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Dungeons & Dragons 2-Movie Collection [Blu-ray] + Dungeons & Dragons: The Complete Animated Series + Dungeon Master's Guide (D&D Core Rulebook)
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  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1 ES Matrix)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: January 3, 2012
  • Run Time: 212 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004DN2Y5O
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,092 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Who will be the dominator of worlds? Destiny belongs to those who dare in Dungeons & Dragons, a thunderous fantasy adventure inspired by the popular role-play game. Thora Birch and Marlon Wayans are among the forces of good defending the Empire of Izmer from the diabolical grasp of mage Profion (Jeremy Irons). The past is prologue when the evil returns years later to avenge what transpired in Izmer. Can five young stalwarts thwart the fiendish traps, spectral ghouls and mighty armies of hell? The answer--and the thrilling spectacle--comes in Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God.

Customer Reviews

My family loved it, we watched it all the night we got it!
FairyGoddess
The pacing is off and I became confused several times throughout the film, wondering if familiarity with the game is necessary to understand all of the plot elements.
SciFiChick
The first movie had much better backgrounds and I felt that what it was intended to show was very well done.
C. Weaver

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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Jerry Sexton on October 11, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Some would say that Dungeons and Dragons is a kid movie. Okay, I'm good with that .. I'm a 60 year old kid, and I laugh at all the cliche jokes because they're fun .. they tickle my funny bone. So, yes, it's a fun movie for kids, and even for adults who crave a little juvenile fantasy in their lives from time to time.
Wrath of the Dragon God was a pleasant surprise .. a bit more mature in theme with some excellent screen effects.
These are two great movies to watch with the grand-kids .. and if the kids won't behave, kick them out and enjoy the popcorn yourself.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 4, 2011
Format: DVD
I feel sorry for Dungeons and Dragons fans. I really do.

These poor souls have suffered through some of the worst adaptations in movie history, namely the "Dungeons and Dragons" movie -- nonsensical, horribly produced, and filled with abysmal acting and writing. In fact, it's so bad that the SyFy sequel "Dungeons and Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God" was a huge step up.

In "Dungeons and Dragons," the evil mage Profion (Jeremy Irons) wants to overthrow the pure-hearted Empress (Thora Birch), and her only chance is to get the Rod of Savrille (it's French?) which controls red dragons. But the secret location of the Rod has fallen into the hands of an apprentice mage, a pair of idiot thieves, a drunken dwarf and a snotty elf.

Honestly, that movie is so bad that it makes you want to impale yourself on a barbecue fork -- it's actually watchable only in a MST3K way. With that in mind, the sequel literally cannot get any worse... and it doesn't.

In "Dungeons and Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God," the dragon god Falazure is waking in his mountain prison, because a hammy baddie from the first movie has captured a magical orb with his power. Ex-knight Berek (Mark Dymond) assembles the usual crew -- an elf wizard, a thief, a barbarian warrior, and a cleric -- and sets out to capture the orb before the world is destroyed (and his wife turns into a zombie... don't ask).

Anyone who has heard of THE WORST fantasy movies in existence will hear of the original "Dungeons and Dragons," right alongside such gems as Eragon and In the Name of the King - A Dungeon Siege Tale. And honestly, it deserves all the scorn heaped upon it -- exactly ten seconds into this movie, you can see the despairing look in Jeremy Irons' eyes right before he gives up even trying.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By W. Kuschke on September 4, 2009
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One is classic, and funny in the sense that its trying to simulate DnD. The second movie is much more true to DnD, but maybe a little too close thus losing the sense of a story and instead just having many DnD references (Possibly this view is due to my interest in DnD). I recommend these movies only to those who have, or are still playing Dnd; anyone else seeing this will just be witness to a B-grade fantasy movie.
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22 of 30 people found the following review helpful By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 28, 2010
Format: Blu-ray
I feel sorry for Dungeons and Dragons fans. I really do.

These poor souls have suffered through some of the worst adaptations in movie history, namely the "Dungeons and Dragons" movie -- nonsensical, horribly produced, and filled with abysmal acting and writing. In fact, it's so bad that the SyFy sequel "Dungeons and Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God" was a huge step up.

In "Dungeons and Dragons," the evil mage Profion (Jeremy Irons) wants to overthrow the pure-hearted Empress (Thora Birch), and her only chance is to get the Rod of Savrille (it's French?) which controls red dragons. But the secret location of the Rod has fallen into the hands of an apprentice mage, a pair of idiot thieves, a drunken dwarf and a snotty elf.

Honestly, that movie is so bad that it makes you want to impale yourself on a barbecue fork -- it's actually watchable only in a MST3K way. With that in mind, the sequel literally cannot get any worse... and it doesn't.

In "Dungeons and Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God," the dragon god Falazure is waking in his mountain prison, because a hammy baddie from the first movie has captured a magical orb with his power. Ex-knight Berek (Mark Dymond) assembles the usual crew -- an elf wizard, a thief, a barbarian warrior, and a cleric -- and sets out to capture the orb before the world is destroyed (and his wife turns into a zombie... don't ask).

Anyone who has heard of THE WORST fantasy movies in existence will hear of the original "Dungeons and Dragons," right alongside such gems as Eragon and In the Name of the King - A Dungeon Siege Tale. And honestly, it deserves all the scorn heaped upon it -- exactly ten seconds into this movie, you can see the despairing look in Jeremy Irons' eyes right before he gives up even trying.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Philip Yates on October 5, 2013
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This review is only about the second movie, "Wrath of the Dragon God," since it is the only one worth watching. The DVD version is very well done, very sharp and clear, but I bought the Blu-ray version HOPING that it would be significantly better. Fortunately, the Blu-ray version really is much better than the DVD, definitely a worthwhile upgrade (if only most Blu-rays were like this!). For those who, like myself, are not familiar with the D&D terminology, you will need to either see this movie several times, or read a "translation" of the story; wikipedia has a fairly good summary, although still with a few gaps. For example, the "little lava guy" at the beginning is a "magmin," a being who is being used as a guide and/or servant by the main bad-guy, Damodar. For a long time, I thought the magmin WAS Damodar, whose appearance was a result of a curse! Also, Damodar refers to "Lich," which I later realized was not a name, but a specific type of creature or maybe demon; oops...

I can watch this film every few months and thoroughly enjoy it! To put that in context, I am a male in his mid-fifties, and other films I enjoy watching every few months are Underworld, The Mummy, Serenity, the Blade movies, Push, Constantine, Van Helsing, Gothika, The Chronicles of Riddick, Resident Evil, Blade Runner, and The 13th Warrior (and Coraline and D.E.B.S., but they're in a different genre from the others). Several of these movies just aren't that great the first time -- Van Helsing in particular comes to mind -- but they really grow on you, and allow you to enjoy "being there" with them. At least, after you finally figure out just where the heck "there" is!
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