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Plot: Profion, a tyrant, attempts to overthrow a peaceful kingdom ruled by a tough empress. Runtime: 107 min Release Date: 08 Dec 2000
Is this a quality film? No, it is not. Is this a well made film? No it is not. But is it entertaining? Thats really a matter of opinion, and mine is yes, it is. One very important thing that should be remembered when watching any sci-fi or fantasy movie is that it probably doesn't have a good budget. Or casting, or effects or maybe anything good at all. You should go into these movies, and i do mean ANY sci-fi/fantasy, knowing full well that there is a very good chance it is lacking in production value. With all that said and done, this movie was an awesome amount of fun to watch. As a <more>
regular dice roller, i found the plot to be consistent with an average game, or at least with enough of the games elements to do it justice. Yes, the acting could have been better. And the writing. But it was FUN. I had a fantastic time the entire time i was watching it. I laughed, i cried not really and i joked about it afterward. My point is, this movie is bad for the sake of being bad. I highly recommend it for any one in need of a fun hour and a half. It's probably best watched with friends, for mst3k reasons. Just don't let any pretensions ruin a fine movie for you.
One of the Most Under-rated movies ever. (by ralph.hise)
After reading some of the first reviews of this movie. I thought it would be horrible, but having played the role-playing game many years ago I decided to see it anyway. I was amazed the special effects, and visual art work were some of the best I had ever seen, and from every thing I remember the characters stayed within there game play roles. This story is both interesting and compelling with several unexpected plot twists, and an unexpected ending. If this movie is a measure of movie critics I think this may be the last time I read there reviews. If I had followed their advice and <more>
"save the ticket price' I would have missed a great cinema experience.
this is what I'm talking about baby. it was awesome. screw the D and D game anyway it sucked. And the props in the film were not that bad. I'm talking about the legend himself Tom Baker making an appearance as well as Jeremy Irons best role next to Die Hard With a Vengeance. I am so sick an tired of you guys not knowing how to have fun with a cool cheesy movie at the theaters. not everything has to be Shakespeare you know. what we have here is simply a fun action fantasy film. i loved every second of this film, and would highly recommend it to Doctor Who fans. as for you Dungeons and <more>
Dragons game fans all i can say is better luck next time.
It has caught the feeling of the roleplayinggame totally. People who don't like this movie can't ever have played the game in their youth. It's like actually watching an adventure played by thirteen-year-olds, and its wonderful.I think people take this movie for something other than it was meant to. I think it was meant to be a fun role-playing-inspired film. Nothing less, nothing more.I love the fact that everything that happens is classic and that every character is so un-original that it almost hurts.Someone wrote in their comment something about that the elf and the dwarf had <more>
nothing to do in the movie, and they're WRONG! How could you ever try to gather a party to save the world without the dwarf and the elf, I just ask. Everyone knows that they MUST be in the group.Another person wrote that he can't help but laugh at people who like this movie, and thats so darn sad. Do he laugh to hide his grief over the sad fact that he is so stuffed with criticism that he just can't relax and treat the movie as its meant: with a grain of salt and a big smile, cause hey - epical fantasy humor is FUN! If you don't like the movie, buy the game, roll a D20 and create something better with your friends instead of whining like a baby.
Not the best, but I've seen worse attempts. (by athbstuk05)
At the time when this movie was new, I was still a young child so I was not aware of the terrible acting or background scenery, and I didn't watch other science fiction shows like Star Trek so I had nothing to compare it to. As such, I enjoyed the movie, especially the gauntlet part, but thats mainly because I played Dungeons and Dragons with my friends, and the movie was a decent attempt to portray that, although I'd have to agree that two of the main characters were expendable. The worst attempt I've seen as a game crossover to a movie is Final Fantasy. Overall, I wouldn't <more>
highly recommend it to anyone. This is a cult film at best, with only a few people who would really want to watch the movie more than once.
A Charming, Funny, Campy Swords & Sorcery Film With a Big Heart (by TheMovieDoctorful)
Of every film that I've fiercely defended, this one may be the most widely reviled. It sports a 9% on Rotten Tomatoes, a 1.5 on Letterboxd and a 3.7 on IMDb. Many critics have called it one of the worst films of all time. What brought them to that conclusion? Honestly, I couldn't tell you. As an avid fan of both 80s Swords & Sorcery flicks, as well as the Dungeons & Dragons tabletop RPG, I found Dungeons & Dragons 2000 to be a surprisingly heartfelt and well made fantasy film. It's campy, but intentionally and enjoyably so, and I can only imagine how fun it must have <more>
been to shoot.Obviously, Dungeons & Dragons 2000 is no Empire Strikes Back. It has its flaws. While most of the cast seems to be having the time of their lives, the one party pooper seems to be Thora Birch as Empress Savina. The worst thing an actress can do in a campy film like this is underact and that's just what Birch ends up doing. Nearly every line she gives seems like it's being read off of a cue card. Her performance is at least enjoyably poor near the end, but for the most part, she doesn't even seem to be trying. The movie's pacing comes to a screeching halt whenever she's on screen. My opinions on the Council of Mages scenes are rather a mixed bag. On one hand, I suppose they do bring more weight to the film's themes on the more homogenous nature of evil, how the laziness and inaction of a nation's people is what leads to its ascent and how good can only prevail if diverse peoples come together to fight for it. On the other hand, these scenes are at a bit of thematic conflict with the more campy tone of the film.Apart from Birch, I love all of the other acting performances in this film. Jeremy Irons has often been the subject of criticism for his hammy and over-the-top performance as the wicked mage Profion, but I couldn't love his overacting more. That's exactly the way that an insane, megalomaniacal, chaotic evil mage like Profion was supposed to act. His overacted performance benefited the film's camp value greatly and his madness felt authentic to me, to the point where the other actors seemed almost afraid Irons had lost it on set.The same can be said of Bruce Payne's Damodar. Payne is an underrated actor and he does great work balancing the more intimidating and creepy aspects of his villain with the more comedic and over the top ones. I enjoyed how the film kept his backstory and motivations more secretive, it gave his character more mystery and made him more interesting.Justin Whalin is a very likable hero playing the role of Ridley. He has some great comedic timing and definitely has an aura of youthful charisma to him, while still showcasing some real emotional vulnerability near the end. I was reasonably surprised how invested I was in his arc from thieving urchin to altruistic hero, he never came off as a simplistic archetype to me and always felt like a real person.Zoe McLellan is great in this film as well playing Marina. Much like Whalin, she has some wonderful comedic timing, but can really step back and step up her dramatic game when the scene calls for it. She has an incredible vocal range in this film and it's a shame we weren't able to see her in more films. Marina is admittedly not as strong a character as Ridley, but she's a likable presence and her arc from high society snob to charitable heroine is investing enough.Marlon Wayans is an...Odd choice to play the comic relief in this kind of film. But you know what? It works. I found him hilarious. His comedic lines aren't nearly as cheap as people make them out to be and Snails isn't nearly the level of caricature that critics have described him as. Much like Snails, he really transcends the preconceptions and expectations you might have for his character in the 2nd half, showing a far more idealistic and self-sacrificing side buried underneath his seemingly shallow ego.Praise should also be given to Lee Arenberg's Dwarven berserker Elwood, who steals nearly every scene he's in with his infectious sense of humor, and Kristen Wilson's Norda, who does very effective work playing the straight woman against all this absurdity.What makes this film work best, however, is the chemistry. Dungeons & Dragons as a tabletop RPG is all about the interaction between players. If that experience falls flat, the session won't be entertaining. Dungeons & Dragons 2000 captures that idea wonderfully. Every actor and actress in this film Bar Birch plays wonderfully off of each other's strengths and I had no issue buying their respective relationships in the film and getting invested in them. The film is almost reminiscent of Guardians of the Galaxy in that respect With better villains , where the appeal comes from how well these characters bounce off each other.The practical effects and sets in the film have such a wonderful charm. The aesthetic style of the costumes, sets, creature FX makeup, armor and weapons of Izmer is all so unique and inventive. I don't think Dungeons & Dragons 2000 gets nearly enough credit for how practical effects heavy it was, nor for how much effort and hard work was put into those effects. Often times today, a film will give us one character with a makeup prosthetic, some homemade gore FX and call itself "practical effects heavy", but Dungeons & Dragons 2000 really commits to that principle.Obviously, Dungeons & Dragons 2000 is no masterpiece. However, it's not the crime against cinema it's made out to be either. And above all, it's fun. I'd say give it another shot. You DO like to have FUN, don't you?
The actors ... falter. That's the only way I can explain it. In most of the scenes the acting is brilliant, but every so often we see a shot in which the acting is not up to par. Except for the actress who plays the Empress, who is consistently lousy.And for some reason, there's one guy with blue lips. I don't know what that's about.But beyond that, I can't think of anything wrong with the movie. The plot and the characters are engaging, the special effects are very realistic. If you know what to look for, you can tell that most of the shots of the town are 90 to 100% CG, <more>
but where the animation ends and real sets begin is less obvious.You should watch this.
The one important thing one shouldn't forget is that Fantasy is very difficult to film. The real good Fantasy films are out there, the 'less good' ones as well. Sad, but true...That said, however, bearing in mind that 'Dungeons and Dragons'is a movie based on an RPG - of which no one story, dungeon, or plot was the direct source of inspiration - then the movie is in itself very entertaining and actually well done.The film's actors did their best and acted in the film as melodramatically 'cheesy' as some of the best D&D and AD&D players out there.Long <more>
I can understand people's apprehension to the movie. (by covey_whitegold)
I personally adored the movie, enjoyed the story line and loved the characters. People who've never played the Role Playing Game Dungeons and Dragons as children and/or teenagers can probably never appreciate the underlying humor and accuracies within the storyline. It is taken for granted an understanding of what the characters represent and people who've never learned the game might never feel a connection with the characters. The Dwarf was in my opinion and excellent semblance of what that race represented in that imaginary world with good humor in a few areas. I thought what I <more>
seen definitely brought me back to those hours of enjoying the game with my many friends through my childhood in the 80's. I wished very much a continuation of a part 2 movie or mini stories and such but that will probably never be the case.