When young Eragon (Edward Speleers) stumbles upon a strange, blue stone, he has no idea the discovery will change his fate from humble farm boy to chosen liberator of his oppressed countrymen. This medieval tale of warriors and dragons is low on language and sexual content, but depicts a lot of violent action as the hero learns the skills and self-control necessary to battle the forces of sorcery and evil.
|MPAA Rating||PG for fantasy violence, intense battle sequences and some frightening images.|
|Theatrical Release||December 14, 2006|
|Cast||Edward Speleers, Jeremy Irons|
|20th Century Fox Home Entertainment|
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