Dragonheart – Filtered

Theatrical Release: May 31, 1996
DVD Release: January 19, 1999
Dragonheart – Filtered
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Synopsis

Sean Connery provides the voice of the last dragon on earth in this medieval tale of a freelance knight who’s forced to turn against the tyrant king he tutored as a boy. In order to bring the king to justice the noble warrior must kill him, but in doing so he would also end the gentle dragon’s life.

Dove Review

I thought “Dragonheart” was an ok movie. The story was good and the dragon was very realistic, but the acting was a bit corny, especially during the battle scenes. Overall it was a pretty clean movie with good lessons about loyalty, friendship and honor. The voice of Sean Connery was perfect for the dragon, but Dennis Quaid’s performance wasn’t one of his top ten.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Man kisses woman.
Language: None
Violence: Blood on a shirt from a wound, practice fighting with wooden swords, mini-battle with no blood, sword fighting with no blood, knight has to kill the dragon in order to stop the reign of a wicked king.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Dragons join the stars when they die, a dragon can give part of its heart away to restore life to someone.

Info

Company: Universal Pictures
Director: Rob Cohen
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 103 min.
Reviewer: Sarah Bennor