D&D: HONOR AMONG THIEVES – A Campaign Worth Playing

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By Kevin Jordan

The last serious attempt at a Dungeons & Dragons film was in 2000, resulting in a critical and commercial bomb, and a legion of angry dungeon masters. It grossed just $33.8 million on a $45 million budget and scored 10% on Rotten Tomatoes. Impossibly, two direct-to-DVD sequels were filmed and released in 2005 and 2012, presumably as a prank on nerds. Now that Stranger Things has helped to rehabilitate the image of Dungeons & Dragons, Hollywood decided to roll its twenty-sided dice on another serious attempt at bringing D&D to the silver screen…

(and while you’re there, check out PARIS, TEXAS (1984): A Review Of Wim Wenders Masterpiece)

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