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I know all too well about the danger of dragons. It was a dragon that took my parents from me. But I was able to look past my fear. If we don't hurt them, they won't hurt us. It's just a young dragon. It's an orphan, like me.
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Fantasy quest to save Christmas, much better than expected
Ever from the Shadow Cabal film I have been watching Arrowstorm Entertainment productions with religiousness, but I've avoided Christmas Dragon because, well, it just seemed a children's film. And if that means it's more childish than orcs and elves and magic quests, that's really saying something.
Yet I was very pleasantly surprised. Some of the main cast from Mythica and a bunch of children who acted really well are going on a quest to save Christmas. The dragon (and really the entire adult cast) are really just props for the children's quest, but it was all very nice.
Not a perfect film, but a beautiful one. And less childish than expected, too. The ending is a bit contrived, but I had one hour and forty-five minutes of good entertainment. I am glad I watched it.
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