Dragon Nest: Warriors' Dawn

2014 [CHINESE]

Action / Adventure / Animation / Family / Fantasy

Plot summary

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Top cast

Tian Jing Photo
Tian Jing as Argenta
Jessica Tuck Photo
Jessica Tuck as Neilwin
Riley Smith Photo
Riley Smith as Additional Voices
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698.81 MB
Chinese 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 28 min
P/S 0 / 1
1.24 GB
Chinese 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 28 min
P/S 0 / 4

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Alcaminhante10 / 10

I wasn't expecting this at all !!

I've played the mmorpg a few times, but I hardly remember anything about it, except that I loved the visual atmosphere in it and that was what peaked my curiosity about this movie.

Now, In a day and age where most fantasy animations all have the same standart storyline seen dozens of times before , frankly I wasn't expecting much from Dragon Nest the movie, but then it started and I knew immediately this one had something special in it. What caught my eye was that this was a non stop action movie from start to finish but somehow managed to create and develop great characters among all the chaos and most impressively used the action to tell the story and not just to look cool and impress the teen audiences.

The plot may be not that original, the characters are all mmorpgs clichés of course, but they are amazing in this story. Simply because they are so well defined and have great charisma , which is something that I wasn't expecting at all. Also their different personalities are very well woven into the story structure and each character development marks a plot point, a twist or a revelation. If this would be a failed and boring movie, Dragon Nest would have just presented the mission plot, presented the characters and then it would have spent the entire movie flashing empty action scenes. Not in this movie folks ! In Dragon Nest the action scenes are the glue that binds everything together. It works and they are amazing. Not just because they look great but above all because they really are inventive and fun to watch. Particularly, because as I said, the action scenes are not empty and are all used to a purpose within the story structure.

This is a very, very well planned movie people. It may look like just another kids movie, but this one is really, really well directed !! I was not expecting this at all.

It's one of the best action movies I've seen recently and a good example of how an incredible action movie does not have to be a visual editing mess; so this is one flick that director Michael Bay needs to watch to learn how to create meaningful action scenes where the viewer can actually see what happens on the screen and care for the fate of the characters.

All characters felt important and we cared for every little bit of action where each of one was involved, which was something that I loved, because it's been years since I had seen animated characters that made such an impression on me. I'm still trying to understand how the makers of this movie achieved this with a plot that is nothing more than 80 minutes of action sequences. Any other movie would be extremely boring to watch, with a structure like this. Not this one. The guys who made this, know how to tell a story !! Dragon Nest is another good example of how oriental cinema is much more charismatic than most of what comes out of Hollywood this days. Oriental cinema knows how to create human characters that we care for, even if they are dragons or have just a few lines to say.

Overall I think this is a great fantasy action movie. Not that original in plot, but extremely well done in action and character development. A real case study.

The only thing I didn't liked was the abrupt ending...I was having fun waiting for a final epilogue segment and then GONE. Is this the first episode of a television series or what ?!...

Also visually Dragon Nest feels a bit limited when it comes to fantasy environments. The fantasy world looks beautiful, but I felt we've just seen small glimpses of it instead of getting that open world feel. It was probably a budget thing.

And although the English dubbing is very good, I need to see this in Mandarin now, as I'm not a supporter of dubbing movies as I prefer subtitles. Nevertheless this Dragon Nest movie is a surprise. Also it's definitely the best Chinese animation movie I've seen so far as most of the animation films that come out of China usually fail real bad and so I was also very surprised that this was not a Japanese project as I thought it could be. So overall, if you love fantasy movies, imaginary worlds Dragon Nest is a real hidden gem awaiting to be discovered and I hope there will be a sequel because I do want to see more of these characters please !! And I will be buying this in blu-ray if it ever comes out.

Great charming movie and this 45 year old illustrator here loved it !

Ps: there's stuff after the credits, so watch it to the very end. ;)

Reviewed by Shengalang8 / 10

~~Action packed movie for the whole family to enjoy (NO SPOILERS)~~

As a 23 year old, watching this movie was much more enjoyable than I thought it would be. What interested me about this movie was that I've played Dragon Nest in the past and I was interested to see what the movie would be like. Don't worry if you've never played Dragon Nest before, you do not need to know the story of the game in order to follow along in this movie. Everything was explained well enough throughout the movie that you will follow along just fine. To start off, I should warn you that there are deaths in this movie, but the fighting and deaths scenes are very contained. What I mean by that is when a character is cut, they do not show any blood or the wound and they do not die in any gruesome type of way. The atmosphere, character, and the cartoon style sort of resembles How To Train Your Dragon in many ways. If I had to choose something memorable, I would have to say the music really stood out the most. They did a great job of creating the atmosphere and setting the mood for most scenes.

There are a couple of things that I didn't like. It might be nitpicking since it's just a children's movie, but I feel like they could've done much better on some things. First of all, the whole story developed at a very fast pace, so fast that there was no room left for character development at all. Whatever character development did happen was only focused entirely around the main character. However, because of the fast pace, they were able to squeeze in a lot of enjoyable action scenes. Secondly, it was painfully obvious who the bad guys were. The stereotype of bad guys wear black clothing were very prominent in this movie.

In conclusion, this movie has pretty much everything you want in a children's action movie. Swords, magic, princesses, warriors, fighting, and DRAGONS!!!!

Reviewed by nogodnomasters6 / 10


This is a Middle Earth story with humans, elves, dragons, orc-gremlins, etc. No Hobbits. The film picks up about book 2 of LOTR as humans and elves must unite to fight beasts and the dragon. There is no ring, but a magical gem. Much of the dialogue and scenes came from the Peter Jackson production. Our main human emulated Legolas in many of his deeds.

The animation looked great. The story was great, unfortunately it has already been done. After the kids watch this one, they should be ready for a LOTR film festival. The characters okay. A decent film if you don't expect or crave originality.

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