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I've been a huge fan of the dragonlance books.
The sad thing is that the poor animation becomes so distracting that you can't concentrate on the story or even tell if the voice acting is any good.
If you haven't read the books, then by all means watch the movie, but I believe you will be only getting half the story.
Decent movie. It would have been better without the Draconians being cg instead of appearing hand drawn as the humanoids.Published 16 days ago by Russell Singleton
If you like Dragonlance: DO NOT WATCH THIS MOVIE! It was horrible.
I've read Chronicles, Legends, and many other Dragonlance novels. Read more
Cartooning was below average and story felt rushed. In this day and age of CGI and animation, and with the following Dragonlance has, more effort should have been placed into this... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andrew D.
I love the story/books. I liked the movie okay but was very unsatisfied with how broken the story was. I would like to see more of these.Published 1 month ago by Darren Jennings
This had potential. But it is pretty obvious to me that they totally ran out of money or were horrifically underfunded than what they were promised by backers. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mike "Vinterulf" Smith
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They paid ONE AND A HALF MILLION for this pathetic excuse of a film?!
(My bet was on $0.02 for the script, $0.08 for the animation, and a box of donuts for the voice talent.)
Mar 22, 2008 by Kate | See all 9 posts
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While I can sort of forgive the inevitable shortcuts in story that compressing the Novel into a Movie comes with (although Jackson proved that long is fine if the story is good!!) I feel sorely let down by the animation as rendered in this hodgepodge mix of animation and CGI. I'd have rather... Read More
Jan 31, 2008 by Amazon Customer | See all 2 posts