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Dragonheart: Vengeance
is the fifth release of a Dragonheart movie since 1996. This movie, however, has significantly improved its storyline since the making of the first four Dragonheart movies. The film can be watched as a stand-alone movie that does not need the background stories of the previous movies to understand its story. It sports the interesting addition of a female dragon who does not spit fire, but spits something different as protection. This surprise addition to dragon lore seems a little awkward at first viewing, but works after the initial shock. The character development of the entire cast works at a higher level than the previous films. It is worth a watch.

Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia


A young boy, a soldier, and a dragon team to take vengeance for the deaths of the boy’s family.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Ivan Silvestrini for directing effort. Thank you to Producer Raffaella De Laurentiis for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Darius (Joseph Millson), Lukas (Jack Kane), King Razvan (Arturo Muselli), The Snake (Carolina Carlsson), The Scorpion (Tam Williams), The Wolf (Richard Ashton), The Bear (Ross O’Hennessy), Oana (Fabienne Piolini-Castle), and Siveth (voice of Helena Bonham Carter).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. While many audiences may have hoped the series had run its course, this additional Dragonheart movie earns a watch and will particularly please fans who love dragon movies.

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