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Eragon

Rated PG for fantasy violence, intense battle sequences and some frightening images.

PG In Theaters 12/15/2006 , 103min.
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Viewer Score
54%
Viewer score based on 10 ratings
38%
Critic score based on 29 reviews

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June 16, 2010
TREVERNSABRINA
it was a flighting experience and i saw it with crhis my older brother while he was out of term at ODU.
January 10, 2010
Dmitrishuf
one word- VOMITROCIOUS!!!!!!!
January 11, 2009
Dream Angel 5X
Okay, wow. I love these books and I"m seriously disapointed. My dad didn't even read the book and he said this was a let down. This movie started out great, the casting is amazing (although it would be nice if some of the important characters were actually IN the movie...Katrina, twins, orik...do i have to go on?) . All in all - it had great potential. I know for a fact that there are hundreds of
January 03, 2009
DeDe1112
No! this movie sucked so bad it was like the makers didn't even read the freakin books!!!! Eragon is of all times one of my favorite books; I've read it six times and the movie was not even a comparison to the book I am highly let down and disapointed at the way this horrible movie turned out. I am not looking forward to the second one at all.
October 12, 2008
Adelf252
I agree with T MAn!!! And Christopher Paolini stated that he "enjoyed" the movie!!! What a rip off! 2/3 of the book was left out!

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Los Angeles Times
Eragon is likely to center on its place among the likes of "Dragonheart," "Reign of Fire" and the rest of the mediocre dragon flicks. Full Review
Alex Chun
Los Angeles Times
Eragon is likely to center on its place among the likes of "Dragonheart," "Reign of Fire" and the rest of the mediocre dragon flicks. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
It's a pleasant enough fantastical adventure, but it does feel naggingly derivative. Full Review
Gregory Kirshling
Entertainment Weekly
Though the movie, which was adapted from a book written by Christopher Paolini when he was a teenager, aims high by ripping off the classics (even down to Eragon’s murdered uncle), what it most recalls are the cheesy lost sword-and-sorcery epics from the '80s, awful movies in the vein of "Yor: The Hunter From the Future" and "The Blade Master." Full Review
James Berardinelli
ReelViews
It's hard to imagine anyone having the patience to sit through this movie except perhaps a handful of 11-year old boys seeking vicarious wish fulfillment. Full Review

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