Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse

Synopsis: When aspiring knight Gareth goes in search of a fallen comet rumored to contain gold, he is shocked to instead find a set of dragon eggs guarded by dragon Drago. After Drago saves Gareth's life the two become intricately bonded, and must work together to defeat an evil sorcerer and stop his reign of terror. Along the way, Gareth learns the true meaning of being a knight in this fantasy action-adventure for the ages.
Director(s): Colin Teague
Production: Universal Pictures
 
IMDB:
5.2
PG-13
Year:
2015
98 min
34 Views

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Hundreds of years ago,

when the Romans

occupied Britannia,

the clans of the north were

a people impossible to tame,

and so the emperor, Hadrian,

erected a wall across the isle

to stop their deadly raids

and control the countryside.

Though Rome eventually fell,

the Wall still stands.

Knights of the southern

kingdoms guard its ramparts,

ever fearful

of the mysterious north,

where some clans,

led by a wise circle of druids,

are content to work

their lands in peace,

while others envision a day

when the wall

comes tumbling down.

May the fire carry our voices

to the stars

under which we sleep,

let the spirits

bless our homelands

as we honor

the old codes we keep.

Oh, heavens,

druids from every clan gather

here to understand your mysteries

and learn of the future.

A falling star

from the constellation Draco.

This is a sign

to gather swords,

go over the wall

and claim the wealthy lands

that are rightfully ours.

Put this in our trove

for safekeeping.

Brother Brude,

sometimes you must leave

well enough alone.

Are we not guides to our

people of the north?

Why learn the spells

of the ancients

if not to use them

for a just cause?

I'm beginning to doubt

this druid circle

can effectively lead

the Celts any longer.

This falling star could mean

a new era for the Celts.

An era of peace.

Our people

are tired of fighting.

That is why I invited the

Painted Tribe to join us.

The Picti.

To spur the clans to war.

They can be quite motivational.

I will take

you!

By sun and moon

switching stance, two as one,

druids, dance!

By the light of the moon,

by which all power flows,

we will show our

people the way forward

with blood

and iron!

All right,

you puking foot-lickers!

Tomorrow, the squires

who have pleased me

will be knighted

and earn a Silver Sword.

This is your last test

of combat.

And the winner

gets a cut

of the collections.

Begin.

Don't take it too hard,

we can't all be knighted.

I'm sure you'll make

a fine soldier.

I'm not taking orders.

I'm giving them.

Put some weight in it!

Get a blade!

Finally, something interesting.

I'm getting a seat

at the knight's table.

Do you always need two

friends to get your sword up?

I've been waiting a long time

to give your tart

mouth a beating.

It's obvious

you should quit, Gareth.

I don't quit.

You will.

I quit.

Oh, now he'll see.

I quit.

Please, Gareth.

Sir Gareth.

First day

of the month! Pay up!

Make your payments!

Pay up!

Pay your respects to Sir Horsa.

What? No.

Please, sir.

Here's your blood money.

And much good may it do you.

Watch your mouth!

Pay up!

Come on, pay up!

Coins.

What good will a few coins

from a poor man do you?

You think that wall is enough to

protect you from the savages?

Show some respect.

It's that time!

Everyone pays!

These last few months,

they've been preparing for war.

How'd you like us to let

them meet your daughter?

Get inside. Go.

Who did you think

defends the garrison, eh?

You there.

You're next.

We're about to fetch you

some of those coins, squire.

Old man!

Got clay in those ears?

It's time for your tribute.

Trade's dried up.

People are scared,

they've moved south.

I haven't sold enough

to give you a cut.

You know the routine.

Need me to remind you?

Oh.

You've got a good eye.

Twelve days of my life in that.

How much of yourself have

you ever put into one thing?

Is he giving you

trouble in there?

No!

Just showing him

who's in charge.

Feels light.

Some of them were short, master.

But they won't do it again.

Keep my share.

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