Dungeons & Dragons: Honra Entre Rebeldes had its exclusive premiere, which was attended by critics and other guests. It looks like the movie is really good.
Many reviews still need to be published, but for now, with 13 reviews tallied in the Rotten Tomatoeshe has a 92% approval rating.
Erik Davis, Fandango: “I don’t play Dungeons & Dragons and I understand zero references, so I’m watching it from that perspective. I imagine fans will delight in all the little details – I just loved watching a crazy fantasy movie full of imagination.”
Steve Weintraub, Collider: “Dungeons & Dragons is amazing. It’s super fun, very funny and loaded with inventive, well-acted and wonderful action scenes. Also Chris Pine sings and [Hugh Grant] it’s perfect. Huge recommendation.”
Brandon Davis, ComicBook: “Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among the Rebels emulates the energy of Guardians of the Galaxy and The Avengers with a chaotic story. Daley & Goldstein deliver fantastic, seamless humor and scenes, while the cast seems to be enjoying themselves. Michelle Rodriguez rocks.”
Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.com: “DUNGEONS & DRAGONS: You know how the game often gets made up as it goes along? The film has a lot of that energy, which is both a blessing and a curse. The best things reminded me of Raimi.”
More about the Dungeons & Dragons movie
The plot chronicles the journey of a charming thief and an unlikely band of adventurers who hatch an epic plan to recover a lost relic. But things go dangerously wrong when they meet the wrong people. the feature brings the rich world and fun spirit of the legendary roleplaying game to the big screen in a hilarious, action-packed adventure.
The cast of Dungeons & Dragons stars Chris Pine (Wonder Woman) and also features Michelle Rodriguez (Fast & Furious franchise), Rege-Jean Page (Bridgerton), Daisy Head (Shadow & Bone), Justice Smith (Detective Pikachu ), Hugh Grant (Paddington) and Sophia Lillis (It: The Thing).
Directed by the duo Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley (Game Night, Frustrated Vacation), the feature began shooting in May 2021.
Dungeons & Dragons is a role-playing game that became a film adaptation in 2000, but it was considered a failure both at the box office and in relation to critics.
The game also gave rise to the famous Dragon Cave television series, however, the new film project should not follow the same story as the series.
The Dungeons & Dragons reboot is set to open in theaters on April 13.
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