How To Train Your Dragon


Contains frequent mild threat

About this Film

Animated comedy adventure based on the bestselling book by Cressida Cowel, 'How to Train Your Dragon' tells the hilarious story of Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III, a young Viking prince. As part of a tribal initiation, Hiccup is sent to hunt down the fiercest dragon in the kingdom.

Instead he ends up befriending a small toothless dragon and bringing him home. Now Hiccup's biggest challenge is to convince his tribe to put an end to their dragon slaying ways.

  • Released on
    31/03/10
  • Genre
    Family
  • Cast members
    Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, America Ferrera, Craig Ferguson
  • Running time
    98 minutes
  • Directed by
    Dean DeBlois, Chris Sanders
  • Language
    English

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Overall very good but one irritating issue

Reviewer: RobJDate: 2010-09-12

Good story, good animation, good characters, but slightly let down by the confusing accents & associated vernacular language. All the Viking adults have Scottish accents while their children have American accents with their over-used cliches.

Really fun

Reviewer: Emma16Date: 2010-08-30

This movie is just so feel-good. An adventure movie the whole family can enjoy. I guess the moral of the story is not to be judgemental, as the whole village think the dragons are bad news; evil. When really they're just miss-understood. And Hicup realises that. The Nightfury dragon is actually REALLY cute too, looks alittle like a cat and it has this sweet face it puts on. Adorable really. Lovely film, thoroughly recommend it to everyone :)

Really Great Film

Reviewer: ErrDate: 2010-07-24

I love Dragons so an animated film about Dragons with the voice of Gerard Butler I so was going to see this film! And it was brilliant. The story was great the effects were great and I would recommend and see this film again.

We all loved this film!

Reviewer: LouisaLaheenDate: 2010-07-23

This was a great film! My two kids (7&4) loved it and so did I! My 7 year old boy said it was awesome!! Great charachters and a fab story line to boot.

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