I found this movie to be a bit of a bore, but your mileage may vary.
If Dracula became a monster for a noble cause, could his dark power be used in the name of the light?
Raised by the Turks as a royal hostage, Vlad Tepes (Luke Evans) returns to his homeland years afterward to rule. With a wife and child of his own, the peace of his kingdom is threatened when the Turks demand not only their regular tribute of coin but also a thousand children to fight in the Sultan’s army…including Vlad’s own son. With no standing army, Vlad makes a Devil’s deal with a cursed monster (Charles Dance), but can the prince defeat his enemies with borrowed power without falling victim to the curse himself?
Attemtps to make Dracula a monster at the box office the last two decades have gloriously failed, so why not restore his nobility as a man of hope instead of making him yet another monster obsessed with…
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