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''Hot to train your dragon" is probably the best dreamworks franchise and the first installment is my personal favorite. It features memorable characters beautiful animation, especially considering this was made in 2010, and a story which may be a little predictable, but is executed in a great way. This is the only thing holding me back from rating 5/5.
A visually stunning animated feature film and beginning to an incredible story of friendship, combined with the direction, script, vocal performances, score, editing, animation and visual style, How To Train Your Dragon is one of the best features ever to come out of DreamWorks Animation!!!
How to Train Your Dragon is proof that great animated movies can be made outside the glorious walls of Pixar and occasionally, Disney. Even though the animation is quite a bit behind with Toy Story 3, Tangled and Legend of the Guardians coming out the same year. However, the story does more than make up for it. Furthermore, this film turned into one of the best trilogies put together on the big screen. Dreamworks, thankfully, is the Shrek studio anymore.
This movie has an amazing storyline. And the music by John Powell is Perfect. The movie follows " the Hero's journey" in an amazing manner. This movie can appeal to all ages and will stand the test of time.
The pinnacle of my childhood, "How To Train Your Dragon" still impresses and evokes childlike wonder to this day. It is a timeless treasure that should be watched again and again, and even more after that.
The best. Better than toy story: a killer score, a incredible opening, beautiful setting, stunningly beautiful scenes. How to train your dragon is doubtlessly my favorite animated film
Top 5 favorite movies, I can watch it over and over without getting tired of it, AND it has an amazing soundtrack.
Dreamworks did something good after Shrek.
A brilliantly meaningful story brought to life with gorgeously animated characters. (A+)
This movie should've won the Oscar instead of the boring emotionally manipulative cash grab that is Toy Story 3.