Dragonlance [DVD] [2007]

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Overall Customer Rating:
67% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (2 out of 3)

Special Features

  • Original test animation
  • Initial character design


Dragonlance: Dragons of Autumn Twilight
In this animated film based on the popular series of fantasy books, six friends - a dwarf, a warrior, a half-elf, a mage, a knight and a kinder - have come together once again after spending five years searching for proof that the gods do in fact exist. Sadly, they reunite amidst rumors of a growing evil and an impending war - but now, with horror and chaos looming on the horizon, the goal of their searches may finally be within their grasp in the form of mysterious warrior princess bearing a crystal blue staff. A threat like none of them have seen is poised to overtake their homeland, but if these heroes can stand against it, they will become legends. ~ Cammila Collar, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Michael Rosenbaum
    Michael Rosenbaum - Tanis Half-Elven
  • Kiefer Sutherland
    Kiefer Sutherland - Raistlin Majere
  • Lucy Lawless
    Lucy Lawless - Goldmoon
  • Fred Tatasciore
    Fred Tatasciore - Flint Fireforge/Fewmaster Toede
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    Rino Romano - Caramon Majere

Customer rating

would recommend to a friend
  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    T-R-B-L: Terrible


    I read and enjoyed all the Dragonlance books and didn't expect the DVD to mirror the first book in any way (like Lord of the Rings, but I loved the movies anyway). I tried to like the Dragonlance movie...but just couldn't. I watched a few time, but just got more disgusted with it The essence of the book is there (if barely) but it was interpreted and presented horribly--I doubt too many of the cast and crew bothered to read the book and, thus, their interpretation is sorely lacking. The animation is uneven--combining 2D and 3D elements in a poor mix; elements are blurry; and some cells are just badly drawn. The performance of most of the voice actors was also uneven--either over-the-top or just plain wooden (aka dull). Overall, the direction was poor--it just didn't present all the elements in a viable manner that someone unfamiliar with the tale would easily understand, let alone get swept away by. Sorry, but D&D-based movies (animated or live action) require something more from filmmakers than what's been presented to-date. Remember the abominable Dungeons & Dragons-The Movie? Dragonlance is sadly just its animated twin. I'll bet the book authors, Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, are disappointed.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    For the Faithful


    Although, it follows the story line, it could have been better. I am giving it a four star rating based upon the content, not the build. By todays standards, it feels outdated. By that, I mean it looks like it should have aired on the Cartoon Network not a dvd release with a twenty dollar price tag. I admire the crew for consulting with Wiess and Hickman in regards to the script, but with the remedial animation and horrific voice acting, I feel that I was cheated. An awesome story such as this deserved much better. All of that said, if you are as a big of fan of the series as I am, it does feel like a trip down memory lane. It was cool to sit there and watch a story based upon one of my favorite works of all time! This series should get the epic movie treatment!!! And as a veteren of television photography for eleven years, maybe I should undertake this monumental task.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    good movie

    • Top 250 ContributorTop 250 Contributor

    If you like the books check out this movie you will like it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

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