Humans and orcs clash in this feature-film adaptation of the popular fantasy video-game series. After realizing that their home is becoming uninhabitable, a race of orcs travel to the land of Azeroth. There, they encounter the realm's human denizens, who fight back against the invaders. In time, an orc warrior (Toby Kebbell) forges an alliance with a group of humans in order to overthrow his race's corrupt leader (Daniel Wu) and bring peace to the land. Directed by Duncan Jones (Moon), the film co-stars Paula Patton (Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol), Ben Foster (3:10 to Yuma), Dominic Cooper (The Devil's Double), Ruth Negga (World War Z), and Travis Fimmel (Vikings).~Tom Ciampoli
Warcraft is a decent film, It has problems, but it’s not a bad movie. The film makers had to cram so much in its two hour runtime that it doesn’t allow scenes to breathe which makes everything seem rushed. The bonus dvd has three featurettes and a setup menu. The 1st is Welcome to Warcraft a 10 minute look at the history of the games. Next is The Weaponized Magic of Warcraft which is 11 minute look on how they made and used magic in the film. Last is The World within Warcraft a 10 minute look at the locations and move sets in the movie. I would say buy the Best Buy exclusive the bonus dvd is worth it.
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I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Great movie actually..
Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
I mainly bought this because I heard the picture quality was fantastic. Turned out to be a really good movie! The special effects are awesome, and blend in really well. This looks incredible on 4K!
I never played WoW, the game - I barely got to play the original Warcraft RTS games. Growing up, there was no way we could afford a computer to run WoW, so I just never pushed the issue.
I know a few people who were saying "the movie doesn't follow the game," but because I never played the game, I had nothing to compare it to; therefore, I absolutely loved this movie. I was a little less than thrilled that Gorona just looked like she was painted green and given shoddy tusks for her movie costume, but maybe it was intended that way? I'm unsure. I loved the story line and CG though. Cannot wait for them to make a Starcraft movie...