How to Train your DragonBlu-ray Disc - 2011
"Who would have thought a fire-breathing monster could be one of the most adorable on-screen critters since Babe?"--USA Today
"...the movie soars."--Los Angeles Times
"...the picture's modesty is refreshing, and its artistry is awe-inspiring."--Miami Herald
From Library Staff
Nicky86 Jan 30, 2011
I LOVED this movie! In many ways I saw my cats behaviours which really helped for me to relate to toothless and bond with the character.
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QuotesAdd a Quote
HICCUP: (to toothless) I'm gonna kill you dragon, I'm going to cut out your heart and bring it to my father.
HICCUP: (in a surprisingly good Stoick impersonation)
"Excuse me, barmaid! I'm afraid you've brought me the wrong offspring! I ordered an extra-large boy with beefy arms! Extra guts and glory on the side! This here! This is a talking fishbone!"
(Meatlug crashes into ground.) "I'm okay!" (Meatlug rolles over and lands on top of Fishlegs) "Less okay!"
"Chances of survival are dwindling into the single digits."
-Fishlegs, while in dragon training
Astrid: "Hiccup, we just found the Dragon's Nest. And you Want to keep it a secret? To Protect your Pet Dragon?"
Astrid: "Ok then."
Age SuitabilityAdd Age Suitability
blue_fish_2166 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 7 and 12
maroon_baboon_264 thinks this title is suitable for 10 years and over
Team_6_The_Banana_Slugs thinks this title is suitable for 5 years and over
GhostNinjaAuthor72 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 5 and 12
Red_Dog_1544 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 7 and 99
Sexual Content: Correction, there is NOOOO sex. This is pg. There's a kiss and a crush, but it's VERY clean.
Violence: There are some action scenes where it may frighten younger audiences but not too many.
SummaryAdd a Summary
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.
Hiccup a young viking who is less than viking-like wants to fit in with the village so he sets out to hunt and capture the deadliest dragon known to man.
He later realizes that it's his difference that make him special and great.
Also, the dragons behave like cats. This resulted in feelings of disappointment toward my tiny, wingless cat. I know it's not her fault but it would be great if she just started flying or something.