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Dragon Fury 1995 123movies

Dragon Fury 1995 123movies

The Future Has Just Unleashed The Ultimate WarriorMar. 02, 199585 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Mason, a dragon warrior from the future, returns to the year 1999 in search of a serum that can combat a disease simply known as “The Plague.” In the post-apocalyptic world of 2099 — after an earthquake has destroyed all of civilization has been — “The Plague” is the deadliest menace of them all. And the cure for it lies in the past!
Plot: Mason, a dragon warrior from the future, returns to the year 1999 in search of a serum that can combat a disease simply known as “The Plague.” In the post-apocalyptic world of 2099 — after an earthquake has destroyed all of civilization has been — “The Plague” is the deadliest menace of them all. And the cure for it lies in the past!
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Reviews:

“I’ll answer more questions after we rest and have sex”
After making his acting debut in RING OF STEEL – one of the best films about weapons-fighting I have ever seen – swordsman Robert Chapin followed it up with this little independent disaster. DRAGON FURY is an ambitious outing that partially recycles the premise of THE TERMINATOR with swords in place of robots, without a hint of a substantial budget. Though it bears the Troma label, this is likely a third-party acquisition because despite its hokeyness, it lacks the inspired cult spirit of the likes of THE TOXIC AVENGER. Not to spoil the rest of the review, but this movie isn’t very good.

The story: A warrior from a dystopian future (Chapin) and his cohort (Chona Jason) travel back in time to 1999 and attempt to recover the cure for a devastating disease while being hunted by the minions of an evil overlord (Richard Lynch).

From the opening shots of a mass slaughter taking place on a flimsy outdoor set, the viewer knows s/he’s in for the amateur experience. Things improve a little when the characters travel through time and have the public property of Los Angeles to elevate the production standard, but the single-camera cinematography and restrictive indoor locations never let you forget what kind of a movie you’re watching. The tone of this college-level production is inconsistent and inharmonious: for the most part, the performers are trying to tell a semi-serious action yarn, but aside from moments of massive overacting, there are instances where it seems like a rogue goofball took over the production with intentionally bad comedic scenes and silly inserts (e.g. goofy voiceovers when characters are stabbed). I don’t know what to make of this, other than be unimpressed.

Though Richard Lynch gets top billing, the real villain of the piece is T.J. Storm, given his presence and the fact that his genuine athletic ability is one of the few highlights of the film. Though the fight scenes that he contributes to are plagued by occasionally silly choreography and vague repetitiveness, Storm and Chapin and a handful of martial costars are fun to watch and their smooth sword-fighting is a welcome change from kickboxing. The fights are virtually the only reason one would want to watch this movie, other than for laughs, but even I can’t get maximum enjoyment out of the ten or so duels due to the underutilization of Chona Jason and the absolutely embarrassing finale between Chapin and Lynch.

DRAGON FURY has enough spirit and enthusiasm to save it from a lower rating, but it’s still a cheap movie that can hardly afford its own special effects and features some blatant goofs (get a load of T.J. Storm’s white stunt double). I don’t think it’s funny enough to achieve cult status, rendering it as little more than a cheap action movie that made questionable choices of how to maximize its resources. Let it be.

Review By: The_Phantom_Projectionist Rating: 4 Date: 2015-10-28
“I’ll answer more questions after we rest and have sex”
After making his acting debut in RING OF STEEL – one of the best films about weapons-fighting I have ever seen – swordsman Robert Chapin followed it up with this little independent disaster. DRAGON FURY is an ambitious outing that partially recycles the premise of THE TERMINATOR with swords in place of robots, without a hint of a substantial budget. Though it bears the Troma label, this is likely a third-party acquisition because despite its hokeyness, it lacks the inspired cult spirit of the likes of THE TOXIC AVENGER. Not to spoil the rest of the review, but this movie isn’t very good.

The story: A warrior from a dystopian future (Chapin) and his cohort (Chona Jason) travel back in time to 1999 and attempt to recover the cure for a devastating disease while being hunted by the minions of an evil overlord (Richard Lynch).

From the opening shots of a mass slaughter taking place on a flimsy outdoor set, the viewer knows s/he’s in for the amateur experience. Things improve a little when the characters travel through time and have the public property of Los Angeles to elevate the production standard, but the single-camera cinematography and restrictive indoor locations never let you forget what kind of a movie you’re watching. The tone of this college-level production is inconsistent and inharmonious: for the most part, the performers are trying to tell a semi-serious action yarn, but aside from moments of massive overacting, there are instances where it seems like a rogue goofball took over the production with intentionally bad comedic scenes and silly inserts (e.g. goofy voiceovers when characters are stabbed). I don’t know what to make of this, other than be unimpressed.

Though Richard Lynch gets top billing, the real villain of the piece is T.J. Storm, given his presence and the fact that his genuine athletic ability is one of the few highlights of the film. Though the fight scenes that he contributes to are plagued by occasionally silly choreography and vague repetitiveness, Storm and Chapin and a handful of martial costars are fun to watch and their smooth sword-fighting is a welcome change from kickboxing. The fights are virtually the only reason one would want to watch this movie, other than for laughs, but even I can’t get maximum enjoyment out of the ten or so duels due to the underutilization of Chona Jason and the absolutely embarrassing finale between Chapin and Lynch.

DRAGON FURY has enough spirit and enthusiasm to save it from a lower rating, but it’s still a cheap movie that can hardly afford its own special effects and features some blatant goofs (get a load of T.J. Storm’s white stunt double). I don’t think it’s funny enough to achieve cult status, rendering it as little more than a cheap action movie that made questionable choices of how to maximize its resources. Let it be.

Review By: The_Phantom_Projectionist Rating: 4 Date: 2015-10-28

Other Information:

Original Title Dragon Fury
Release Date 1995-03-02
Release Year 1995

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 19 min (79 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Action, Sci-Fi
Director David Heavener
Writer David Heavener
Actors Richard Lynch, Robert Chapin, Chona Jason
Country United States
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio N/A
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Original title Dragon Fury
TMDb Rating 2.8 6 votes

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