The Gamers: Hands of Fate follows Cass (Brian Lewis) as he sets out to win a collectible card game world championship… and a date with Natalie (Trin Miller), one of the game's top players. Meanwhile in Countermay, a world far across time and space, Myriad (Samara Lerman) begins to suspect that fate has stacked the deck against her as she attempts to save her kingdom from a ravenous army of the undead. Set at Gen Con Indy, a massive midwest games convention, this fantasy comedy from the makers of Dorkness Rising and JourneyQuest presents a new chapter in the epic, decade-spanning tale that began in The Gamers.
When Cass (Brian Lewis) sets his eye on scoring a date with Natalie (Trin Miller), one of the world's top Romance of the Nine Empires players, she issues him a challenge: to show that he's ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Miami L (jp) wrote: This is just as bad as the Batman animated movie, the killing joke. What is wrong with DC....so boring, no action, slow paced. Not worth watching.
Rommel d (es) wrote: Worse movie ever! Script, acting and storyline was horrible! I want to stick a pencil in my eye!!!
Kelly K (fr) wrote: The final movie in the series, with a lot more excitement, and some wonderful new comers such as Annie's high spirited mother in law Mary, played by none other than Patty Duke and Belinda's adopted daughter, Lillian played by the talented and beautiful Courtney Halverson. With drama around every corner, a lot of love and even more faith this film is one heck of a way to end a series. Well worth watching.
David H (ru) wrote: A brilliant movie with some surprising twists. Jean Reno's performance was brilliant.
Barry H (ru) wrote: I actually thought this movie was extremely good.
Samantha S (br) wrote: Scientifically stunning in attention to detail. Emotional through-line divided between many characters of a variety of backgrounds. Massive undertaking well executed considering the dooms day setting. Tense, yet intensely human.
Evan H (ru) wrote: subtle, intelligent and emotive drama. well made.
Andrew B (ca) wrote: Fun hilarity, but only made such by the self-parodying performances of Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Basil Rathbone, and Boris Karloff.
Cameron D (de) wrote: Fantastic depiction of what really happened!
Jennifer T (gb) wrote: I expected more out of "Avenged" because the storyline intrigued me so much. But it is mediocre and unsatisfying.