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Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God 2005 123movies

Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God 2005 123movies

Sep. 01, 2005105 Min.
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Plot: Due to a curse from his former master Profion, Damodar survived his death by Ridley Freeborn as an undead entity in pursuit of an evil artifact for some hundred years, so that he might be capable of unleashing unstoppable destruction on Izmir and the descendants of those who caused his demise.
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Another fumble from the D&D franchise
I should be in geek heaven. Another Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) movie? After the critical hit that the first one took, I wouldn’t have thought it possible … but clearly someone has more faith in the franchise than the viewing public.

Wrath of the Dragon God is better cinematically than the original, but just isn’t as much fun. While the first went for all the clichés (including the initial tavern rendezvous) and the full-on dragon war climax, the latest seems oddly low key … despite its typically apocalyptic plot line.

Over a century has passed and Damodar (Bruce Payne) has returned from undeath with another foul plan for world domination. A band of experienced adventurers is hastily assembled – representing all the major character classes (a fighter, mage, cleric, rogue and barbarian) – to thwart him. And that’s pretty much it.

There’s a decent dungeon crawl sequence and some okay fight scenes, but it all seems very pedestrian and just an odd rehash of Hawk The Slayer (still, in my humble opinion, the best non-D&D D&D movie). We do get a pretty ‘realistic’ cinematic interpretation of Third Edition Dungeons & Dragons, some eye candy in the Xena-esquire shape of the barbarian Lux, fanboy in-jokes (in the shape of adventure module name dropping e.g. ‘Barrier Peaks’ and ‘The Ghost Tower of Inverness’ to name but two) and a few snippets of witty banter.

But for my two gold pieces, it could have been so much more. If the movie makers were trying to breath new life into the franchise they should have tried to make something that was dramatically different from the first, not just another version. In this sort of low-budget fantasy adventure fare, one quest is very much like another – whatever trinket the champions are seeking.

And enough with the CGI dragons already…

999 experience points to the writers, cast and directors for effort, but not enough to take them up a level yet.

Review By: knight110tim Rating: 6 Date: 2006-02-10
Like an adventure with a really crappy dungeonmaster…
From what I had heard about the first film, I was better off skipping it and watching the second. When the opportunity arose to do that, I decided to seize it since I had a couple of hours that I could waste. I can’t compare it to the first in the series, but as a Dungeons and Dragons player since the 80s and a great fan of fantasy, I can analyse it on its own merits.

The first thing and the main thing that impressed me was the inclusion of several aspects from the actual game. I really liked the little touches of detail. Spells, items, monsters and more were all here. It was really wonderful to see all these brought to life.

The second was that it really did have a very distinctly Dungeons and Dragons feel to it, rather than just any fantasy film. There was an eye to things that fans and players would know, and that made it distinctly identifiable, which was nice; so often filmmakers, especially Hollywood, are notorious for tacking on an inapplicable brand name to a barely identifiable film tie-in.

Unfortunately, despite all these things, making it Dungeons and Dragons doesn’t necessarily make it good Dungeons and Dragons. The film was a rather bitter and unhappy affair, and I found myself often really brought down by its miserable tone throughout. It is comparable to taking your character to a session run by a stranger, who has bought a module at a rummage sale somewhere and wants to inflict it upon you; he doesn’t really know very well how to run the game and tries as hard as he can to destroy you all, to give himself some sort of sadistic pleasure. Afterwards, unhappy with the experience, you take your character and file him away, to be brought around for another campaign run, instead, by someone you know and trust. Which may not happen for years. And at that point you conveniently omit that one odd session out, because it was that unenjoyable.

And that’s essentially what this film is: a bad module run by a nasty, childish sadist of a dungeonmaster. The story is relentlessly depressing and poorly-handled in every such aspect, and it additionally functions to make virtually all of the characters difficult to sympathise with or even care about. The leader is completely bland, although his love Melora was the high point of the film (and, predictably, the most tormented). The Elf mage was interesting but underused, the female barbarian was there solely for eye candy (though she did a pretty good job with her lacking part), and the cleric was there because someone apparently thought clerics were useless. All of us who know otherwise sent up a collective groan at the treatment of this one.

The rogue was a good actor, but his part was similarly inane and the character completely unlikable. He also ended up underused in the parts that could’ve shown his strengths, and overused in parts where he was completely superfluous. The villain was utterly forgettable unfortunately, although the monster effects were quite memorable indeed. I really did enjoy the dragons and so forth, especially the ultimate confrontation. Really exciting and really well done.

It’s just a pity that the rest had to be endured to get there. This is the kind of story that you hear from people who decided to try the game once, got some garbage like this thrown at them, and ended up quitting and never again going near a tabletop game. It’s sad, but it’s amazing what an inept dungeonmaster can do for someone’s enthusiasm. That’s essentially what happened here.

And while the details were nice for a while, there were times when they were just useless and frustrating. We had a Drow throwaway joke, but where were any actual Drow? We had a ‘necropolis’ (cleverly masquerading as a sylvan glen) complete with a lich, but what real purpose did it serve? And so on.

If there had been more of a heroic, pleasant fantasy tone rather than a by-the-numbers destroy-em-all gauntlet tone, it would’ve been much more satisfying. As it was, it gave the impression of enduring the film, rather than enjoying it. There were some pleasant parts and some nice aspects, some talented people trying to do their best with lacking parts and ludicrous circumstances, but the tale itself was all too unpleasant. And as any player of Dungeons and Dragons knows, the story is everything.

It wasn’t a complete loss. It’s not totally a horror. But it is by no means a fantastic film, unfortunately for those who put so much energy into it. Hopefully if they do a third one, they will go for a better situation and different villain, as well as a less depressing, unhappy, and just plain unpleasant story.

And for pity’s sake, somebody tell the DM that nobody likes to play games with someone trying hard to get them killed!

Review By: moonmonday Rating: 4 Date: 2009-07-19

Other Information:

Original Title Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God
Release Date 2005-09-01
Release Year 2005

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 45 min (105 min) (USA), 1 hr 45 min (105 min) (Philippines)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Director Gerry Lively
Writer Robert Kimmel, Gerry Lively, Brian Rudnick
Actors Bruce Payne, Mark Dymond, Clemency Burton-Hill, Ellie Chidzey
Country Germany, UK, USA
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Video (HDTV)
Cinematographic Process HDTV, Sony HDTV Camera
Printed Film Format N/A

Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God 2005 123movies
Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God 2005 123movies
Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God 2005 123movies
Original title Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God
TMDb Rating 4.5 79 votes

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