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101 min.
Rated: 12 Movie-rating:: 6 of 10
Genres: Fantasy, Adventure, Action,
Director: Rob Bowman
Writer: Gregg Chabot
Kevin Peterka
Matt Greenberg
Music: Ed Shearmur
Brad Wagner
Cast: Christian Bale, Matthew McConaughey, Izabella Scorupco, Gerard Butler, Ned Dennehy, Alexander Siddig, David Kennedy, Randall Carlton,
Keywords: dragon, fire, ashes, survival, castle, war, apocalyptic,


Story:In near apocalyptic future, fire-breathing dragons have pushed humanity on the edge of survival. Quinn, a brave english soldier, desperately tries to keep a band of frightened survivors together in an old medieval castle. Only when Van-Zan, an american tough-guy shows up at the doors of the castle, Quinn realizes that his way of fighting is not sustainable.


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Awards:Saturn Award nomination for Best Fantasy Film (2003)
Sitges Award for Best Visual Effects (2002)- Richard R. Hoover
Sitges Award nomination for Best Film (2002)- Rob Bowman
Production Companies:Spyglass Entertainment
Touchstone Pictures
Tripod Entertainment
World 2000 Entertainment
Zanuck Company
Budget:60 Mio. USD
Box Office Gross:82.150183 Mio. USD
Box Office Weekend:15.632281 Mio. USD
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