Sunday, October 18, 2015

How to Train your Dragon

    Two days ago, me and my mom finally got to watch How to Train your Dragon 2, and How to Train your Dragon just recently as well. One word. ONE OF THE BEST!

     This isn't really a book review, nor a movie review. Just my opinion going wild and mad. 

     I think that almost everyone's already watched How to Train your Dragon, so this isn't really new. With Hiccup and Toothless meeting for the first time, it felt impossible to not let your heart melt. My favorite part was when Hiccup starts visiting Toothless and gives him some fish, then Toothless spits out the fish for Hiccup to eat, then he starts imitating Hiccup's smile. First of all, I just love it. I cannot really describe it even more. Perfect. Amazing. Cute. Lovable. Beautiful. Life changing!

     On the other hand, How to Train your Dragon Two was just the same as the first movie. This isn't because it wasn't good, but because both were just so perfect to me. Now, Hiccup is all grown up, and he's about to become chief of Berk. I just love how he finds his mother keeping dragons, knowing that he wasn't at all abandoned. But, I guess the part where Toothless accidentally kills Stoick because of the Alpha's command is still nice because it shows that a father will do anything to protect their child, but I don't think younger kids will be able to understand why Toothless killed him, which will just make kids hate the movie. But still, I loved it!!! 

     Honestly, back in 2010, I kind of hated this movie since the characters weren't very nice to me. I didn't like vikings much, and it's still a wonder why I suddenly got so addicted to it. (P.S: I hated Harry Potter as much as How to Train your Dragon back then, but I love How to Train your Dragon just as I love Harry Potter now!)
     Rating? Infinity out of infinity!!!! I cannot wait for How to Train your Dragon 3, but sad news was brought by DeBlois, the movie's writer, that How to Train your Dragon 3 will cover the story of why dragons are no more, which means bye bye dragons! 

     Oh my gosh I just said bye! I'll miss you Toothless!! But hopefully, it'll have a good ending, cause then it'll just be a useless movie. By the way, here's a description of the two movies I got from IMDb.

How to Train your Dragon (2010)
     A hapless young Viking who aspires to hunt dragons becomes the unlikely friend of a young dragon himself, and learns there may be more to the creatures than he assumed.
Rating: PG
Running Time: 98 minutes
*Animation, Adventure, Family
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How to Train your Dragon 2 (2014) 
     When Hiccup and Toothless discover an ice cave that is home to hundreds of new wild dragons and the mysterious Dragon Rider, the two friends find themselves at the center of a battle to protect the peace.
Rating: PG
Running Time: 103 minutes
*Animation, Action, Adventure
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Dear DeBlois, 
     Please don't dare to have a sad ending in How to Train your Dragon 3. Wanna take away the dragons? Go. But please, don't make people cry and make another Toy Story 3 ending. Hiccup and Toothless CANNOT be separated forever. 

        ~A girl who hates sad endings
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