Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse is a 2015 stand-alone sequel in which an aspiring knight bonds with a dragon who has landed on Earth, and together they fight to end tyranny on both sides of Hadrian's Wall. There's frequent medieval violence: sword fights, characters burned alive, and some blood in the battle scenes. Sir Gareth, knowing that the dragon can feel the same pain he does, punches himself in the testicles. ¿One of the lead bad guys calls a protagonist female warrior "yeasty" and tells the lead protagonist to "stretch it like her mother's" while he still has the chance. These elements make this medieval fantasy best for teens and older.
Frequent medieval battle violence. Swordfights, characters burned by flames. Some blood. Sir Gareth, knowing that the dragon can feel the same pain he does, punches himself in the testicles.
A woman is called "yeasty" by one of the bad guys, who tells Sir Gareth to "stretch it like her mother's."
No positive messages.
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