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Plot: As an Orc horde invades the planet Azeroth using a magic portal, a few human heroes and dissenting Orcs must attempt to stop the true evil behind this war. Runtime: 123 mins Release Date: 10 Jun 2016
I never belief Blizzard can make a great movie like this.rnThe movie was awesome! From the beginning to the end. I like watching it again and againrnKeep up good work.rnPlease we have been expecting warcraft 2 since. We want to know the end pls produce it.
I didn't have any expectations for this film,and it completely blew me away!Visuals were stunning,acting really surprised me,action was incredible.I really can't wait for the sequel cause the ending set it up really well.Magic was also pretty damn cool.Orgrim was a ferocious bad ass.It was a damn fine film,best of the 2016 dare i say.Bring on more,and it finally broke the video game movie curse!Go see it,you won't regret it!10 out of 10 for me!I think that it will have a good reception from audiences and critics.Warcraft fans will love it.Direction was amazing,one of the best <more>
motion capture for a film i've seen,i really hope it does well in the box office and review department cause it was really amazing!
Warcraft fans, LOTR fans, Fantasy fans and even non fans, GO SEE THIS MOVIE ! You will love every second of it ! (by the_green_eye_t)
Hello. First of all i have to tell you, i am a Warcraft fan and i had no expectations from this movie at all. I am NOT a Blizzard fan boy and i know when they do something poor and when they do something good.If you like the cinematics that they make and if you like LOTR like me and fantasy, you will absolutely love this movie. I was really scared about this movie being another video game movie chaos. Not by a landslide.Warcraft is astonishing. The visuals are ground breaking, the acting is very strong and the emotional involvement between the viewer and the movie is breath taking. The <more>
familiar zones from Warcraft universe are all and are built exactly how they are suppose to be built, every Warcraft fan will feel like home and on the brink of shedding tears. I will watch this movie again in 10 June and gather all my friends that were not lucky enough to see it yet and go again, maybe twice. I need more, there has to be more Warcraft movies. Dunca Jones working alongside with Blizzard was a genius move and it shows throughout the movie. Almost 2 hours of pure awesomeness. 10/10 from me. GO SEE THIS MOVIE, you will not regret it !
WarCraft: The Beginning - Review (by israphel-53548)
I actually thought this film would be bad. Like most other video game movies I thought this was going to be a massive flop and just suck. This movie broke the video game movie curse with style. WarCraft surprised me even though I am a WarCraft fan.If there are sequels WarCraft could easily be this generations equivalent of The Lord of the Rings. The acting was great, the effects were spot on and the action was epic. I was really impressed with the motion capture on the orcs, they looked amazing. Travis Fimmel as Anduin Lothar was a good choice. He did a really good job of portraying the lion <more>
of Stormwind. WarCraft has a lot of lore that could easily be made into a film series and I think this film did a good job of establishing the world of WarCraft for future sequels. Do I recommend watching WarCraft? Yes, WarCraft is a movie everyone can enjoy, although it may be too intense and violent for younger children. If you were a fan of the games there are Easter eggs for you. If you have never heard of WarCraft you will be amazed by the world and want more.
This movie is incredible. After seeing the first movie I have to say we will definitely in the oncoming movies see a rising Arthas fall to evil. Incredibly well done. A look into the lives of our famous Warcraft characters had me immersed and I was in love with the cinematography. I cannot wait to see Medivh & Sargeras in the movies. I wonder when we will get to see the drama between Illidan & Malfurion. I can't wait for the next one so excited. Thank you for an incredible movie. This movie is incredible. After seeing the first movie I have to say we will definitely in the <more>
oncoming movies see a rising Arthas fall to evil. Incredibly well done. A look into the lives of our famous Warcraft characters had me immersed and I was in love with the cinematography. I cannot wait to see Medivh & Sargeras in the movies. I wonder when we will get to see the drama between Illidan & Malfurion. I can't wait for the next one so excited. Thank you for an incredible movie.
I cried twice, oh my... The feels... (by undulationer)
Got a vague spoiler ahead, reader discretion is advised.I was mega pumped to see the movie. It was an early morning, the first session in our cinema. As the opening title rose under the war drums, I began to maniacally cry... 12 fu*king years... I was ready for a bad flick, thanks to rotten early critics. The first 20 minutes were real fast paced. As a fan of WC3. I knew some of the early war stories, but not so in details. I never got lost throughout the narrative. It was almost solid, I'd say 89% solid. The rest is mist of self-understanding and "figuring". Which is good, for <more>
once I can watch a movie again and see something that I missed or miss understood. Let's talk visuals for a start. I'll be very honest. For the budget of 100 mills, it was overdone. Which is good, means they put an enormous amount of extra effort into this. Orcs were fluid and gave a very hard alien emotional drive throughout entire screen time. I felt a hunger for power from them, love for its own kind except for one individual, no fear, crazy mind-boggling strength. They had sympathetic feelings to viewers. I felt that orcs story was on par with the human, but it's strange to explain... Basically, orcs hit your feelings in the first half and human side catches towards the climax of the picture. Characters were all except for poor Khadgar an A+, 10 out of 10, you name it. Here is a thing to all those folks that got no clue about the lore... These humans are not from Earth, they are from Azeroth. So they might age slower. That's why I was keen to accept the casting choice for Medivh and The King. I'll add that horse is not a normal cause, it's a different universe. Deal with it, "critic". I think you'll know why Khadgar didn't make the cut, once you'll see the film. Now let's get to the juicy stuff. Cons. For me, there were only three... Three to five scenes had a motion blur effect on big structures, most of the scenes are still, but at those moments you felt the cracking budget on the CGI. No words, just Khadgar! And here's my nifty spoiler and the main con, the reason why I cried the second time. When a certain main character dies in the midst of battle. And you know this amazing film is going to be over soon. You'll step out from the big dark room into the light of day. Feelings shockering through your skin and bones, knowing that they went all in on this. For you, for the fan, for a casual moviegoer. This piece of art was made with love and care. Which is very rare in this day and age. This is darker than Civil War. This is better written than BvS. This got better-unclichéd action than X-men. This is my contender as the best summer blockbuster of 2016. And it deserves its sequel. Mic dropped...
Just came back from the WARCRAFT movie premiere with my guild germany .First of all: It was fantastic! I felt being home every second of the movie. The settings, the scenarios and details couldn't have been better. The CGI was except for 2/3 small scenes the best I've ever seen Can easily compete with Avatar and Planet of the Apes .The only criticism I have is that Travis Fimmel, who is really great in Vikings, kinda seemed not to fit into Azeroth He actually stated in a interview that he felt very uncomfortable filming with green screens My favorite characters of this movie are <more>
Durotan, Orgrim and Khadgar. The villains were also very believable. Ghuldan was frickin bad-ass and our other beloved Warlords had there moments too!There were some small lore-adjustments for the sake of better translating the game into the movie. But nothing game-changing or important! As a lore-expert WoW Veteran, played the RTS series, watched all Nobble-videos and read most of the books I was totally satisfied since Duncan included all major events in the movie sticking to the original game-lore! I just sat there waiting for the next major plot-point and Duncan delivered perfectly!The movie was loaded with game references and eastereggs from the MMORPG and the audience loved it. Even the non-players were amazed...so don't hesitate bringing your friends that never tried Warcraft before! The movie could have been slightly darker, but the fighting scenes were already borderline for the age-restriction that the movie got. The tone was similar to the Avengers 2 movie partially humorous partially serious .I rate this movie 9/10 as a Warcraft Fan. If I leave all the references aside that are made for Fanservice it is still a very solid Fantasy-Movie, so I'm going with 7/10 for regular movie-watchers! -> Think the movie will settle at 8/10 overallHave fun everyone. I'm waiting for the BluRay now and pray for a trilogy announcement
Is The Video Game Curse Broken? (by christopherholich)
First off, i would like to point out Duncan Jones has made another fantastic flick. Better than source code, but me personally i loved moon so.... Warcraft isn't good enough to beat it lol. So Everything about this movie felt right. And i would like to point out this movie is about the warcraft storyline First game Not World Of Warcraft. The acting was good, the pacing was great. The CGI was amazing! Gul'dan was an awesome villain. Never heard of Daniel Wu But i feel like he will be voice acting more characters soon. I love how they wear that ridiculous armor that a normal person <more>
can't stand up in. Lothar was an amazing main character, and I only know Travis Fimmel because he's in the show vikings but i feel like if the rest of the critics like this movie this could be his breakthrough movie. If there is a sequel then i would definitely go and see it. And lads, The Video game curse is broken! Hopefully Assassins Creed will live up to the hype! Fans will love it, people who like lord of the rings or the hobbit will love it, just regular people who has never played WoW will love it! All in all, i think that the hype was well worth it and it is definitely going to be a recommend for me! After you have seen Captain America go see Warcraft, you wont regret it.
A surprise hit, especially for the unknown! (by mucrush)
Okay so I am a Warcraft fan and as I went in I already knew most of the original story and I had seen a ton of footage from trailers, short clips and whatnot. Now being totally honest, that was my first mistake.But hey I didn't realize that until after the credits started rolling! As a fan I kept thinking and thinking and then thinking ahead of what was coming. I told myself before watching it that I would go in with a clear mind and just enjoy it as a new fantasy movie. Which I tried, but ... yeah.Well anyway. AS A FAN I came out of it with very mixed feelings. I already knew from Duncan <more>
that certain things had changed, so that didn't surprise me. But what surprised me was the actual changes. One thing for sure: if you are a lore freak, you will probably dislike these changes A LOT.However. I do think that these changes were needed to make the original story into a movie. Some changes were required to make the viewer feel this and that.Let me move on about all of that now. I got so many things to say, but to keep it short, here is a list of flaws I felt during the movie: The movie is too short. This leads into the next point which is... its length meant that certain characters I would loved more of, didn't get enough screen time. They cut a lot of scenes which we had previously seen in trailers and such. Which means... we NEED a director's cut!Yeah that's about it.My fave characters from the movie was, surprisingly, Garona and Khadgar!Oh yeah, the important thing which is why I wrote this. This movie will be most enjoyable if you are not a fan of Warcraft. Yeah, I am being serious! I watched this movie along with 2 friends. One is a fan, while the other wasn't. And guess what? My non-Warcraft friend loved it so much! And I am so happy for him for that and kinda jealous too! When I asked for scores, he gave it 9/10!To end this review/reaction: we need a sequel. A certain thing in this movie brings the hype for a sequel to the clouds! And it needs to happen ASAP! Duncan get on with it! :D
After reading the terrible reviews, and not being a fan of the World of Warcraft games, I went into this movie with very low expectations. Initially, the low expectations seemed to be appropriate. The movie introduces a number of different characters in a rather haphazard way, barely explaining what they do or why we should care.Similarly, there's very little world building in the beginning, and people are just expected to have a basic understanding of how things in the Warcraft universe fit together.Pretty quickly, though, the movie launches into a surprisingly compelling plot. Unlike <more>
many other movies in the genre Lord of the Rings, for example doesn't just focus on the human or "good" side, but explains the back story of the Orcs, and gives them personality and motivation. After a lackluster start, the movie manages to give the characters at least some depth, and despite having a pretty large cast, almost everybody has at least some character development.Technically, this movie is flawless. The amount of work that must have gone into creating the Warcraft universe in this movie must have been incredible. The attention to detail is breathtaking. In scenes where dozens and dozens of Orcs are shown, every single one looks unique, and has his or her own characteristics and movements. The world in which the movie takes place is beautiful, and the fight choreographs are amazing.The colorful world in which the movie takes place defies the grim-dark trend in recent years, where even Superman movies have to be sad and dark and rainy, and that alone makes Warcraft a refreshing joy to watch.Despite being quite long, the movie always moves ahead at a brisk pace, and manages to convey a ton of plot.In short, this is a really well made, very entertaining movie. It has its flaws, particularly in the beginning, but I truly enjoyed every second of it.