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Dragonlance: Dragons Of Autumn Twilight (2007) [Region 1][NTSC] [DVD]

Will Meugniot    Parental Guidance   DVD
2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
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Product details

  • Directors: Will Meugniot
  • Format: AC-3, Colour, Dolby, DVD-Video, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: 15 Jan 2008
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000Y7U996
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 173,410 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)



Based on the first in a series of countless fantasy books by bestselling authors Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman Dragonlance: Dragons of Autumn Twilight is the first animated feature-length film spun from the venerable Dungeons and Dragons role-playing game. The 90-minute feature hews as closely to the 400-plus-page source material as possible--in a nutshell, a group of adventurers seek to head off the evil plans of a multi-headed dragon goddess and her army with the help of a crystal staff--and there is plentiful swordplay and spellcasting to keep younger viewers entranced. And the voice talent, which includes Kiefer Sutherland, Xena's Lucy Lawless, and Michael Rosenbaum of Smallville, does a respectable job of making the heavy-handed dialogue sound believable. However, the animation (a mix of 2D and CGI) is truly dreadful, and brings the epic scope of the story down to the level of Saturday morning cartoons. Supplemental material might've helped make this middling DVD more palatable, but sadly, there's only a few clips of original test animation (which looks slightly better than the finished product) and a gallery of early character designs. --Paul Gaita


This animated tale of swords and spells offers an epic spectacle that should please fans of the Lord of the Rings series. In the peaceful land of Krynn, the evil goddess Takhis and her flock of dragons threaten to unleash their scourge upon the world. The only thing standing in their way are three determined warriors: the priestess Goldmoon (Lucy Lawless, Xena Warrior Princess), the half-elf warrior Tanis (Michael Rosenbaum, Smallville), and the wizard Raistlin (Keifer Sutherland, 24). A mix of vintage and 3D animation, this action-packed fantasy is based on the bestselling novel Dragonlance - Dragons Of Autumn Twilight.

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars A review from a long time DL fan 18 July 2008
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I've been a Dragonlance fan since I was 15. I'm 24 now and I'm still hooked. So needless to say I was eagerly awaiting this, even if my expectations weren't high. I could so easily see how this could go wrong. So I snapped up the US DVD as soon as it was released and can confirm that it HAS gone all wrong, just not in the ways I expected.

The main problem is that the animation is awful. Really and truly awful. As has been said many times before the 2D animation would be passable for an 80's kids cartoon, but frankly is not acceptable by today's standards. The Dungeons and Dragons cartoon series had better animation and is over 20 years old now. The 3D animation is also lacking and really is quite pointless as it doesn't really fit well with the overall 2D style, though, bizarrely it does still have the same stuttering framerate. So this film is a dog to look at, but it's not all bad.

The soundtrack is pretty good. While it doesn't jump out at you fits well and really makes you wish they had the animation to match. The voice acting is variable. While Michelle Trachtenberg is unconvincing as Tika, Michael Rosenbaum is passable as Tanis, and Keifer Sutherland totally nails Raistlin (Raistlin is easily the best thing about this DVD).

The direction is amaturish though. Firstly the attempt to shorten it to 90 minutes was a mistake as many well loved scenes from the book had to be cut and those that are there are rushed through so quickly that it struggles and largely fails to build any drama. Plus they give away a big twist from later in the trilogy, proving they have no faith that they'll get a chance to complete the trilogy. I hope they do finish the trilogy though because it IS still salvagable at this point.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Good God, NO! 5 Aug 2009
By David
Let me give a little context to that. When I was about eleven years old, I was browsing through my local library, looking for my next read. I had devoured most of the books of interest to me - at the time mainly adventure stories or science - and whether to get rid of me, or out of genuine inspiration, the librarian recommended Dragons of Autumn Twilight. I had never read any fantasy before, though I had dabbled a little in sci-fi. DoAT was a heftier book than I was used to reading at the time, but I said I'd give it a whirl. That simple recommendation was to change my life. A whole new world opened up to me with that book, and it has been instrumental in forming my tastes and interests since.

I am now thirty years old, and while I can see the limitations of the book, I can still proudly say I love this story and world without feeling my affection is clouded by nostalgia. It is most definitely a story that would translate into a fun cinematic experience. For years I yearned to see a live-action version (at one point, in my late teens, I even tried to write an adaptation myself, but gave up as I didn't know what I was doing!) so when I saw that an animated feature was on it's way, my interest was understandably piqued. A mixture of 2D and 3D animation sounded interesting, initial concept art gave the impression that things were going in the right direction, and when casting decisions like Kiefer Sutherland as Raistlin were announced, my heart started to pound; could it be that I was at long last going to get the visual experience I had dreamed of for twenty years? The answer is `Good God, NO!' Not even close.

This is one of the clumsiest and most blatantly cheap movies - adaptation or otherwise - I have ever had the misfortune of sitting through. Where to begin?
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
The 3d animation is poor and the 2d isn't great but would be acceptable without the 3d abominations. That aside, is it any good? well, sort of. as adaptations go the script is close to the books. Too close in some places and not close enough in others. The mystery of characters like Fizban is destroyed, I guess this was done to make sure the film stands alone.
The voice acting is varied, however casting keifer sutherland as Raistlin was genius. its a shame because watching this makes me sad for how good a dragonlance movie could be in the right hands.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars What have you done??? 28 Feb 2008
The Dragonlance novels are perhaps the best known series of books spawned by the Fantasy Role Playing Game Dungeons and Dragons. The extensive list of Dragonlance books starts (not chronologically) with the Dragons of Autumn Twilight, now made into an animated film reviewed here. I really enjoyed the books and waited with bated breath for the release of a film. Okay so it was animated and not live action (damn you Peter Jackson for setting my expectations so high! :-)) but the cover looked right and I recognised my favourites, Tanis, Tas, Caramon etc. Then I put the disc in my player....

First off, the DVD was region 1 and not region 2 as listed. Not an issue for me but those with region locked hardware won't have been able to 'enjoy' their purchase. Then there's the film itself - whatever were they thinking? The animation is so poor that the original D&D Cartoon series was better presented. One reviewer mentioned the 80s offering "He-man", if only they aspired to such high production values! The voice acting was lacklustre at best and the quality of the widescreen print was just desperate.

Why mix flat animation with partial CGI? Why engage the likes of Keifer Sutherland to do the voice acting for Raistlin and then allow such a weak performance? Why do such a poor job that the story is now unlikely to be continued in film? All in all a dreadful effort and I suggest you don't bother with this film, especially if you're a fan of the Dragonlance books. I've given it two stars for the script which was faithful to the novel, otherwise I'd have been looking for a zero stars option.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Why animate?
I loved the books when I read them but can't understand why a team would decide to animate these books instead of say Lord of the Rings type of film, I think they have missed a big... Read more
Published 12 months ago by James Proctor
4.0 out of 5 stars Fizban rules o.k.!
Having played Commodore 64/Amiga Gold Box games and enjoyed the Dragonlance books when younger, curiosity got to me. Read more
Published 16 months ago by Destiny Detective
4.0 out of 5 stars Classic story
Better than i had been led to believe, only downside is the level of abridgement but what could you expect from a book adaptation?
Published 16 months ago by John P. Parkin
3.0 out of 5 stars Not quite right...
The animation is really terrible, it is very 80's looking as has been said many times before,but that isn't what bothered most. Read more
Published 24 months ago by memmika
5.0 out of 5 stars great for fans
I've been a fan of Dragonlance for years and so of course a film of the books really couldn't fail to be a good thing. Read more
Published on 15 May 2010 by A. Mcclellan
2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
Any fan of the books must see this film...but we will be disappointed. It's some fun to see well-remembered aspects of the story put into film. Read more
Published on 26 Feb 2010 by PG Laughton
5.0 out of 5 stars Not as bad as people say
I don't have a problem with the old-school 2D 80s animation, and the addition of 3D for the Draconians worked quite well I though. Read more
Published on 28 Feb 2009 by Mr. Iain Benson
2.0 out of 5 stars Could and should have been better
Where do I start with this, well I am a professional director and a few years ago we were going for the rights to a live action production, but we put on hold due to the... Read more
Published on 5 Feb 2009 by R. D. Mcleod
1.0 out of 5 stars laughable
Shards of a broken dream lie all around us.
What a farce. It's easy to critque the loss of key passages from the book, but that was inevitable. Read more
Published on 30 Nov 2008 by G. English
1.0 out of 5 stars A crying shame
This is possibly the most terrible piece of animation I have ever paid out my hard-earned pennies for. Read more
Published on 21 Oct 2008 by Mikeyr101
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