How To Train Your Dragon 2

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The family favorite movie is back again. How To Train Your Dragon warmed our hearts with a story of friendship and adventure and the sequel did not cease to include these same features.

The family favorite movie is back again. How To Train Your Dragon warmed our hearts with a story of friendship and adventure and the sequel did not cease to include these same features.

 

The story of Hiccup (voice of Jay Baruchel) and Toothless continues five years later in the changed town of Berk where all the villagers have dragons. While Hiccup, and Astird (voice of America Ferrera) are out exploring they run into a group of people who could be potential threats to their new found ways of life. After trying to confront his father about the problem Hiccup decides to take it into his own hands. Along the way he learns new things about himself and his priorities.

 

After a captivating couple of minutes of this 102 minute movie you will be hooked. You’ll see that the bonds between Hiccup and other characters have matured and strengthened. This brings out sides of the characters that you did not see in the first movie.

 

Anyone who goes to see this movie, should be prepared for all your emotions to be tugged on. There are many different twists and turns that show up throughout the plot that will change your mood in drastic ways. This film is perfect for animal lovers as you get a good feel of the strong bond between Hiccup and Toothless. The same emotional bond that you might feel between yourself and a pet.

 

An improvement of animation quality and music choice really added to the overall execution of the film. Being able to watch the movie in IMAX 3D was also a great addition to the experience and made you feel like you were riding on the back of the dragons with the characters.

 

I would suggest this PG movie for ages 6 and up because there is mild violence. You might want to have seen the first movie before watching this one as there are some references back to the first, but it’s not essential. Other than that How To Train Your Dragon 2 is a great movie that you could take the whole family to this summer.

 

Find out what happens in the thrilling second chapter of this fictional dragon-filled world.