Dungeons and Dragons - Wrath of the Dragon God 2006

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Fantasy action adventure sequel based on the phenomenally successful sword and sorcery computer game. Bruce Payne reprises his role as evil sorcerer Damodar, who steals the elemental black orb and declares a sinister plan of vengeance against the kingdom of Ismir. Warrior Berek and sorceress Melora must now battle against Damodar's army of gruesome creatures to rescue the precious orb.

Starring:
Bruce Payne,Mark Dymond
Runtime:
1 hour, 44 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Science Fiction, Action & Adventure
Director Gerry Lively
Starring Bruce Payne, Mark Dymond
Supporting actors Clemency Burton-Hill, Ellie Chidzey, Tim Stern
Studio Optimum Releasing
BBFC rating Suitable for 12 years and over
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jack Raine on 1 Feb. 2010
Format: DVD
The story is better than the first one, the acting isnt that bad at all, the special effects although basic in parts are quite good really when looking at other lower budget movies, give this a chance if you liked the first one you will enjoy this more, as it has a more Dungeons and Dragons feel. It may nor be perfect but its worth a watch.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. A. Ramos on 6 Oct. 2007
Format: DVD
First I must start with I did enjoy watching the first one. Knowing Solomon's time and money constraints. Well done. Now onto the new movie. Of course the direction, sets and acting is much better. But I am sure so was the budget. The characters were well cast. It is a shame that Mr. Solomon did not participate in some way though.

I loved watching how when you watched this movie I could relate to some of the charcaters you have played. The magic is well done as are the monsters. If you will excuse the term, this movie is much more realistic then the first one. You will watch as the standard five member party negotiate traps, fight monsters and use magic to get out of trouble.
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Mr. T. R. Williams on 3 Jun. 2008
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Amazing that such a crapfest that was the first D&D movie should have a sequel that surpasses it in every way!

Good acting, solid D&D plot and nice digital effects.

I too was highly dubious about buying this after the utter crud of the first film but it exceeded all expectations. I don't even mean that this film is only good because it's better than the rubbish first, it's actually a GOOD fantasy film.

I'm writing this at 22.30 after just finishing the film and I'm a 41 yr old married family man, not a D&D teenage-fanatic! (Ok I used to be one....ok I still play occasionally...)

Anyway....

Don't be put off by the first film, give this one a try. I PROMISE you will be happy with your purchase :)
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By Raven tales on 31 Aug. 2013
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I watched the original D&D movie with a grimace and haven't watched it since. So when I saw that this movie on tv, I debated whether to switch it off, instead I watched it and was pleasantly surprised. It was a D&D movie, it had clerics and divine magic, something which was ignored by the first film. It had mages and a decent adventuring party. There were dungeon hacks and fights with creatures from the actual books. The acting wasn't grating and the cast clearly threw themselves into the plot with gusto.

The special effects aren't A class but they aren't puppets either. There are no huge continuity errors and the plot was fast paced, fun and contrary to some opinion exactly the same as a standard D&D adventure: Bunch of heroes sent to find orb so that town can be saved from evil, basic d&d plottage. Enjoyable for both D&D fans and those who aren't.

I thought it a much better film than the first (even if the first film had Jeremy Irons) It felt like a D&D movie and that the writers had been gamers (checking out the extras - they are)The cast read the books and actually put some effort in. Enjoy it, just don't expect wonderful special effects and A class acting.
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While I enjoyed the first Dungeons and Dragons film simply because it gave me my wishlist of fantasy tropes in a film form, as a film, it was little shoddy with some poor acting, writing and special effects. This sequel is a definite improvement in all those ways. The acting is better and the special effects are, in places, very impressive. I think the script still is a little weak and the actors suffer from speaking their lines in a hammy 'epic' style. But, overall, I cringe a lot less!

If you're a fan of fantasy and you can put up with some flaws then you will enjoy this film as entertainment. It's not that deep though! If you're a hardcore fan of D+D then you might not like it as much because everyone will have their own personal experience of the game and the film might not match it. Actually, the film is very similar in feel to game Baldur's Gate but not as sophisticated or funny. So if you liked that game, based on D+D rules, you might find Wrath of the Dragon God interesting.
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By Phil Smith on 23 May 2010
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Dungeons and Dragons was a love of mine during school (even if I wasn't the most successful campaigner) and I later got to play again as one of an older group. I always loved the idea and the wide variety within the game structure. For this reason I did enjoy this movie as there was quite a bit of homage to the game and it's design (or why call it D&D in the title!) The action was well shot even if the effects were not up to today's standards - it was over five years ago this was made. The various actors were very good within their roles but it would have been nicer to see more of the interaction between them even if the film were longer for it, as the occasional conflicts and bickering were quite enjoyable. The plot was a typical good v evil of most fantasy adventures but again the plot was played out well and the story didn't sag for me at any point. On the whole a good film and an enjoyable 100minutes .
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Carl J. on 5 Mar. 2010
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More true to the technicalities of D&D, but maybe less true to the spirit of D&D than the first in the series. Not much character development, somewhat cliche story, more emphasis on only the good and evil alignments. Maybe more special effects, recommended for the more geeky crowd.
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