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Dragon Hunters

Released on 11 October 2010

Featuring: Forest Whitaker, Vincent Lindon & Mary Matilyn Mouser

Format: DVD | Rating: PG

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A little girl helps two would-be heroes save the world from a rampaging beast in this GCI-animated feature from France. Lord Arnold was once a brave warrior who frequently did battle with the World Gobbler, a fearsome dragon who would return every five years to bring destruction to everything (and everyone) in its path.

However, Arnold is growing old, his vision is failing him and he's no longer up to the challenge of battling dragons. Arnold's niece Zoe is a spunky young girl who has learned to best the tiny dragons that play in the woods and wants to move on to more ambitious game, but Arnold is wary of letting her face the beasts he's chased most of his life. Fate steps in when Zoe gets lost in the forest and a pair of opportunistic wanderers, brave Lian Chu and conniving Gwizdo, find her and attempt to return her to her uncle in hopes of a reward.

As they make their way back to Lord Arnold's castle, Lian Chu and Gwizdo find they've been misidentified as a pair of knights who've come to vanquish the World Gobbler, and with Zoe's help they square off against one of the world's most powerful dragons.
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 Fantastic film!!

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This is a fantastic adventure, the animation is amazing it's up there with Pixar. My kids loved it & have watched it again and again. Buy a copy now you won't be disappointed.

 A Gem Of A Movie

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This one kind of slid in under the radar: it came and went with little fuss, which is a shame becasue a lot of people will have missed out on a great movie.
The quality of animation is simply amazing, as good as anything from any other studio. The background and the 'world' are depicted in incredible detail, with some truly beautiful moments.
The characters are strong and likable, with each one developing and experiencing a story of their own within the story.
One reason it may have not got the attention it deserves is the script: it is excellent, but quite sparse - this is not a 'witty banter' kind of animation, it's not fast, furious and funny, it's thoughtful and very 'less is more,' though there are some good comedy moments.
The whole film has a kind of surreal, sublime, gentle quality, enhanced by the great music, and is easily one of the most beautiful animated movies I've ever seen.
Buy it, watch it, watch it again... then again. It really is a gem of a movie.

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ActorsForest Whitaker, Vincent Lindon, Mary Matilyn Mouser, Patrick Timsit, Philippe Nahon, Amanda Lear, Marie Drion & Jeremy Prevost
DirectorGuillaume Ivernel & Arthur Qwak
CertificatePG
Year2008
ScreenWidescreen 16:9 Anamorphic
LanguagesEnglish
Duration1 hour and 20 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.