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  1. Jul 12, 2002 · Reign of Fire: Directed by Rob Bowman. With Christian Bale, Matthew McConaughey, Izabella Scorupco, Gerard Butler. A brood of fire-breathing dragons emerges from the earth and begins setting everything ablaze, establishing dominance over the planet.

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    • PG-13
    • Rob Bowman
  2. 'Reign Of Fire' in my opinion is a very underrated & often overlooked action movie starring Christian (Batman) Bale, Matthew McConaughey's & Gerard Butler which sees mankind become virtually extinct as fire breathing dragons now dominate the world & have virtually reduced planet Earth to a cinder.

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  3. Reign of Fire (2002) Christian Bale: Quinn Abercromby. Showing all 44 items Jump to: Photos (29) Quotes (15) Photos . 6 more photos Quotes [referring to the dragons] ...

  4. Reign of Fire is a 2002 post-apocalyptic science fantasy film directed by Rob Bowman and starring Matthew McConaughey and Christian Bale, with the screenplay written by Matt Greenberg, Gregg Chabot, and Kevin Peterka. The film also features Izabella Scorupco and Gerard Butler.

  5. Nov 19, 2002 · Reign of Fire doesn't try to subvert or mock the conventions of the creature-feature, instead, it approaches them with just the right balance of stone-faced seriousness and levity. The dialogue is threadbare but functional, giving stars Christian Bale -- in his first big-budget action lead -- and Matthew McConaughey plenty of room for ...

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    • Rob Bowman
    • Touchstone / Disney
    • 2002
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    Soon after the new millennium, during construction on the London Underground, workers penetrate an underground cave from which a huge hibernating dragon awakens, incinerating the construction workers. The only survivor is a boy named Quinn Abercromby (Ben Thornton) whose mother, Karen (Alice Krige), was crew chief on the project. She is crushed to death while protecting Quinn as the dragon makes its way to the surface. The dragon flies out and more dragons begin appearing, multiplying rapidly. It is shown through various newspaper clippings and a voice-over that scientists discovered that dragons are a lost species that are responsible for the dinosaurs' extinction by burning them all to ash. The speculation was that dragons instinctively hibernate after destroying most of the earth's living creatures, waiting until the Earth repopulates. In the months and years following the awakening of the dragons, humanity tried to resist using their combined military might, including nuclear we...

    Reign of Fire was filmed in Ireland, in the Wicklow Mountains. They were only allowed to film there under the condition that they clean up entirely after themselves, without damaging the landscape. The film was shot at the time of an outbreak of foot and mouth disease in Europe which, due to restrictions in place, meant that many planned sequences could not be shot. The design and construction of the dead dragon were provided by Artem and the special visual effects provided by The Secret Lab.

    "Prologue" – 3:22
    "Enter the Dragon" – 3:20
    "An Early Harvest" – 2:42
    "Field Attack" – 4:11

    The film opened at #3 in the U.S. box office in the weekend of July 12, 2002, taking in $15,632,281 USD in its first opening weekend, behind Road To Perdition and Men in Black II, which was on its second week at the top. Reign of Fire received generally mixed reviews. Rotten Tomatoes gives it 40% on the "tomatometer" based on 147 reviews, and labels it "an enjoyable B-movie if you don't use your brain," though the term B-movie is inaccurate (the film had a budget of $60 million). Metacritic gives it a score of 39% based on 30 reviews from critics, with a score of 6.2 (out of 10) from users. On July 7, 2005, ABC had scheduled a broadcast of Reign of Fire, but because of the terrorist attack on London that day, it was replaced with another 2002 movie, Big Fat Liar.

    Reign of Firewas nominated for one Saturn Award, one award from Festival de Cine de Sitges, and won one other Sitges award:

    Quinn Abercromby was played by Christian Bale, who also voiced Thomas from Pocahontas.
    In one scene, The Lion Kingwas mentioned by one of the lost or orphaned children who lost their homes & families from the dragons.
    This film came out a month after Lilo & Stitch.
    The dragons in this film bear a striking resemblance to Vermithrax Pejorative from Dragonslayer.
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