Saturday, March 27, 2010

REVIEW: How To Train Your Dragon 3D

How To Train Your Dragon

Jay Baruchal, Gerard Butler


March 26, 2010

Chris Sanders,
Dean DeBlois

DreamWorks Animation

1 hour 38 minutes




All I can say is, WOW as DreamWorks has finally succeeded at what they've been trying to do ever since PIXAR started winning so many Oscars: making a film that is both funny and full of heart. How To Train Your Dragon is about Hiccup, a lonely boy who's the son of the head Viking in the village. The only problem with Hiccup is that he can't fight of the pests of the village, which happen to be Dragons. One day, Hiccup discovers a Dragon that is also a loner, and pretty soon, they develop a friendship and bond that will take them to places even they never dreamed of. This movie is probably the BEST film of 2010 so far as the bond of Hiccup and Toothless, the dragon Hiccup discovers captivates both the characters and the audience surrounding them. Plus, this film has a shot of winning the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature this coming year. The only thing that can stop this film is the highly anticipated Toy Story 3, coming out in June. Also, this film proves that even PIXAR doesn't have all of the heart for moviegoers, DreamWorks does also. This film was a major comeback after last years Monsters VS Aliens, which disappointed a lot of people, including me, sort of. But what made the film so genuine, besides the humor and heart, was the 3D. This is a film that has to be seen with the 3D glasses on, mainly for the flying sequences that happen almost throughout the film. But I do warn you, if you take your young ones to see this, whether it's 3D or not, they WILL get scared by some of the menacing Dragons that the vikings fight off. So, if I were you, whoever's reading this review, I'd reccommend NOT taking kids under the age of 7 to see this. But if you are lucky enough to get to see this in 3D or even IMAX 3D, you are in for a treat once you learn How To Train Your Dragon.


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