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How to Train your Dragon

“Actually saw this on a plane which probably isn't the...”

Written on: 21/01/2011 by kingofreviews (89 reviews written)

Actually saw this on a plane which probably isn't the best place because as well as being a good story it's lovely to look at. Another success from Dreamworks, that doesn't try too hard to fit the cliche of 'working on so many levels'The kids loved it, and I will admit to enjoying it more than I probably should have. Well paced, nicely voiced and beautifully 'drawn': recommended… Read Full Review

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“How to Train your Dragon is another brilliant animated...”

Written on: 21/01/2011 by reviewkitten (295 reviews written)

How to Train your Dragon is another brilliant animated film from Dreamworks. Set amongst a village of Vikings that is constantly battling against raids by dragons we are introduced to Hiccup, the son of the village leader. Unlike his peers, Hiccup is small framed, sensitive and judged to be unlikely to follow in his father's footsteps as a dragon slayer. Hiccup is inventive and handy with blacksmithing tools. He decides to prove to the village he can be great and fells a Night Fury dragon. The… Read Full Review

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