Fridge / Dragonheart

  • Fridge Brilliance: When Bowen kills Draco in the end, he not only upholds the oath he gave after Einon is healed by the dragonheart (to serve the Dragon whenever he needs him), but also his later oath, the one he made after Einon was revealed as corrupted, to kill the Dragon wherever he goes. Two oaths in a single move.
  • At the beginning of the movie, Bowen and Draco are engaged in a Mexican Stand Off where Bowen is standing with his sword upwards inside the open maws of Draco. No matter who kills who first, the other one will die too. So, why didn't Draco, a dragon, Take a Third Option and simply roast Bowen alive to get rid of him unharmed ? Well, throughout the whole movie, Draco is always seen breathing fire through his nostrils. Which means he didn't toast Bowen because he simply cannot breathe fire through his mouth.