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There Be DragonsThere Be Dragons tells the story of soldiers, a journalist, his father, and a real life priest, Josemaría Escrivá, the founder of the controversial Opus Dei who was canonized as a Roman Catholic saint, revealing the importance and timeless power of forgiveness.
Actors of "There Be Dragons"Olga KurylenkoBirthdate: 14 November 1979, Berdyansk, Zaporozhye Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, USSR [now Zaporizhia Oblast, Ukraine]
Characters of "There Be Dragons"
Directors of "There Be Dragons"Roland JofféBirthdate: 17 November 1945, London, England, UK
Creators of "There Be Dragons"Roland JofféBirthdate: 17 November 1945, London, England, UK
Critic Reviews of "There Be Dragons"Christian Science MonitorMay 06, 2011
Few films about the Spanish Civil War have been any good -- Pan's Labyrinth being the big exception.Philadelphia InquirerMay 06, 2011
Joffé is out of depth when it comes to Escrivá's religious experiences. It's clear he wants the film to show how faith works within us, but he does it by resorting to the most hackneyed imagery.New York TimesMay 06, 2011
Clunk, clunk, squish. That is the sound of the dead language in Roland Joffé's screenplay for "There Be Dragons" as it tramples his would-be epic of the Spanish Civil War into an indigestible pulp.Washington PostMay 06, 2011
I like grandeur and richly nuanced storytelling. I also like lobster bisque. But I don't want to drink a gallon of it in a single sitting.New York PostMay 06, 2011
Even actor's actor Derek Jacobi, as a Jewish factory owner, is wasted in this international muddle of a movie.Tribune News ServiceJanuary 15, 2013
Unsatisfying, lacking the epic feel it was aiming for, and paid-for image-burnishing for the controversial founder of Opus Dei.7M PicturesFebruary 06, 2012
Yes, the film looks beautiful. But unfortunately is stumbles over itself too often to fully realize greatness.One Guy's OpinionJune 08, 2011
Despite its high-mindedness, an almost complete misfire...a lopsided film as well as a turgid, boring one.Metro Times (Detroit, MI)May 13, 2011
...whitewashing the origins of the controversial Opus Dei movement, this lesson in unabashed embellishment will fail to excite any but the most starry-eyed Catholic.Movies.comMay 13, 2011
I was looking forward to seeing Wes Bentley on-screen again..Alas, he apparently spent the last decade at the Acting with Your Eyebrows Drama School.Movie DearestMay 08, 2011
A visually stunning, undeniably intriguing saga about a controversial Catholic saint. Overly earnest at times...but this is still one of the more genuinely spiritual contemporary films to hit the big screen.
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