25 October, 2010
How To Train Your Dragon
I'm going to start by giving you some film stats, about the plot, then go into my review. *WARNING - THIS MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*
Rating; PG for, "sequences of intense action and some scary images, and brief mild language."
Staring; Jay Baruchel and Gerard Butler.
Released; 26Th of March, 2010.
Genre; Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family, Fantasy.
In a Viking village filled with tough fierce warriors there was the most great of all the leader of the village Stoick (Gerard Butler), and then their was his son Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) who was not so strong, and not so fierce. After so many failed attempts of killing a dragon, once he actually did no one believed him. He searched all through the forest until finally he came upon it, it was dark as night, he started to kill it, but he couldn't, so he set it free. It tried to fly but it could not, it was hurt. Hiccup couldn't just leave it to die in this valley in the mountains, so he started feeding it, then he thought maybe he could fix the dragons tail, so he did just that. Then he thought maybe he could ride it, but it didn't work because he just fell off the dragon. So he made a saddle for the dragon. He made a steering mechanism. Then one day Hiccup was in trouble, so his dragon came and saved him, but his dragon was captured by his village. And his father, the leader, found out that Hiccup's dragon knew the way to the dragon's nest. The whole village hated dragons because they would steal the villagers food, but Hiccup had found out that the dragon's only stole food because they had to to feed the great-dragon. Then the villagers followed Hiccup's dragon to the dragon nest, and there was a great battle. In the mean time, Hiccup taught all the other kids in the village how to fly dragons, and they flew out to try and stop the others from releasing the great-dragon, but it was too late! So Hiccup got aboard his dragon, and he fought the great-dragon, and won though he almost lost his life, and he did lose his leg. The villagers saw how good the dragons were, and all learned to ride them, and finally the Dragons and Vikings were at peace.
It was good I liked it, I would watch it again. It was funny, and it had some drama, but it wasn't like so many cartoons that try to have all this drama in it and it just makes it not funny. It was good, I'd recommend it to really any one who likes cartoons. It was good.
To sum it up,if you like cartoons watch it.