It was the 10th worst reviewed film of 2006 on Rotten Tomatoes, Arya, elf princess of Ellesméra, flees with a strange stone, pursued by Durza, a dark sorcerer under king Galbatorix.
When Durza corners Arya, she uses magic to send the stone away.
Visual effects and animation were by Weta Digital and Industrial Light & Magic.
Eragon was released worldwide between December 13 and December 15, 2006 by 20th Century Fox.
Eragon is outmatched, and Brom arrives to help him, getting mortally wounded in the process.
Eragon confronts a hooded figure that has been following them.
Add a fair warrior-maiden named Arya (Sienna Guillory) and you've got all the ingredients for a worthwhile (if not particularly original) fantasy that points directly to a sequel. The people responsible for casting should have picked up the book and read it.
Whether that's a good or a bad thing is up to individual viewers to decide. This had the possibility of being a film series on par with Harry Potter but it was cast for Hollywood not for longevity. I was disapointed with the movie because it left out a large portion of the story.
Eragon, Saphira, Arya, and the Varden prepare for battle.
Arya, Murtagh and the Varden fight Galbatorix's forces as Eragon and Saphira duel in the skies with Durza who rides his own beast.
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Eragon and Saphira kill Durza, but Saphira is heavily injured.