Reviews and Problems with Adventures of a Teenage Dragon Slayer
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Fairly generic, but entertainingly cheap
6 July 2015
Summary: I picked this up for two dollars out of a bargain bin at the dollar store, and it was worth every penny. This movie is fairly generic and harmless, with one dimensional characters and a predictable plot. If this had a larger budget, it would have been far less entertaining.
Summary: This movie is about elixir quest card game. The card game was brought to life in this magical movie! With magical potions and help from his friends, will Arthur be able to defeat the dragon? Find out in the movie. Now for the review: Story: Arthur and his friends realized elixir quest came to life.
Summary: Well, this wasn't at all what I had expected it to be. But the fault is entirely mine alone, because I could just have read up on the synopsis, checked the production year and done some research, instead of just being blinded by Lea Thompson's name and the title of the movie.
Summary: A group of kids is running through the secret basement of their middle school, trying to escape a fire-breathing dragon. Wait, let's back up ... Arthur, Tim and Natalie are the Knights of the Square Table. They take their fantasy card game way too seriously, but it turns out someone needs to.
Summary: I think there are two target audiences for this movie: kids, and anyone who's a bit of a fantasy geek. This movie succeeds in catering to those two groups, and quite well, in my opinion. The acting in the movie is pretty good.
Summary: I am sorry, but this movie is the worst fantasy film ever made. The acting was horrible and the story was so poor that no wonder the dialog was pure torture. I was expecting to be at the least, entertained, and at the most, to be involved. I was neither.
Summary: I had high expectations for this film, the blurb seemed interesting enough and I'm a big fan of fantasy, and with it being a recent film, I felt that maybe it would have something to brag about. How disappointed I was.
Summary: This movie.........I guess it's good for kids, but if your a parent or adult...........or anyone above the age above 10, I do not recommend this movie at all. First I guess is should talk about the acting.
Summary: This is a campy film that is Perfect for children 7-12 and parents of them. It is fun and exciting and brings forth laughter from both age groups. Young 12 year old Arthur is the class nerd, being bullied in school. This is a very timely thrust, as bulling is become a serious problem in our society.
Summary: I completely disagree with the previous review, I thought this movie was cute, enjoyable and considering it was low budget, put together very well. The writing is warm and funny, I especially like the Bart, fart scene. The main thing that stood out for me was the music.