Garm Wars: The Last Druid

Garm Wars: The Last Druid

In a world where clone soldiers from three military tribes are locked in a perpetual battle of air, land and technology, one clone is separated from the battle and finds herself on the run with a group of unlikely companions.

In a world where clone soldiers from three military tribes are locked in a perpetual battle of air, land and technology, one clone is separated from the battle and finds herself on the run with a group of unlikely companions. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Anand K (fr) wrote: Hey I thought it was good

Fai D (gb) wrote: It could have been great, but something was missing.

Dev K (it) wrote: Resilience is what life is all about

Heather M (it) wrote: Worst. Horror. Movie. Ever.

Ro D (nl) wrote: no pense que el cine de Israel fuera tan bueno

Roshan S (ca) wrote: I like also family film and from lot of tears comes from .....

Keith D (us) wrote: Look at ye, ye feckin'...in the bath fella ya!

Humberto F (jp) wrote: Still the definitive dragon movie by far, this classic movie boasts a great cast, solid production values and a rousing score by Alex North. You wouldn't guess the unconventional casting of Peter MacNicol as the lead, but he really owns the movie as the brash and smart newly minted sorcerer. Sir Ralph Richardson is perfect as the old wizard and brings a solemnity to his battle with dragon; the final curtain call for the age of magic. The movie builds into its narrative a fascinatingly potent undercurrent of the introduction of Christianity and the demise of the old pagan ways. The final scene where the audience has seen the last wizard battle possibly the last dragon and have the credit taken by the power of prayer to God and then the official pronouncement of the king having slayed it with his sword is a very droll commentary on how history is often written with less truth to it then we would think. The score by Alex North is a perfect accompaniment to the action onscreen. The dragon itself is fantastic to look at. The movies teases us with glimpses here and there, like Jaws or Alien, leaving the full reveal of the dragon till late in the movie. The appearance of dragon babies is an unexpected surprise as are many little moments in the movie, beginning with the return of the wizard at the end. Enough can not be said about how really good this movie still is, despite its dated FX, they remain visually interesting enough to match this movie up against the likes of later dragon movies such as Reign of Fire or Dragonheart. The movie is a must-own for any fantasy film buff and one of the highlights of classic 80s fantasy.

Michael D (ru) wrote: A classic. Gotta love Joan!

Brooklyn P (br) wrote: This was easily one of the worst movies I've ever seen. I can't believe I actually sat through the whole thing. Katherine Heigl's accent was completely phony and the storyline was all over the place.

Chad R (gb) wrote: From back before Mickey Rourke went off the deep end. Far from a great movie, and I haven't seen it in a long time, I just remember Carre Otis being incredibly hot. Of course I was in the middle of my teenage years and any "erotic encounters" were of great interest to me...

Emery M (us) wrote: Entertaining...not great, but watch it for the cast: Hopper &Foster with Vincent Price, Dean Stockwell, Joe Pesci, John Turtorro, Fred Ward and yes Bob Dylan -- see if you can see him!!! Sit back+relax for 102 minutes; it's better than what's on tv.