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Dragon Wars (aka: D War)

Released on 19 May 2008

Featuring: Jason Behr, Amanda Brooks & Robert Forster

Format: DVD | Rating: 12 years & over

2.0 out of 5 (34 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Meet Buraki, the vicious, 200-meter long Imoogi serpent from ancient Korea. His army includes giant lizards with missile launchers, flying dragons, soldiers bred for evil and mega-intelligent dinosaurs. Together, they will destroy Los Angeles and possibly the world unless reincarnated warriors Ethan and Sarah can outrun them and resurrect the Good Imoogi, Buraki's ancient nemesis. Dragon Wars reveals every last detail of Earth's greatest battle... a war you'll only believe when you see it for yourself.

  • 500 Years in the Making
  • Photo Gallery
  • Dragon Wars Animatics: From Storyboard to Screen

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 Average rating (34 reviews)

 Plain awful

| | See all dcabob1's reviews (24)

I read the first Play.com reviews of Dragon Wars and it seemed like a good film. After watching it I wish I hadn't wasted my money. This film is an hour and a half of pure rubbish...

The basis of Dragon Wars is simple; korean legend brought into the modern day causing havoc in Los Angeles. The explanation of this legend takes too long in my opinion. It contains martial art sequences that don't really fit in with the rest of the film. This was the first bit that I disliked.

The way the present day candidates for the legend discover their destiny drags on for a bit too long. There are a lot of loose ends in this part of the film that really should have been made clear.

The script writers don't waste any more time. The main characters seem to run around endlessly without making much progress and an army of dragons emerges from some caves.

Overall, Dragon Wars is not worth the money. As others have mentioned, the film seems to have appeared from nowhere announcing itself as a huge hit. The only highlight of this film and a reason for 2 stars for me was the special effects. The storyline has some continuity errors and none of the earlier events lead to anything major. Most of the acting is poor and the ending is a disappointment.

Buy it if you must. You might like it, but then again you might not. Its Reign of Fire with a dash of Power Rangers and a bit of CGI. Not for me.

 American Version

| | See all R1ckyy's reviews (3)

Like the review above been done before same old story line and not really dragon wars more like giant cobra war, a big snake running round (sorry slithering) round the city chasing after a girl and boy with not great success. A few explosions and not so great special effects. Better to watch Godzilla if you haven't seen it, if you have, watch it again.

 Drag On Wars

| | See all yellsie's reviews (1)

I'm sorry to be so negative, but after only 5 mins of watching this, with my Uncle laughing so much beside me at the horrible acting and effects, I have to say this is the worst film I have seen since unbreakable, and that is saying a lot.

I really wanted to like this film, but like Reign of Fire this was a massive dissapointment.


 Seen U.S Version, B Movie anyone?

| | See all Cremefrog's reviews (1)

The easiest way to describe this movie is Transformers by Micheal Bay.

It ignores the dragons and the dark army making them secondary characters. Once again the focus is on the boy and girl. How a simple protect the girl and sacrifice her to save the world, turns into him being too selfish to let her go.

While this storyline has been done before without flaw, this movie fails to impress.

The CG dragons could have been really good, but had no realistic styling and looked plastic, worst of all though, when they blend the dragon to the scene it does not appear to sit on the ground, but rather hover outside of the world, must like it had been copy and pasted with no regard to integrating it into the scene.

The movie is not without some good points though, acting is not bad and not all of the dialog is bad.

This is just one point of view and if you are able to look past its flaws, there is a story underneath.

A movie with a lack of character balance, that could have been so much better.

 So bad it's almost good.

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You could probably work out what's going on a little better if you adopt a Korean mindset and read up on their legends, especially concerning the Imugi. This is a sort of Korean version of Godzilla. I would say that it is ideal for kids; being completely incomprehensible and oddly captivating, but surely, in this day and age of imminent planetary disaster, isn't is just politically incorrect to kill all the dragons? Kids would love it. But I really can't recommend it as suitable viewing for them.

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ActorsJason Behr, Amanda Brooks, Robert Forster, Aimee Garcia, Craig Robinson, Chris Mukley, John Ales & Elizabeth Pena
DirectorHyung-rae Shim
Certificate12 years and over
ScreenWidescreen 2.40:1 Anamorphic
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1)
Additional LanguagesFrench ; Spanish ; Italian
SubtitlesArabic ; English (UK) ; French (Parisian) ; Greek ; Hindi ; Italian ; Spanish (Castilian)
Closed CaptionsYes
Duration1 hour 26 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.