Written April 08, 2010
I like the message of doing peace with the animals intead of killing them. My two kids enjoy the movie.
Written March 27, 2010
The LA Times reported that "Dragon" was a disaster after 3 years of production. Dreamworks called in story smiths Chris Sanders and Dean Deblois of "Lilo and Stitch" fame to repair it in two more. Sanders and Deblois have a knack for mixing Cute and Vicious, and what better film than one that tells the story of domesticating a wild dragon? The results are fantastic; the buzz was that animators actually working on the film were in tears seeing their finished scenes cut together.
I don't know if that story is true, but the dramatic tension in "Dragon" is worthy of an 86-minute film, the cinematography of Roger Deakins (normally a live-action guy) is some of the best I've seen in an animated film, and probably for this year.
I know this statement won't make me popular: the 3-D is overrated, and at times inhibits the IMAX experience. My wife got headaches viewing it at times, and I never fully bought the experience as I had a big freaking pair of glasses on the whole time.
Written March 26, 2010
charming amazing beautiful appealing timeless
Written June 03, 2010
You need to watch this with your family... a great kids movie... but please watch it in 3D or IMAX
Written April 05, 2010
Good movie, worth seeing. Only problem is for little kids, 6 and younger, it's loud and a bit violent, so they might be scared. Otherwise, it was a cute story, and had great 3D effects.