George and the Dragon (Dragon Sword) (2004)





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The family friendly adventure film George and the Dragon tells the tale of a knight who, upon returning home after an unsettling period fighting the Crusades, agrees to find a king's missing daughter in order to possess some land in a quiet area of the world. Soon he learns that in order to return the princess, George will be forced to outwit a dragon with the help of his loyal friend Elmendorf.
PG (for action violence)
Action & Adventure , Comedy , Drama , Science Fiction & Fantasy , Romance
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James Purefoy
as Georges
Piper Perabo
as Princess Luna
Bill Treacher
as Elmendorf
Jean-Pierre Castaldi
as Father Bernard
Paul Freeman
as Sir Robert
Stefan Weinert
as Mercenary No. 1
Phil McKee
as McNally
Caroline Carver
as Sister Angela
Simon Callow
as King Edgar
Joan Plowright
as Mother Superior
Carl Chase
as Aard
Jamie Treacher
as Capt. D'Arcy
Peter McCabe
as Grimley
Jim Probyn
as Crail Villager
Bernd Pietsch
as Man at Bar
Thoralf Koegst
as King's Knight
Chas Warlow
as Soldier 1
Pete McCabe
as Grimley
Andreas Meidinger
as Soldier 2
Jason F. Burks
as English Knight
Val Kilmer
as El Cabillo
Leslie Woodhall
as Executioner
Jean Alesi
as Cart Driver
Orhan Komurcu
as Mercenary 2
Jorg Romankiewicz
as Mercenary 3
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This began incoherently; it seemed to be a series of vignettes that had little connection. As it went on, it came together pretty well. The dragons were awesome, but there was not enough of them in the movie. The acting is barely decent - Swayze overplays it hugely, Perabo looks great but lacks presence. It appears the director didn't know what effect he was looking for, campy fantasy or action with a fantasy backdrop. He wound up throwing everything at the wall and went with whatever stuck. Not great by a long stretch, but it was worth the watch by the time it ended.

Don Schick
Don Schick

Man this was bad...after watching this guy in ROME as Marc Antony - I thought he would be good. Piper Parebo, what are you doing in this crap.

Chad Roesti
Chad Roesti

Super Reviewer

I enjoyed this one, thought it woukd be more geared for kids, but not so sure anymore, no nudity or cussing but think those under 12 would lose interest. Great Dragon. had some funny parts, its good for a rental and if your into mid-evil times add it to your collection.

Bruce Bruce
Bruce Bruce

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