Drankgon Tales — movie

DGT #39: Yowler (Dragon World)

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This 1994 dragon movie makes me want to Yowler in pain. Somehow it got a sequel too...?

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DGT #38: The Alpha Male Dragon (Reign of Fire)

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                       Reign of Fire is a 2002 fantasy film starring Matthew McConaughey and Christian Bale. It was also based on a video game, so naturally I was super psyched to see this movie in theaters when it came out. An action movie about dragons set in the future based on a video game?? Yes, please. What could go wrong??? Then, I watched it. And I cried. About how bad it was. Seriously, this has to be the worst dragon movie of all time. I blame Matthew McConaughey. I mean, look how stupid...

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DGT #24: Elliot (Pete's Dragon)

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       This week's Tale is in honor of one of my favorite childhood movies getting a reboot in the next few weeks. Yes, I'm sure most of you remember Elliot from Pete's Dragon. Pete's Dragon was originally a 1977 American live-action/animated musical film from Walt Disney Productions. It is a live-action film but one of its title characters, a dragon named Elliott, is animated. The story is about a young orphan named Pete who initially lives with the Gogans, an abusive hillbilly family, but then runs away. He then enters the town of Passamaquoddy, a small fishing community on...

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DGT #2: Draco (Dragonheart)

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So this is what Sean Connery looks like as a dragon. I must admit that whenever dragons appear in my dreams, they actually sound like Sean Connery, so I think they got that right. This is also probably the second-best dragon movie ever made (behind HTTYD, covered later). Dragonheart is a 1996 movie directed by Rob Cohen. It stars Dennis Quaid (Bowen) and the voice of Sean Connery as Draco the dragon. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects (losing to Independence Day, which is understandable) and various other awards in 1996 and 1997. I won't bother talking about the plot, because if...

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