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      The Last Dragonslayer

      2016 2 hr. 15 min. Fantasy Adventure List
      Reviews 75% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score A young orphan girl (Ellise Chappell), indentured servant to a magician, discovers that she's destined to become the last dragonslayer in a world with only one remaining dragon. Read More Read Less

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      Trina H I really did not care for this movie. Jennifer did not care about killing the dragon because it was the wrong thing to do or she would feel remorse. She only reason was because she did not want magic to end as that would not allow her to rescue her mentor. It is so very sad that the dragon wanted to live and he sacrificed his life to save those horrible people. Having three new young dragons appear does not make up for killing the elder dragon. I truly did not enjoy this movie, sorry 😩. I gave it 2 1/2 stars because it is a children's movie. Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 01/19/24 Full Review muddy wolf p Heartwarming, quirky and so much fun to watch, this movie felt fresh and familiar at the same time. It had so many surprises and I absolutely loved the characters. Wonderful family movie <3 Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 12/10/23 Full Review Audience Member Disclaimer- I have not read any of the books this film is based on, so I have no idea how true of an adaptation this is. But! That being said, I was absolutely stunned by how great this movie is! The characters are so much fun, the world setting of magic mixed with a few modern elements was very intriguing, and the factor that events took place that I couldn't predict was a refreshing change of pace. It had just the right amount of world building without feeling like an "info-dump" and the humor was spot on! There were some character elements that I wish they had developed more, but it's always difficult to cover the full depth of the source material when it comes to movie adaptations, and I still feel they were able to accomplish a fair amount of character building for the majority of the cast that it won't leave you feeling aggravated or lacking. The saddest part about this film is that they never made a sequel. The ending clearly lays the groundwork for that possibility and yet they were still able to produce a sense of finality so it won't leave you embittered, just wishing for more. I had *the* biggest smile on my face throughout and a true sense of wonder in varying parts. There are those who will find this movie not their cup of tea - clearly as the IMBD rating is only 5.5 stars out of 10 - but for myself (and again as one who hasn't read the original source material) The Last Dragonslayer was a beautiful breath of fresh air and something I dearly wish there was more of. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/19/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Synopsis A young orphan girl (Ellise Chappell), indentured servant to a magician, discovers that she's destined to become the last dragonslayer in a world with only one remaining dragon.
      Director
      Jamie Magnus Stone
      Executive Producer
      Peter Czernin, Graham Broadbent, Ben Knight, Cameron Roach
      Screenwriter
      Tom Edge
      Production Co
      Blueprint Pictures
      Genre
      Fantasy, Adventure
      Original Language
      English (United Kingdom)
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Nov 7, 2020