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Dungeons and Dragons - Wrath of the Dragon God 2006

3.4 out of 5 stars (59) IMDb 4.9/10

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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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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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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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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I was slightly dubious about this release. Post lord of the rings I wondered if anything would ever compare... However - this film (more so than the first D&D film) had one thing the LOTR trilogy didn't have... it was D&D through & through...
The acting is great, the special effects fantastic & the storyline was typically D&D... They have iconic charater classes too... A Human Fighter, Human Mage (who later duals as a Cleric), a Human Cleric of Obad-hai, an Elven Mage, a Human Barbarian & a Human Thief... together the band is set.
The film, whilst enjoyable in itself for non D&D fans, really shines if you know the rule set... It has it all there... down to spell components & somatic hand gestures & subtle integration of skills & feats. There are gust of wind spells, barbarian rages - I had great fun!!! And the more you watch it, the more things you pick out! As a big fan of the mage class - I can honestly say both mages were amazing!!! It made me want to get out my rulebooks & start playing!!!
Don't miss the extras either as they have nice touches (like character sheets for the main players!)... Seriously - if you're a D&D fan - you want this film!!! (Just make sure you can play Region 1 DVDs!)
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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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It is a Thousand Years before Lord Profian's curse upon his hapless acolyte Damodar finally expires, allowing Damodar (Bruce Payne) to emerge from the purgatory of hell to claw his way back into the land of the living. Even if he is the living dead, Damodar is still intent on the downfall of Ishmir and the enslavement of it's citizens. The opening titles of this straight-to-DVD belated sequel to the original D & D movie is narrated by Bruce Payne, bringing the remainder of the audience for that picture up to date as to exactly what's been happening since Justin Whalin and Marlon Wayans saved the day.

Seizing control of a powerful dark orb, Damodar plans to awaken a terrifying dark dragon to accomplish his task. Upon fatally learning of his plans, a female Mage Melora (Clemency Burton-Hill) brings the pending crisis to the attention of Ishmir's Council of mages, whom hastily assemble a rag-tag group of soldiers and cavaliers to recover the orb and use it to defend the town from the onslaught.
I was not optimistic when I purchased this DVD that I would receive anything other than a passable B-Movie picture with delusions of grandeur. But I was pleasantly surprised at just how accomplished this picture is. After a very clear and well-informed opening, the principle characters assemble in short order and display considerable acting chops as they establish their characters and begin their quest. The lead actor Mark Dymond (as the Warrior Berek) is especially good and is obviously very talented, taking the opportunity this lead part gives him, lending the role a depth and level of concentration that was both unnecessary and completely unexpected.
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