A reporter (Jason Behr) discovers that the ancient and destructive Imoogi have returned to Earth, and the only way to stop them lies with a young woman (Amanda Brooks) who has a strange condition. Based on a Korean legend.
Movie Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes®
" It is such a breathless, delirious stew, it's impossible not to be entertained, provided -- this is crucial -- you have a sense of humor. "
" A feast of A-grade f/x married to a Z-grade, irony-free script. "
" The only winners in Dragon Wars are the computer-imaging geeks who must have logged tons of overtime. The rest of the world is left scratching its head at a monster epic so dismal that it doesn't even register as a guilty pleasure. "
" The rampaging-monsters flick Dragon Wars loudly speaks the universal language of effects-laden mayhem. Unfortunately, it is also fluent in the laughable dialogue of a million bad fantasy flicks. "
" This monster film makes even the remake of Godzilla look good. "
" This one's for connoisseurs of the "totally preposterous crap" school of fantasy cinema. You know who you are: You have all the Warlock sequels on Laserdisc [and] the complete Leprechaun series on DVD. "
" When they decide to sic [those monsters] on downtown Los Angeles, the movie turns shockingly watchable. Until that sequence, there was no evidence that anybody involved with this laughable fantasy knew what he or she was doing. "
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