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The peaceful realm of Azeroth stands on the brink of war as its civilization faces a fearsome race of invaders: orc warriors fleeing their dying home to colonize another. As a portal opens to connect the two worlds, one army faces destruction and the other faces extinction. From opposing sides, two heroes are set on a collision course that will decide the fate of their family, their people, and their home.
ActorsStarring: Paula Patton, Travis Fimmel, Ben Foster, Robert Kazinsky, Dominic Cooper, Toby Kebbell, Ben Schnetzer, Daniel Wu, Clancy Brown, Ruth Negga, Callum Keith Rennie, Ryan Robbins, Burkley Duffield, Donnie MacNeil, Michael Adamthwaite, Dylan Schombing, Mackenzie Gray, Terry Notary, Anna Galvin, Glenn Close, Dean Redman, Glenn Ennis, Elena Wurlitzer, Anna Van Hooft, Callan Mulvey, Adrian Glynn McMorran, Kyle Rideout, Mike Antonakos, Elisabeth Rosen, Patrick Sabongui, Wesley MacInnes, Mackenzie Gray, Christian Sloan, Valérie Wiseman, Dan Payne, Eugene Lipinski, Christina Jastrzembska, Travis MacDonald, Frank C. Turner, Trevor Mack, Donavon Stinson, Joel Sturrock, Jill Morrison, G. Michael Gray, Raj Lal, Donnie MacNeil, Michael Patric
Critic Reviews About Warcraft
The epic battle at the center of “Warcraft” isn’t the clash between humans and orcs. That’s just what takes up roughly two hours of screen time.
You leave Warcraft with two words ringing in your ear: Game over.
Duncan Jones, the director who, against the odds, has mined a watchable movie out of an entertainment franchise that started with a video game.
Warcraft lays an enticing foundation for future installments in the fantasy-adventure series – at the expense of its current cast and story.
It tries to offer a new angle on the high-fantasy storytelling viewers have seen onscreen for decades, but eventually it just descends into another weak action hodgepodge.
Disinterested, disengaged storytelling, stale dialogue, and an overuse of familiar visual effects add up to a forgettable big-screen rendition of the beloved video game.
Jeffrey M. Anderson
Common Sense Media
The ambition is laudable, but it’s to little end. At once empty and impenetrable, this brings to mind a mix of John Carter and Dungeons & Dragons, regrettably in both themes and level of enjoyment.
A film that does live up to its name.
Fans of the video game on which its based presumably already know the complicated history of this mythological world, but for frustrated first-timers, “Warcraft” has some serious ’splaining to do.
Somebody should have put this script to the sword.
New York Daily News