How to Train Your Dragon

2010 "One adventure will change two worlds"
8.1| 1h38m| PG| en| More Info
Released: 26 March 2010 Released
Producted By: DreamWorks Animation
Country: United States of America
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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.

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Chris Sanders, Dean DeBlois

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Wordiezett So much average
Exoticalot People are voting emotionally.
Pluskylang Great Film overall
Beystiman It's fun, it's light, [but] it has a hard time when its tries to get heavy.
aminelloo MY BEST ANIMATED MOVIE since ever LOOL .............
paulclaassen Oh, this was just fantastic! Great premise. Great animation. Great voicing. Great music. This was just such a sweet little film. 'Never judge a book by its cover' has probably never been better depicted - in this case from the young Viking Hiccup's perspective, as well as from the dragons. It is a story about an unlikely friendship, and how if affects everyone and everything around them. I loved the characters and the story. What an absolutely beautiful film. This is the type of animation film that will appeal to young and old.
nestoryaviti I OFFICIALLY WANT A PET DRAGON. I literally fell in love with the Dragon that it feels that his (yes I said his) character arc is even deeper than the main character's. 10/10 no thought about it.
calvinnme ...not that this is necessarily saying much, since the films of the past decade are either made for the Academy Awards with some social message that hits the audience over the head with a social justice sledgehammer, or they are action films with lots of car chases and explosions and comic book heroes or they are 50 shades of obscene. But I digress. This animated film is beautiful to watch, but that is not the main drawing point. The drawing point are the characters. Even though this is set in some fictitious land full of Vikings beset with fire breathing dragons who are always raiding their livestock, you can easily relate to everybody. The main character, Hiccup, is the son of the warrior king of the Vikings. Hiccup is mild mannered, lanky, awkward - your typical teen of about age 14. He likes to build and invent things. Dad wants his son to be a dragon slayer. So one day, during an attack by the dragons, Hiccup actually catches one with one of his inventions. He grabs a knife and runs into the forest to kill the dragon to make dad happy. But he just can't. This "fearsome" dragon is tame, passive, dog-like before people had dogs. And so "Toothless" as Hiccup names him, becomes like a pet to Hiccup. The pair develop this beautiful unbreakable bond. And Hiccup learns about dragons.Hiccup is signed up for Dragon Killing class with the rest of the island's teens. Hiccup quickly rises to the top of his class but manages to not kill even one dragon. Instead he uses the techniques of bonding with dragons that he has learned from Toothless to subdue them into harmless pets. Nobody questions what is going on but Astrid, a tomboyish teen girl who just knows Hiccup is up to something.This film has genuine laughs, thrills, the real problems of sons and fathers disappointing and misunderstanding one another, the awkwardness of that first romance, and the idea that sometimes your enemy may be your enemy for reasons you don't understand. I watched this for about the tenth time last night and I have to say it just never gets old. Highly recommended.