“Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves” is a fun, new movie based on the popular role-playing game. So how can you watch the movie? Here are a few ways to watch the new DND movie.
Watch It in Theaters
The Dungeons & Dragons movie dropped in theaters back in March, and is still screening at locations nationwide. So perhaps the most obvious way to watch the film is to fire up fandango.com or Cinemark and buy a ticket to watch it on the big screen. Considering that “DND: Honor Among Thieves” is actually an entertaining film, it might be well worth the money to watch it in theaters (we know theater prices can be pricey nowadays).
Watch It on Paramount Plus
Paramount Pictures, the studio that produced the film, will make the DND movie available for streaming on Paramount Plus. The film reportedly will be available to stream on Paramount Plus starting May 16. If you already have a Paramount Plus subscription, then you’re set. If you don’t have Paramount Plus as yet, you can sign up for $4.99/month. You can then watch for free (with ads) for seven days before being charged.
Rent or Buy It Digitally
The DND movie film is also available to rent or buy to stream digitally on various platforms. So if you have Amazon Prime Video, iTunes, or Google Play, you can watch the movie for $19.99 as a rental. Or, you can buy it to watch whenever you want for $24.99. Watch “Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves” on Prime Video.
Watch It Via DVD or Blu-Ray
If you would rather own a physical copy of the new “Dungeons & Dragons” movie, then pre-order the DVD or Blu-ray. The film will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on May 30. The DVD was priced at $19.99 on Amazon at the time of publication of this article.
Our Thoughts on the Film
“Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves” is a fun (and funny) and entertaining fantasy adventure film. Viewers need not be fans of, or even familiar with the popular role-playing game it’s based on to appreciate it. The movie is essentially a redemption story where the main character gets a chance to do right by those whom he loves. The core cast includes: Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, Regé-Jean Page, Justice Smith, Sophia Lillis, Hugh Grant, and Olivia Wilde.
Pine is pretty good as the charming thief, and has great chemistry the other actors, especially Rodriguez. The DND film also has some good action sequences and generally well-done special effects. The storyline is a little predictable, but that doesn’t take away from its entertainment value. The DND movie has a PG-13 rating, so it’s mostly kid-friendly.