Saw it on Cinemax in the late 80's. Hated it.
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I wonder how many people seen it and what you think
D&D Next: The Revenge Edition. The chance for all those selfish exclusionary people who didn't like 4E to push people out of the game. Because apparently the definition of inclusive is everything but the stuff they don't like.
Because you like something, it does not mean it is good. Because you dislike something, it does not mean it is bad. Because it is your opinion, it does not make it everyone's opinion. Because it is your opinion, it does not make it truth. Because it is your opinion, it does not make it the general consensus. Whatever side you want to take, at least remember these things.
Haven't seen that one. The one with a bunch of no-name leads, Jemery Irons as the most over the top villian ever, and Tom Baker in a bit part as an elven *ahem* doctor was pretty bad -- though at least it was the sort of bad you can laugh at. The 'sequel' (if you can call it that) was so-okay-its-average fare.Stick with the 80's cartoon.... It's really the best D&D has done on screen.