Dracano

Dracano

A catastrophic volcanic eruption releases ancient dragon-like creatures on the surrounding areas. Scientists believe this could start a chain reaction of volcanic eruptions giving way to a global Dragon Apocalypse.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:91 minutes
  • Release:2013
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:volcano,   dragon,  

The film follows two scientists who uncover a deadly truth about dragons lying dormant in planet Earth's volcanoes. What will they do to prevent dragons from destroying the world ? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jason K (br) wrote: there are 2 sides to this review: 1. the film itself= not very good. Writing, directing, editing, characters, etc- just fall flat and feel like a straight outta college film student film w forced emotional arcs that dont really work and characters that are over wrote to give screentime and unneeded backgrounds. 2. my history= for alot of reasons (both in the film and the making of the film bts) this is alot of my background, my story, and my former/current/maybe always life. In that aspect the biggest thing this movie did for me is put into another perspective as to why im always trying to work with others even though i can do things on my own= and i think its because of my improv background and the desire to create with other people rather then develop the ego needed to do things completely for myself/by myself. Its hard as i think there is nearing a point where i need to make that choice once and for all and either develop a new group of people or journey out there completely on my own and work for others. I'm still deciding i feel, and the bts gave me some good thoughts and facts to base that on.

Tom D (it) wrote: The majority of the characters in this movie I did not like. There are some interesting moments in this documentary. It was interesting to see how certain parents put a lot of pressure on kids. Overall I can not quite recommend this one.

Jonathan P (nl) wrote: Leprechaun 3 is more of the same and at this point has lost most of its muster. Warwick Davis stills portrays the evil leprechaun with gusto but the writing is cheesy and the rhythms forced. With nothing original to add to the story Leprechaun 3 isn't as good as the original but keeps the formula working and on the same par as the sequel.

Brent M (jp) wrote: Dennis Quaid stars as Jerry lee lewis in this movie based on his life. The movie follows lewis as he makes it big and then loses it all when he marries his second cousin who is only 13. Good acting and cast.

Corey n (us) wrote: The fourth film in the Herbie the Love Bug series by Disney. It is your typical Herbie car scenes and humour in the film. Has a decent cast. I enjoyed it when I was a child. Great film for kids and the family to enjoy.

Matt M (us) wrote: A boy, normal in every other way, was born without an immune system and as a result had to live in a plastic bubble all his life. After he becomes romantically attracted to his next door neighbour girl, he struggles to find a way to be with her. The film is sloppy from start to end, and the TV production is just rushed and doesn't look too good. However, Travolta's early performance is a treat and he is really able to carry the film.

Sebastian H (mx) wrote: Entertaining western adventure set in Mexico, shot in Spain, with a foxy Raquel Welch and hundreds of Spaniards with wigs made look like native americans.... worth watching

Chris (de) wrote: Could've been better. Mitchum attempts to hunt down a panther that killed his brother while the rest of his family fight with each other at home. Nice scenery and the cast is pretty good, especially Mitchum's bitch of a mother. Still, it just didn't go anywhere in the end and dragged a lot.

Tammy M (de) wrote: Loved the movie, but expected a sequel. Wanted to know if he got back or what.

Giovanni M (it) wrote: Ruby Sparks has two stellar lead performances, a smart script that is drained of any smugness and only left with charm, and a devastating third act that will either make or ruin the film for you.