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Great Animantion, Good story

By Gigs727
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.
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This movie is really really very very good.

By Megustapeliculas
Written April 08, 2010
I like the message of doing peace with the animals intead of killing them. My two kids enjoy the movie.
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How to trtain your dragon

By cinthiayjose
Written May 03, 2010
Excellent movie, it suggests you how to perceive the good in every living creature.
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Worth the price! WOW!

By upstateNY_jeanine
Written April 14, 2010
This is the first movie I have seen in a theater in years, excepting documentaries. We were stunned by the cinematic scope and effects -- including our 14 yr old son. IMAX 3D made this cartoon seem real via mindbending settings of water, sky, and landscape which made the fantasy truly come to life. The themes are typical Disney but it's ending was not (could have ended several ways) and showed more insight than I gave Disney credit for--a great car ride home. My cynical teen was not surprised at the ending but he enoyed the movie enough to have returned to see it already. Standout performances by Craig Ferguson/Gobber & Jay Baruchel/Hiccup; both delivered amazing work that kept us glued to the screen when either character appeared and especially when together. Gerard Butler was also believeable as Hiccup's frustrated father/Viking village leader (though his accent was definitely not). I don't care if I don't have a jetpack in 2010 if movies can look and sound like this!!
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How to train your dragon

By mabella6
Written April 08, 2010
My grandson was totally enthralled, he is 10 years old. It was also enjoyable for adults. The scenery was beautifuland the story was very touching. We are loving the movies coming out in 3-D. Maxine Bell
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