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Reign of Fire (9-Jul-2002)

Director: Rob Bowman

Writers: Gregg Chabot; Matt Greenberg; Kevin Peterka

Keywords: Fantasy/Action, Dragons

Warriors in a dystopian future Earth overrun by dragons set out to restore bygone human dominance.

ABSTRACT
Humanity as we know it teeters on the brink of extinction in the hellish 2020s, forced into hiding in various remote corners of the world after a brood of fire-breathing dragons emerged from the ground one disastrous day and subjugated all the other animals on our planet. One such human, a young man named Quinn traumatized ever since witnessing his mother's death protecting him from a dragon, receives an unlikely chance to avenge his beloved's demise when a band of Americans led by a rough-and-tumble fellow named Van Zam shows up claiming to know of a way to defeat the vicious beasts. Now, with Van Zam calling on him to join the resistance, Quinn must decide for himself whether a shot at glory with no guarantee of success is worth the rendezvous with his tortured past.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Christian Bale
Actor
30-Jan-1974   The Dark Knight
Gerard Butler
Actor
13-Nov-1969   Dracula 2000
Alice Krige
Actor
28-Jun-1954   Borg Queen
Matthew McConaughey
Actor
4-Nov-1969   Contact
Izabella Scorupco
Actor
4-Jun-1970   GoldenEye
Alexander Siddig
Actor
21-Nov-1965   Dr. Julian Bashir on DS9

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