In the Name of the King 2: Two Worlds
Granger, an ex-Special Forces soldier, gets dragged to the kingdom of Ehb to fulfill an ancient prophecy and ends up finding redemption for his own battlefield experiences.
Why There's Still No King
- Like the first movie, it has pretty much nothing to do with the Dungeon Siege video games.
- There is little to no connection to the previous film beyond a couple of references.
- The movie is loaded with fantasy cliches.
- Terrible fight scenes, especially since Dolph Lundgren was injured during filming and couldn't do much.
- Inane script and bland acting.
- The sets and costumes look incredibly cheap.
- The movie is just incredibly slow and boring, taking forever to go anywhere.
- Terrible cinematography; the camera shakes a lot.
- Mediocre CGI.
The Only Redeeming Quality
- While the CGI is mostly bad, the dragon, at least, is rendered decently.
- Dolph Lundgren initially turned down the movie, but changed his mind after getting divorced and needing money.
- Lundgren was injured during filming, which is why he doesn't do anything flashy in the movie.
- In a connection to first film, "Granger" is another word for "Farmer".