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Fire & Ice - Dragon Chronicles [Blu-ray]

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When the peaceful kingdom of Carpia is besieged by a monstrous Fire Dragon, Princess Luisa (Amy Acker) searches for a savior to slay the mighty beast. She finds Gabriel (Tom Wisdom), the son of a legendary knight, and the two summon the powerful Ice Dragon, a decision which may prove deadly for them all.

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  • Actors: Tom Wisdom, John Rhys-Davies, Arnold Vosloo
  • Directors: Pitof
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, NTSC
  • Language: English (DTS-HD 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Entertainment One
  • DVD Release Date: November 23, 2010
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003XTUAX2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #84,596 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Fire & Ice - Dragon Chronicles [Blu-ray]" on IMDb

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By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 18, 2010
Format: DVD
I honestly feel sorry for Pitof. The guy started off with such stylistic promise, but then he directed "Catwoman" and it was all downhill from there. And his latest fantasy foray is "Fire And Ice: The Dragon Chronicles," a movie that is quite good by the standards of SyFy/Sci-Fi original movies (Alert: now damning with faint praise!), but is still a massive stewpot of bad fantasy cliches.

Carpia is a happy, clean, Renaissance Faire kind of kingdom... until a giant dragon starts periodically visiting to burn everything. With the population starving (although everybody still looks pretty plump), Princess Louisa (Amy Ackers) sets out to find a legendary banished knight who is apparently the ONLY PERSON who can slay a dragon. Sadly, the guy has died and she has to deal with his money-grubbing son Gabriel (Tom Wisdom).

So how do you kill a fire dragon? Uh... apparently you sic an ice dragon on it, although it seems Gabriel's dad didn't do that. And of course, while they're fighting the good king of Carpia will clash at last with the evil king of a neighboring kingdom. Symbolism!

Let's see, we have a Han-Soloish hero, slimy advisor, wise and quirky mentor, spunky tomboy princess, perfect king, evil king, and sinister forest inhabited by malevolent savages? It feels like Pitof mined every single cliche he could come up with for "Fire and Ice," and just added water for INSTANT EPIC FANTASY MOVIE.

Even worse, the script has painful dialogue ("I'm expecting a hollow echo when I pierce your heart"), plot holes (these kingdoms are TINY), and some really bizarre moments (behold the Medieval Movie Projector!).
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I am partial to dragons, that's what drew me to this movie (two dragons for the price of one). How can you hate a movie with hot and cold running dragons? True, it's not the best example of a fantasy flick featuring dragons. The heroine (Amy Acker as Princess Luisa) is a tad on the sappy side of annoying. Her eventual love interest (Tom Wisdom as Gabriel) is a standard hero type that everyone must rely on. Her father the `good' king is played by Arnold Vosloo, half the time he looks bewildered, as though he was asking why am I in this movie, as opposed to, "what's my next line?" Of the lot, only John Rhys-Davies looks as though he's having any fun ("Money! Oh, we like money! I remember what it looks like!"). The rest of the cast are unknown foreign actors learned in the realm of melodrama (the way in which they over-emote you'd think they thought they were doing Shakespeare!). At any rate, the plot is simple and straight forward. The kingdom of Carpia is besieged by a dragon that's on fire as it spouts fire. Their neighbors are not in the least bit worried by this evil creature because they have a big round doodad on their roof that keeps this dragon at bay. There's plenty of skullduggery and betrayal. The good queen scowl's a lot and the good king listens to his (so obviously EVIL) advisor entirely too much, you'd think he didn't have a brain of his own worth making decisions without the input of this slimy sycophant. Naturally, they need a dragon slayer but end up with another dragon instead. I guess no one bothered to consider that using one dragon to kill another dragon still leaves you with a dragon to deal with. The ice dragon certainly couldn't be called upon to commit suicide after playing mercenary for them. Time to pay the piper!

Yes, it's a bit on the dopey side but I enjoyed it nonetheless.
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Fun sword & sorcery genre film! Very unique design for the dragons they looked like flying sting rays with heads! People may question me giving this movie a 5 star rating but I judge a movie by what it gives you for its budget & this one delivers! If you are a fan of sword & sorcery films you might want to add this one to your collection if you find it for a good price.
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This is one cool dragon movie! The fire dragon is like Godzilla with wings. Great effects as it swoops down and breathes fire on the villagers.

Amy Acker is cast as Princess Luisa. She recruits the son of a legendary knight to do battle with this mighty beast. Amy does battle with tree people. She uses some of her fighting skills she learned as Fred Burkle in the Angel series. The weapons collection pales in comparison to the vast weaponry Angel had at his disposal.

The smile and charm of Amy Acker always captivates me !! So she had me with her first scenes in the movie. She does get a lot of screen time in this film so its all good!! The effects are top notch, the scenery is beautiful and the cast is great. Besides who does not like a good old fashioned fire dragon movie?
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If I have anything really good to say about Fire & Ice-Dragon Chronicles it's that the dragons were very imaginative and break out of the typical dinosaur with wings style many use as the basis for a dragon. They are more like reptilian/elemental manta rays flying through the air. For the most part the action and story focuses on the people and the kingdoms affected by the first dragon and much of THAT part of the story is fairly stereotypical (though there were a few good twists).
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