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MOVIE REVIEW: How To Train Your Dragon 2 – ‘A Fun and Epic Dragon Ride’

Unreeling one of their finest and most awaited sequel up to date, Dreamworks Animation is set to reach sky high in “How To Train You Dragon 2.”

2014_how_to_train_your_dragon_2-wideIn its prequel dated 5 years since we last saw Hiccup and Toothless in their last fly, we now venture in the Viking village of Berk as it enjoys perfect coordination with their respective dragons, with our abled heroes now both with missing body parts, if you know what I mean. If you watched the previous film you know what I’m obviously talking about.

How-to-Save-your-Dragon-2-Stoick-the-VastHere’s the catch, we all know Hiccup is the one and only successor to his father Stoick as the chieftain of Berk. Problem is, Hiccup did not liked the idea of it. And presently, he and his dragon, Toothless, now enjoys wandering across the land to map new territories.


Conflict will arise in this new installment as their little encounter with the dragon trappers discloses the possibility of absolute peace with humans and dragons. This lead Hiccup into meeting a new formidable ally in the personality of someone he never knew and has waited for since he was a child. Also, events unfold in further conflict against his dad, but later on in reconciliation and reunion. The movie moves on into introducing the the film’s big bad, the scar-faced Drago Bloodfist.

Again, this film never failed to make me burst a laugh with Hiccup and Toothless’ stolen moments as serious problems arise throughout the flick. Along with these especially is the film’s genuine approach in getting into people’s emotional verge, as the film also goes over about courage and sacrifice.

Still with its visually-stunning CGI’s of dragon-to-dragon combat and humans striking hits, How To Train Your Dragon 2 offers a wild ride of monstrous fun as it unlocks the secret of the heart and intellect. Not only the film is surely going to be remarkably surprising and affecting, but also it will surely give you that ‘flying feeling’ within.

Nevertheless, the film is superb and perfect for all engaging ages. And for this one reason alone, that Hiccup and Toothless undoubtingly continues to display true deeds of friendship, “How To Train Your Dragon 2” reaches that burning feat of inciting fire among families and connections to its unfathomable depth.

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