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Dragons - Fire & Ice

4.3 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews

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Enter a medieval CGI world where armies clash and Dragons rule the sky! Long ago, the Dragons brought peace and wisdom to the world with their Crystals of Power, but they mysteriously disappeared, and the world plunged into a thousand years of warfare bet

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Dragons: Fire and Ice is a visually and dramatically impressive animated adventure inspired by a line of Mega-Bloks toys, the same way that Mega-Bloks' rival Lego's Bionicle products yielded the Bionicle: Mask of Light and Bionicle 2: Legends of Metru Nui features. By comparison, Dragons may be the superior entertainment, perhaps no less cluttered in its mythic storytelling than the Bionicle franchise but framed and paced far more like a handsome, live-action movie. Set in a time of legend, the film concerns a shattered truce between two warring kingdoms, Draigar and Norvagen, whose earlier peace was established through the wisdom of dragons. Each side blames the other for the disappearance of those winged creatures, though that tragedy was brought about by a manipulative ambassador. But it is Draigar's prince and Norvagen's princess, unbeknownst to them, who possess special powers granted by the Dragon King to heal the old rift. Above-average family viewing. --Tom Keogh

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Product Details

  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: October 12, 2004
  • Run Time: 72 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002HODWM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #90,358 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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A Kid's Review on January 21, 2005
Format: DVD
I actually liked this movie a lot. For a direct-to-video release, it was above and beyond par and exceeded all expectations.

1) The story made sense AND was relatively interesting (gasp!--a novel concept in the world of DTV releases!)

2) They actually did a lot of cool stylization; Celtic and Oriental--you can tell they put work into it (WORK!--yet another of the many unheard of concepts when making a DTV movie!)

3) The designs of the characters and even the dragons were pretty cool with only a few minor exceptions (see! MORE work and effort! The surprises go on and on!)

4) The opening backstory wasn't just "blah, blah, blah"; they actually had put some effort into the style and so continued it in the opening--which was actually cool (they didn't even stray into the realm of cliched storybook openings!)

5) An actual PLOT TWIST (oh, it's TOO MUCH!)

Really, the only downside was that the characters didn't move so well and a few minor coreography/fighting details that even most feature films miss. All in all, I applaud the makers--this movie is good in the DTV release view. It could even hold its own among some feature films.
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Format: DVD
This was good for BOTH boys AND girls. The female main character, for once, was a real character, as opposed to a love interest. And when she fought, she actually fought as opposed to "fought sexily." And the energy between the two characters was unique and kinda sweet. Add all the wizards, explosions, troll-like villans and pretty well-done fights and you've got a decent mix. The only complaint I had was that the only other female character was dead. What of both of the main characters' mother's too?
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A Kid's Review on April 18, 2006
Format: DVD
My little brother was jabbering about this for days when he discovered that Megabloks had made a movie. I was a little skeptical at first. I thought the movie wouldn't be any good or the bad guys might be too scary for him.

Turns out, after looking all over for a movie store that had it for rent, it was a really good movie! Everyone enjoyed it, even me! The story was good, the bad guy(s) were mean and creepy, and the dragons were AWESOME!!! They were my favorite part; aside from Princess Kyra and her cool martial art skills.

I was happy that the main guy in a movie got shown up for once.

Kyra and Dev had a short fighting sequence and Kyra must've knocked the prince down at least three times!

The dragons were very cool! The wing flaps and tail movements were very realistic. The legs were realistic too, but the dragons didn't walk that much.

Anyway, it was a great movie and I'm glad I had the chance to watch it. If you like dragons, creepy wizards, and sword fights, you will love this movie!!!

Now, if only Megabloks could make their building toys as good as their movies.
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My 10 year old daughter thinks this is brillant.She's a tweener who is phasing out Barbie and Bratz and has fallen in love with this toy concept.Though this animation seems to be c-grade to me I am not it's target.I don't think children care about the quality of animation,direction if the concept moves them ( my daughter cannot stand Finding Nemo).The relationship between the human prince and princess is refreshingly platonic and perfect for this age.I would reconmend this for any fantasy loving child.
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Format: VHS Tape
While Dragons: Fire and Ice did not have the best animation it could have, the excellent storyline more than made up for it. It is rare these days to find an animated movie that has an actual plot to it. Hats off to Dragons! A movie well-worth the time of any dragon lover.
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This movie has a lot of things boys like - Dragons, flying, Wizards, magic. It really has a pretty good story with twists and turns clever enough to surprise kids. The only reasons I gave it 4 rather than 5 stars is the animation of the characters could be better (like the new GI Joe movie), but some of the structures and scenes are quite beautiful. In the sequel to this movie, the directors should do more first person view shots like things flying past and almost hitting you etc. for even more excitement. Overall, a very good story.
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If, like me going in, you find yourself wondering what in the world is Dragons Fire & Ice, rest assured, there is a bit of explanation required. Apparently turning building block-inspired franchises into direct-to-DVD computer animated films has become big business these past few years. Perhaps you're familiar with the Lego inspired Bionicle film series? If not maybe you have heard of Lego Hero Factory, or Clutch Powers. Well what we have here is the same concept only rather than Legos, Mega Bloks represents the source material and, out of a seemingly limitless pool of genres to select from therein, Dragons Fire & Ice (DF&A) opts to focus on a medieval/ fantasy setting on which its tale is woven.

So just what is this tale you wonder? The back-story centers on two feuding kingdoms: Draigar and Norvagen who, apparently have been unimpressed with one another for a good thousand years and counting. It turns out that much of the conflict can be attributed to the fact that the peacekeepers of the land, the Great Dragons (with a little help from their magic gemstones) have all but fled through a portal to a dimension where foolish war-mongering humans are not an issue.

In fact the piece opens with there remaining but a single dragon on each side of the conflict and a member of royalty (Prince Dev of the Viking-like Norvagen and Princess Kyra of the feudal Draigar) setting up an offensive against the other. Playing both sides of the coin is a shady wizard with control over the element of ice named Xenoz.

On the brink of all out war between the kingdoms, an army of trolls (Vorgan) said to be in the service of a rogue dragon appears and levels the playing field in one fell swoop.
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