I saw it Monday night, here's my review. Great concept, heck it is a wonderful concept, but it falls short of the promises that it makes. For a movie about dragons there are surprising few that actually show up on screen and in action. There aren't grand battles with dragons nor anything that really stuck out as being stunningly awesome. If there is one thing that this movie lacks, it is scope. Even with a setting in the English countryside, the film feels claustrophobic and uncomfortably tight. The legend of the dragons is even breezed by and not realized into the large story that it is but only alluded to with mock up newspaper articles and publications. Allusion is the films main trick and it turns it too often. Film is a visual medium; I just wished this film had used it better. Harry loves the thing to death though. BTW - There is one scene that had everyone in the theater laughing and grinning from ear to ear. I won't spoil it for you, but it involves a "white knight and a black knight". Just thinking of it makes me smile.