from OK CGI (if you lower your expectations), the story is pretty decent too. You've seen it before of course and the story of our hero in despair will not surprise you that much. Hairstyles and other things aside, that might not be accurate (but look cool I guess), this can be fun at times.

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