Dragonheart (1996)

A brave and once beneficent knight, Bowen (Dennis Quaid) and his companion, the 18-foot-high, 43-foot-long dragon he names Draco (Sean Connery), the last of his species, join in a heroic battle to free a country held in an iron grip by its tyrannical ruler, Einon (David Thewlis), to whom both knight and dragon are connected in fateful ways. More »
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  1. EireKriso

    My All-Time most loved movie!XD

    3 years agoby @EireKrisoFlag

  2. Worth5Bucks

    @supes1 yup you guessed it. 17 to be exact.

    @Laura if you read my review you know that i never straight up insulted the visuals or the story. I enjoyed the story a lot. I didn't have a problem with the visuals, they were good for their time. The only thing i really, really had a problem with was Dennis Quaid. I would absolutely love to see a remake of Dragonheart now. Dragonheart has a good foundation but the film on top of it is built poorly.

    3 years agoby @mattbierwagenFlag

  3. Dan

    @Laura A lot of our users are young (I don't know Worth5buck's, but I'm assuming young as well) and base their opinions on movies from the 90's and before vs movies they've watched in the '00 decade. Technology went leaps and bounds since then, as those of us who grew up in the 90's know. Was Dragonheart a bad movie? It wasn't the best, but I liked Connery voicing the dragon and at the time I had an obsession over all things dragon related, so I prob forgave a lot of the film's flaws. Just my opinion, of course.

    3 years agoby @dan1Flag

  4. LovelyLaura

    Of course, I LOVED DRAGONHEART!!! The story is original and facinating! I would like to see you make a better movie, Mr. Worth5Bucks. What are the visual effects too premature for you?!? Appreciate the times. (I agree with you, Dragongirl.)

    3 years agoby @LovelyLauraFlag

  5. Dragongirl

    i luv watching this movie

    4 years agoby @dragongirlFlag