Action / Adventure / Fantasy

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IMDb Rating 3.1 10 999


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Brian Thompson as Kirill
Jason Connery as Gurion
Marc Singer as Maxim
Daniel Bonjour as Arkadi
699.85 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 28 min
P/S 3 / 1

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Paul Magne Haakonsen 3 / 10

Poor fantasy movie...

I was thrilled when I stumbled upon "Dragonquest" and saw that Marc Singer starred in a sword and sorcery fantasy movie. But my thrill was cut brutally short when I saw that it was a movie by The Asylum and that Brian Thompson was portraying the villain.

And true to the mockbuster legacy that The Asylum is known for, then "Dragonquest" is one another such countless titles spewed out by the intrepid machinery at The Asylum. "Dragonquest" is a blatant rip off of the Tolkien fantasy classic, just instead of a ring then it is a pendant.

As much as I wanted to like or enjoy this movie given my lifelong romance with fantasy and Dungeons & Dragons, then "Dragonquest" was a poor movie with very Little entertainment value.

The characters were one-dimensional and had the personalities of wet cardboard cutouts. And most laughable of all was the Maxim character; whom was a mutated hybrid between Yoda and Popeye, it was such a blemish on Marc Singer's usual performance.

As with just about every other movie spewed forth from The Asylum, then the special effects were laughable and looked like something straight out of an 1980's movie.

And the final confrontation between Arkadi (who looks awfully much like Frodo) and Kirill (the villain) was utterly anti-climatic and rushed.

If you enjoy fantasy movies, do yourself a favor and stay well clear of this one.

Reviewed by paf3150-535-549509 4 / 10

Is it worth the time to write a 10 line review?

Star Wars? or Star Trek? This is my first review on IMDb. So I will just leave it with the question. It also requires that the review should be a minimum of ten lines. So what else can I say, Marc Singer, still a interesting actor. Brian Thompson, is just really fun to watch. The story, As I asked in my question,seems to borrow from more than Star Wars, or Star Trek. I think casting Brian Thompson in any film would probably conjure up visions of both of those films. Having to write ten lines for my first ever review on this site seem a bit much for this film. If you like the genre, then this is at least a must watch for anyone who likes to write reviews. Other wise, really, do not waste your time. Use your time to watch and review another film. Is this ten lines yet?. paf3150

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird 1 / 10

One really dull quest

I know my review is going to be immediately voted negatively, but I did give Dragon Quest a chance, watching it with an open mind and with low expectations. But I just found an all-round awful movie, I'm sorry. I guess the scenery isn't so bad, but the editing and special effects are. The editing is all over the place, especially in the action sequences and the cut-back when we are first introduced to the dragon. The effects didn't look so terrible at first, but their robotic way of moving and that the dragons looked superimposed in the background just made them fake. The dialogue is incredibly insipid and uncomfortably cheesy. The characters are never developed or likable enough to make us identify with them, we learn nothing about them, some come and go and others vanish without a trace. The music is generic. The story reeks of predictability and is full of ridiculous scenes like the dragon falling being in flames and after the cut-back we clearly see that for some reason the ground has been untouched and the means of the hero proving his worth was just stupid. The costumes don't really give a proper sense of what period or genre it's supposed to be, what's even more disconcerting is the constant changes, or shall I say continuity error, of the hero's shirt. The action sequences are hopelessly inept, nothing is thrilling in this regard and you can tell nobody seemed to know what they were doing. The acting is also terrible, Marc Singer is unsubtly over-the-top while Daniel Boujour and Jason Connery have the charisma of coat-racks. In conclusion, not the Asylum's worst or one of them, but for a fantasy adventure Dragon Quest sure was one dull quest. 1/10 Bethany Cox

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