If there's one thing that the world can thank Dragonheart for, it's answering the age-old question of what voice would come out of a dragon's mouth if it was capable of human speech. In hindsight, Sean Connery was the only real answer, but the wisdom and intelligence that the voice projected did justice to the film's fiction.

Depicting dragons as a wise, ancient race as opposed to mindless monsters, was a welcome change, not to mention a way of casting every previous 'dragons layer' in a less flattering light.

The movie is best described as a buddy comedy led by a dragon (Connery) and dragonslayer (Dennis Quaid), meaning that just like its fire-breathing star, it's one of a kind.

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