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Plot: In present-day London, 12-year-old Quinn Abercromby witnesses the awakening of a hibernating dragon from a centuries-long slumber, the result of a construction dig supervised by his mother and an incident for which Quinn feels partially responsible. Twenty years later, the adult Quinn (Christian… Runtime: 101 min Release Date: 12 Jul 2002
I think this is the best post-apocalyptic action film since The Road Warrior. Everything about it works: the story, the acting, the sets, the special effects. It amazes me that this film never found it's audience. I think it's fantastic.A really interesting take on the dragon myth. Something never seen before in a film. Unfortunately, that summer of 2002 all anyone could think about was the over hyped debut of "spider man." Such a shame, because this film beats it by a mile in terms of imagination on display. The sequence where men attempt to snare a dragon in mid-air is <more>
something that has never been seen before on-screen. Amazing and excellent stuff, pulled off with panache.
A very underrated film that deserves to be seen (by YouRebelScum)
Caught this on DVD recently and was happily surprised. It's a 'post-apocalypse' story where mankind is reduced to living an almost stone-age existence by a global disaster, but this time the apocalypse is brought about not by nuclear weapons but a race of dragons unleashed from the depths of the earth by over-ambitious mining! OK, it's a pretty silly concept, but the whole thing is handled with panache. Director Rob X-Files Bowman is obviously at home with this kind of subject matter and the visuals are excellent thanks to cinematographer Adrian Biddel, a dab hand at <more>
photographing the impossible thanks to his work on the two Mummy films and The World Is Not Enough. Critics here in the UK panned it when it came out, saying that it needed more special effects, but they completely missed out on the charm of the film, which was in the ingenious ways that it showed the human race had been changed by the onset of the dragons. I loved the scene where Quinn and his sidekick, having to entertain a castle full of children without the benefit of TV or video games, enact a scene from Star Wars, providing both dialogue and narration as they go.Don't listen to the critics, this is definitely worth a look.
I think that even if I was not a huge fan of both leading men in this film, I would have loved it. It was entirely impossible to turn the movie off. It started off as a great concept and just got better with the characters' humor and realism. I am currently recommending it to all my friends and family already a favorite of my mom, brother, niece, and nephew Thoroughly enjoyable.
The worst movie ever (by sirvodka)
I cannot believe that this movie has got the reviews it has so far. I guess there are people that want to appear to be pseudo-intellects and post these grandiose reviews of this movie. Suck. People, wake up and smell the garbage, this movie stinks! I hated this movie from the first retarded plot line, which didn't take long, to the very anti-climax. This film attacks the IQ of every halfway intelligent being on the face of this earth, and probably beyond. I realize that some movies don't make sense, yet are still enjoyable, however, this movie is not one of them. Not one scene in this <more>
crapfest makes any sense. Sure, the, acting is acceptable, but the dialog is horrible. Sure, the action is there, but it makes no sense. I could give many specific examples, but it's a waste of my time, trust me, instead of watching this movie, punch yourself in the sack, it will hurt less. I rate this travesty a 9, I would rather be punted in the balls, 9 times then watch this filth again.
True modern saga: tanks against dragons! (by Efenstor)
The true modern saga with all the compulsory attributes: heroes, dragons, castles ... and helicopters, tanks and machine guns. Indeed, only one helicopter but still such a story could be probably written by Strugatski brothers. Reminds "It's Hard to Be a God" in some aspect. Survival of a man in bizarre dangers is their favourite idea as well as of this movie.Made by Rob Bowman, one of the makers of "X-Files", who did an amazing job on combining medieval saga elements with something of a modern "Rambo"-like war movie. If you'd take stills from different <more>
parts of the film you'd hardly believe it's one and the same movie. The plot has some similarity to "Waterworld" but it's darker and much more serious. Strong characters, strong atmosphere and the great play. Plus excellent special effects, though there are not too much of them.Except several scenes "Reign of Fire" shot in the blue-red manner associated with water and fire -- the basic components of the story. The photography is not outstanding but still very good, especially in the scenes of dragon's attacks. The direction is rather smooth, no abnormal speed-ups and slow-downs of the action, but the end still not really convincing. Of course there is a lot of little imperfections in the plot but they are forgivable for the whole originality of the film. Also it could be less harsh but indeed which sagas are mild? "Reign of Fire" looks medieval despite of the tanks and the helicopter. It's also very good that the movie is international, not US-centered nor UK-centered and not binded to the modern way of life of any country at all.Modern fantasy in its purest form. Unique. 9 of 10 because of too strong war atmosphere.
Well, I loved this movie. I found it was refreshingly different from the normal Hollywood offerings. It did have action and special effects - albeit not in the quantities that other reviewers wanted to see. But the movie wasn't *about* the action or special effects - it had more human drama in it than that. The storyline was also not too 'dumbed down' - but showed intelligence. Of course the story is far fetched - but it was still dealt with in an intelligent manner.I particularly liked the tension and distrust between the UK and US characters, and the way the film was written <more>
from a more British viewpoint. So what could have been done better? I thought the journey to London was a bit short - a good place to add another battle-scene perhaps? And maybe a little more set-up to show how the castle in Northumberland was run although that might have made that part of the film a little too long Anyway. An excellent film. Maybe I'll buy a copy...
Highly Entertaining, Interesting Movie (by winstonsmith_84)
The previews for this movie did not really interest or impress me at all. In fact, I went to this movie only half-interested with a friend who claimed that it would be a good movie. The PG rating worried me, and I was afraid it would be another poorly done movie. I mean, dragons in the future?? However, the previews didn't really say anything about the great acting, touching scenes, and great overall story and concept. What a surprise this movie was! Matthew McConnaughy does a great job, and I could only really half-believe it was him through the whole movie! He plays such an interesting <more>
character ... and then the highly rated Christian Bale lives up to his previous acting job... a brilliant performance on his part.I really was impressed with this movie. It's a wonderful post-apocalyptic movie that explains the demise of the dinosaurs, and brings a whole new element to the evolution and recycling of life on planet Earth. Everything in this movie was great, and sci-fi fantasy fans, you MUST SEE THIS MOVIE!!A few complaints though, no nothing too bad really.. just nitpicky: 1 a poor directing decision on filming parts of the dragon's eyesight perspective; this kind of technique is shabby, but luckily, it was for only 2 quick shots. 2 They should have explained how the tanks and helicopters get their fuel. 3 The end line was a little silly, something to do with evolution? Huh? 4 Where did all the female dragons go at the end? They just seem to dissapear... maybe an extra 2 minute scene there could have helped to explain the final demise of the dragons.Overall, this movie is a winner! I'd rate it a solid 8/10 or so! See it! Finally, a post-apocalypse movie that is original, believeable, and doesn't have Kevin Costner in it!!!
I love this film. It shows the very human struggle to survive after they've been knocked from the top of the food chain. It blends medieval mythology with a modern era breathlessly. Definitely an original take on Man vs Dragon. Now to get this straight, this is a film about Humans, not about Dragons. The dragons merely supply the unique reason for the apocalypse. This is a film about the post-apocalypse, not the apocalypse. It's not about skies full of Dragons turning worldwide armed forces into ash on an epic scale. It's not about Dragons setting the world, quite literally, on <more>
fire. It's about after all that's happened.Which is a shame this was advertised as a film about Dragons burning all life as we know it. Of course, everyone goes in expecting to see 90 minutes of Dragons destroying everything. If this had been advertised as a more human film about after these Dragons have completely wasted everything, I really think this could've been seen as a good film. It unfortunately set expectations high in the wrong sort of viewers by a mind-blowingly epic trailer.Christian Bale, Gerard Butler and Matthew McConaughey all deliver their role superbly, and the script isn't as bad as it's made out to be either. The effects were great and the Dragons do look pretty realistic, to the point I almost believed this was a documentary. Okay, so there are some plot holes, but it doesn't take a rocket scientist to fill those in yourself. I mean, does everything have to be explained so obviously? The only reason this film gets 4 stars and not 5 is because, being a film about human struggle, it could've done with a bit more character development. Other than that, it's a deeply entertaining, well-acted, suspenseful film.Don't knock it before you see it for yourself.
I read nearly half of the users' comments there are 400+ in all on "Reign of Fire" and saw only two references to Gerard Butler: one simply mentioning he's in it and the other slamming him in general. I disagree and am surprised at the lack of regard for his being in the movie. His is arguably the most sympathetic character in the movie and likely the only one with any sense of humor. I purposely see every movie Gerard Butler is in -- it is what draws me to the theater for certain films, such as this one. I probably would watch him reading the phone book! That being said, I <more>
enjoyed this movie. Yes, it can be seen that they cut corners in terms of the shortage of special effects scenes and the poster WAS misleading. But I think people are jaded these days. After seeing so many movies with explosive effects, people aren't satisfied with anything less. I also enjoyed "Timeline", in which Gerard also stars. That movie, too, was widely slammed, but I liked it. I like fantasy films with a bit of romance. I like effects, too, but I don't think that's all there is to it. I can't wait to see Gerard in "Beowulf and Grendel" but I'm sure people are already sharpening their knives to crucify him and that movie, too!