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Dragonheart joins the rest of the plethora of movies that churn out a third movie to rake in the last few dollars before the idea is officially overdone and dead. This movie, like most franchises when they reach the third movie resembles that watered down concepts from the first movie. The first Dragon heart was fresh original and great. In these days for the movie to be great there has to be more than just fancy CGI.
This movie is let down my poor, lame acting. The characters all fulfilled their one=dimensional scripts.
It seems the directors had to highlight parts that are meant to be funny by adding a Irish jig to the soundtrack in some random places.
The bad guys are just plain evil for no reason than to be evil.
And the dragon.....come one peps this is meant to be focusing on the Dragon relationship with the lead character but instead he seems to pop in and out of the story like some lost little puppy. He seems tough and is willing to take lives at the start of the movie then he just flys around looking scary later on. The morals in this movie are a mess.
Ultimately now days there are better entertainment experiences with dragons to be had in games so I think I will stick to Skyrim.
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