Vadim Rizov Reviews There Be Dragons

Roland Joffé’s There Be Dragons is clearly intended as grand narrative filmmaking in the classical tradition of Hollywood’s great epics, the kind of immersive, cast-of-thousands David Lean-esque spectacle they just don’t make anymore. The gap between the writer-director’s obvious ambition and actual execution is almost moving: from its baldly overwritten dialogue to its claustrophobically stingy use of locations, Dragons is underdone in every way.

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