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Eragon: the Drrrraagon moovieeee

It doesn’t matter if you believe in dragons. What matters is if you are ready to own one.
Eragon (Ed Speleers), a farm boy gets a dragon for himself, and becomes a Dragon Rider to save the land of Alagaësia from the cruel and despotic ruler Galbatorix. The seventeen year old boy was out hunting at night, with his uncle peacefully asleep in their house. Arya, the princess of Ellesméra is chased by the wicked shade named Durza, a sorcerer. Arya had stolen a stone from the king, Galbatorix. When Arya (Sienna Guillory) is sure she is busted by Durza, she transports the stone to another place and it appears in front of Eragon, the naïve farm boy, in his adventure at night in the woods.
Stefen Fangmeier’s direction is praiseworthy. He condensed the bulky book that goes by the same name as the movie, written by the American writer, Christopher Paolini. Mark D. Rosenthal and Jesse Wigutow, the two screen writers, clearly helped Fangmeier to condense the novel into the movie. And it works too, …