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As the son of a Viking leader on the cusp of manhood, shy Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III faces a rite of passage: he must kill a dragon to prove his warrior mettle. But after downing a feared dragon, he realizes that he no longer wants to destroy it, and instead befriends the beast – which he names Toothless – much to the chagrin of his warrior father
I wish this was my autobiography.
“Stop trying so hard to be something you’re not!”
Cats are perfect.
Please don’t misunderstand. Dogs are frequently wonderful. They can be sweet and adorable and affectionate and altogether grand. But dogs also carry with them a whiff of desperation—their need to be loved is often charming but sometimes exhausting. Like a good-natured but overly forthcoming friend, you enjoy their company but find them overly communicative; they forget that some things are best left unsaid. As Mark Twain wrote, “If animals could speak, the dog would be a blundering outspoken fellow.”
Cats, meanwhile, know no sin as they operate under the Nixonian imperative that their actions are definitionally above reproach. They outpaced mankind on the domestication front, habituating, though not…
I previously reviewed this film and gave it 3 1/2 stars which is accurate. I'm posting this review for my 2yr old son who absolutely loves it. It's the first movie he's shown a lot of interest in so his review is as follows.
"Whatcha dragon moomie yep?" Whatcha dragon moomie hahaha"
Dracarys! – Daenerys Targaryen, Queen of the Andals and the Rhoynar and the First Men, Lord of the Seven KingdomsKhaleesi of the Great Grass Sea,Breaker of Shackles/Chains,Queen of Meereen, Princess of Dragonstone (For the se7en god’s sake girl in one year or two I have to put a full paragraph of your titles)
Everything starts with a narration moving slowly to a storm of dragons; fire and flames, and screams of terror and many women cry of fury and strength by men against winged beasts in the skies of Berk, the most extraordinary Viking land, and all that is narrated by a simple wimpy kid named Hiccup. With a combined name of your personality; you like and care about him…
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I can’t remember being moved this much since Spike Jonze’s Her; my emotions are all over the place and there are simply not enough words to justify the amazement that I had when watching this film.
DreamWorks in all of its lifespan has always been undervalued due to Pixar and Disney’s success, they certainly have brought memorable and classic animation titles like Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, and Madagascar; and having seen all of those, I can confidently say, neither of them have been able to challenge Pixar in regards to three-dimensional animation, and Disney with its captivating charm. DreamWorks seems to have already understood that competing with Disney is futile, they…
Why oh why did all vikings, except for the teenage ones, have Irish or Scottish accents? Is it because they sound more authentic that way or what? And why weren’t, the main characters at least, modelled after their voice actor or actress? How to Train Your Dragon - godawful title by the way - has an easy to digest message and looks reasonably pretty, but it never in my opinion matches the out-of-the-ordinariness of its titular legendary beasts. When I checked out what other features had come from directors Dean DeBlois and Chris Sanders it all made sense; on comparing character design, they could have just as well called this film Hiccup and Stitch. It’s an observation that applies to…
I just… really love this movie. Not only is it utterly beautiful, both visually (The backgrounds! And the dragon designs!) and in its soundtrack (Those bagpipes! Well… war pipes, actually according to the end credits. I mean, come on, this movie has WAR PIPES.), it also has great characters and a great story. Just a really good time all around.
I think I avoided watching this movie because I was annoyed by the random selection of voice actors. But I ended up watching it when I had nothing else to do, and it actually turned out to be a good movie.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
A sarcastic boy who so badly wants to be a real Viking, won't kill the legendary Nightfury after shooting him down from the sky. Instead, he helps this dragon recover and even gives him a nickname: Toothless. They become good friends and everything he was told about dragons, turned out to be untrue.
I love everything about this movie. The story, the humour, the animations, the characters and their growth; everything. It was great to watch how Hiccup and Toothless started to trust eachother and eventually form a great team. With, of course, the great result that Vikings and dragons can now finally live together in peace.
And Toothless is just sooo awesome!
Looking forward to part 2!
I WANT MY OWN TOOTHLESS!
This movie is one of the best kids movies ever made and the soundtrack is so fuckin good just watch it trust me
Probably the best thing to come out of the Dreamworks camp since Shrek 2. One small nitpick though: How come in a movie set in Norway, there's characters with Irish accents?
Really good, cute and funny movie with a heartwarming ending.
It's a very decent film with a very exceptional soundtrack. Quite a rarity nowadays for a film to have a main theme that's easy to hum and hard to forget.
the only good movie I've ever watched
Every film that has ever been nominated for an Academy Award in any category. Enjoy!