I'm looking for a movie involving a beautiful blonde woman that fights a dragon. This is what I know about this movie:


I watched this movie 2-3 years ago. Its CGI is amazing. I guess it's from 2005++


A sci-fi movie. A little fantasy element is in the movie. It's in color.


There's not much that I remember about the actor and actress. But, I think there's an actress that looks like Eva Mendez


A man ordered the girl to attack a castle. He's looking for a dragon's nest. The castle is in the mountains. A fire breathing dragon chases the plane in which the man/girl ride.

Well, that's all what I know. I hope you can identify it.

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    Sucker Punch indeed, I just rewatched the movie recently. For your reference, Blondie is the nickname of the black haired girl. I think this is in reference to 'dumb blonde' since she isn't the brightest of the bunch. The main character is named Baby Doll. – miva2 Nov 15 '16 at 10:38
  • I thought the blondie term refer to Babydoll. I don't remember their nickname. – Shota Nov 16 '16 at 2:03

I am sure you're looking for Sucker Punch (2011)

Here's a trailer:

And here's your dragon scene:

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