Very good for children. ( ...and the dragon is lovely and NOT scary.)
Was expecting a Goonies type adventure, and it sort of fulfilled that. Two kids, each the child of a single parent, meet while visiting that parent on an archeological dig in China. They accidentally find a living dragon whose pearl was stolen centuries ago. Kind of predictable, but still fun to watch.
This was an interesting DVD. It is good for a family movie night if you have youth in your family ages 9 to 13. The storyline is well-developed and encourages youth & their families to keep an open line of communication, because you will never know what you will discover when you really listen to each other. Also, the storyline and protagonists encourage viewers to explore "hidden gifts/talents."
The chinese man in the shrine was very funny. The dragon also looked fairly realistic. Good family movie.
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