Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves


Action / Adventure / Comedy / Fantasy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 91% · 311 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 93% · 2.5K ratings
IMDb Rating 7.3/10 10 186470 186.5K

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Plot summary

A charming thief and a band of unlikely adventurers undertake an epic heist to retrieve a lost relic, but things go dangerously awry when they run afoul of the wrong people.

Uploaded by: FREEMAN
May 25, 2023 at 03:00 AM

Top cast

Sophia Lillis as Doric
Daisy Head as Sofina
Chris Pine as Edgin
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by vandykeu 9 / 10

Wish I'd seen it in theater

D+D is what the adventure-comedy/fantasy genre needs to take notes from. In a world saturated by superhero films and remakes/retreads of old favorites, this was a breath of fresh air. It was fun, funny, and generally entertaining. The characters made sense, and the funny parts weren't focused on awkward or cringe situations that are totally unnatural, unlike most modern films.

The casting of Hugh Grant here is inspired. He's been doing some tremendous work in all of the films he's been in lately, and it is awesome to see him taken seriously as an actor beyond just his old rom/com days. He's good as a villain, and the rest of the story plays off of him very well here. Likewise, the main cast all does a great job playing both for and against type.

Admittedly, I don't know D+D lore, so I don't know how well this satisfies true fans, but I think it works well as a basic story/film. It reminds me a bit of Firefly/Serenity- a not too serious take on a well-worn genre that manages to do a lot more right than it does wrong.

Reviewed by MatthewMichaelHoffman 8 / 10


SCORE: 8.4/10

I was fully expecting this to be a trailer movie, and by trailer movie I mean that the trailer is basically the entire movie in order to market the best parts to get people to show up in theaters. Sure a lot of the scenes in the trailer were important parts of the story, but there was a lot more added that I found really enjoyable. This is one of the first films I realized that predictability is actually a good thing sometimes. If you were able to predict the punchline of a joke or where the story is going next, it means that it is how you would've written it. That isn't always a bad thing. Dungeons & Dragons is totally a movie that the entire family would enjoy that is packed with good dialogue, good action, and an entertaining storyline.

It was funny. The whole Jarnathan bit was hilarious at the beginning and the situational humor kept getting better and better as it went on. However, there was still it's fair share of bad jokes that had the older crowd dying such as "Hopefully he's got nothing up his sleeve", "nope, just my arms". That one got an unusually large amount of chuckles. The rest of it was entertaining story-telling. All of the characters we got to meet were pretty interesting and worked well together. It felt like it was doing its best impression of Jumanji, and almost pulled it off. The emotional scene at the end where Edgin chooses to save Holga instead of his wife was great, but the pacing of the entire movie didn't allow it to marinate for the maximum connection to the audience. It was a nice gesture, but didn't hit as hard as it could've.

Hugh Grant as Forge the villain was very convincing, as well as the scary wizard Sofina. Just like many other funny moments throughout the film, it was hilarious to see Doric do to Sofina what Hulk did to Loki in the first Avengers movie. Asking the dead questions was also a top moment in the movie for me. This movie was certainly at its best when allowing us to enjoy the silly adventure all the characters were on to stop Forge's plan, as well as the amount of times their plan had to be amended or adapted due to forces both in and out of their control. Xenk was a strong character and it was awesome to see him come back at the end, as we also discover the story was in the point of view of Forge, as he was trying to be forgiven by the council. It was a nice callback to the beginning of the film and a perfect way to end it.

Reviewed by Radio-1s_Mr-MovieMad-Ami_104-1FM 10 / 10

The SERIOUSLY ? Overweight SECOND Dragon Not Withstanding ...This Is A Very ! FUNNY AND NOVEL Picture... & One With Real Soul?, At That.

A -{ B I G }- Screen Mini Review ; Viewed It -{ TWICE }-.


'Forge', To Chris Pine's 'Edgin' : "Ahhhh, I don't want to see you die."


Forge, { To Edgin, As Well As Sofina } : "And that's why, I'm leaving the room!".


Ok, so 'right off the bat': HUGH GRANT'S patently diabolical 'Forge', along with Daisy Head's 'Deliciously Evil Sofina', are absolutely, positively -{ BRILLIANT!!! }- . . . . & they drive the movie to a -huge- extent. And mind you, -every- single other 'Principal' { Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, Regé-Jean Page, Justice Smith, Sophia Lillis, Chloe Coleman } delivers an impassioned Performance, that is -Not- far behind. Directors John Francis Daley & Jonathan Goldstein have helmed a STUPENDOUS production that is Un-equivocally . . . . "A True Labour Of Love".

A quick disclaimer though: I'm -Not- a decades long Dungeons & Dragons afficionado, in that I -Haven't- watched -Any- of the prior movies -Or- TV series ; -Nor- did I partake in the original role-playing 'Board Gaming Sensation' by Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson, first published in 1974. The sole reason I'm mentioning this ; is to let you know that I'm coming at this movie with a -{ COMPLETELY FRESH PERSPECTIVE }-. In other words, I came at it with a -Fully- open mind . . . And was Totally Blown Away ( "well, for the -Most- part, anyway" ).

So all things considered ...YES... as I -Just- alluded to above, I -Did- have a -Small- beef with the fact that in a picture calling itself something and "DRAGONS" ; it does feel like the film fell a TAD bit short on that rather obvious titular promise. Of the 3 Dragons shown in the -Entire- feature ; the 1st is 'Gone-before-you-know', the 2nd's 'Morbidly Obese', and the 3rd, { albeit fabulously realized for the big-screen in its truly -Resplendent- silver & gold adornments }, is ALSO a { relatively } brief presence, in the Grand Finale sequence. But did that matter in the final analysis? Hell, No!!

SUMMARY : "Dungeons & Dragons : Honour Among Thieves" is, in a nutshell, "An -{ Absolute }- Riot" . . . Ergo : 13 Marks Out Of 10 From Me, Hands Down! Oh, & -Do- keep a special eye out for the scenes involving 'the red smoke and the Red Wizards' ; the colours employed are just -{ Intensely }- Vivid, & 'Bewitching'. It's Charming, Delightful, Suspenseful, Thrilling ; and, most-notably-of-all . . . I found the momentous buildup -TOWARDS- and ( eventual ) 'Huge' payoff -AT- the very end ; to be Tremendously, & Magically ( Pun -Entirely- Intended- ) . . . . -{ " SOULFUL & BEAUTIFUL " }-. And if -All- that wasn't already -Enough- ; IT'S DELIRIOUSLY FREAKING FUNNY ? ? ? . . . . ENJOY!!!

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