Dragonlance: Dragons of Autumn Twilight

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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.


Kiefer Sutherland
as Raistlin Majere
Lucy Lawless
as Goldmoon
Fred Tatasciore
as Flint Fireforge/Fewmaster Toede
Rino Romano
as Caramon Majere
Jason Marsden
as Tasslehoff Burrfoot
Neil Ross
as Fizban the Fabulous
Marc Worden
as Sturm Brightblade
Phil LaMarr
as Riverwind / Gilthanas
Mari Weiss
as The Forestmaster
Ben McCain
as Elistan
Susan Silo
as Flamestrike
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Critic Reviews for Dragonlance: Dragons of Autumn Twilight

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Audience Reviews for Dragonlance: Dragons of Autumn Twilight

  • Sep 11, 2010
    A film that is technically awful, but has some interesting flourishes if you are prepared to look past the appearances. Apparently based on a series of books, Dragonlance is very popular. Unfortunately, all it could manage for a feature length film is this low budget animation. The animation is reminiscent of late 80's/early 90's cartoons such as Conan, and He-Man. It is all very jittery and clunky. Sometimes it looks as though characters are being pushed around the screen. The makers theb decide dto make the dragon CG, despite not having the budget for it. It mixes in an uncomfortable blend. On the surface, their are too many similarities to Lord of the Rings. There are Men, Elves, Dwarfs and Wizards. They make an unlikely team that join together to vanquish evil. There is more in terms of complex emotions and quirks, but they barely have room to breath. The hero is the product of a rape, one of the team has sacrificed himself for great power and is not trusted, despite being liked. There's even a mad dragon that comes into play.A lot of nice stuff, but the quality just isn't there to pull it off. Perhaps one day a more complete picture will form, but for now, these are the equivalent to the LOTR animated films.
    Luke B Super Reviewer
  • Jan 06, 2009
    I eventually for around to buy this as I am a D&D fan and played when I was around ten. I watched the cartoons on a Sunday morning and never read the novels but all the classic styles were there which I expect from classical D&D. You won't be impressed if you do not have a decent amount of knowledge about D&D and take your movie experiences too seriously. I've seen worse, which is basically saying that the animation wasn't up to current standards. Cult viewing at the most. One for the fans.
    Alexander W Super Reviewer
  • Apr 29, 2008
    I just couldn't get into this. Very traditional (read boring) and simplistic design. Annoying plot and even more annoying dialogue. Watch a Bakshi flick instead.
    _kelly . Super Reviewer
  • Jan 18, 2008
    I'm giving this movie a pass. I have waited for this movie since I was 14 because I loved this story and these characters. For the most part they stay true to that story so for that I gotta love it. Plus the voice talent is well chosen. Where it falls down is the animation it looks for the most part to be animated like an '80's Saturday morning cartoon and personally I hate the mixture of traditional and computer animation. Choose one or the other, mixing looks like crap. Still Dragonlance...COOL!
    Sean S Super Reviewer

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