I’ll been hearing all good things about How To Train Your dragon so I decided to see the first one. I have to admit I never seen the films before until today and I love it. It’s different and original. And no matter what age you’re in you can appreciate the films.
Hiccup is a viking but he’s no ordinary viking like the others in his village. It’s very often they get attacked by dragons and Hiccup always wanted to kill one to get some status. Because he always been small and skinny, while the others are a little bigger. So it’s often he gets picked on and the others feel like he shouldn’t be anywhere near a dragon. Specially his father, the village leader feels Hiccup isn’t viking enough to be battling the dragons. So Hiccup himself built a catapult of some sort and manage to catch a dragon no one seen before – Nightfury. So he goes looking for him and see’s that he’s hurt. While Hiccup is taking care of him his father decided after all, Hiccup have to train how to kill a dragon. But all along Hiccups just want to take care of them. He’s starting to see another side of the dragons, specially of the dangerous Nightfury that he named Toothless. They get a strong relationship and trust each other. During the time Hiccup learns a lot about dragons from Toothless, he use it in his training.. But he doesn’t want to do it, he doesn’t want to kill a dragon, they aren’t dangerous, long as you are friendly, so are they. You just need to know how to show them you’re not dangerous.
Highly recommended film for any age, no matter if you’re 2 or 90 years old, you will come to love the film.
Voice actors: Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, Craig Ferguson, America Ferrera, Jonah Hill, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, T.J Miller and many more.