Synopsis: An evil dragon master is building a dragon army to control all neighboring communities.

Conclusion: 4/5 buckets of popcorn

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Thoughts: Not a sing-a-long, thank goodness. 3D or not to 3D? Lion King?

Reasoning:  With the popularity of Frozen we’re happy that this film wasn’t altered at the last minute, and plugged with random musical numbers. Yeah, this statement seems to be a bit melodramatic, but this is how Hollywood is. One box office successful 3D film comes out, and then hollywood pushes back release dates on several films to do a poor job of 3D that’s slapped together in post. Lucky for us this didn’t happen. image

This leads us our next point. To 3D or not to 3D? Yes, the film was well done, but it’s not completely necessary to see it in 3D. Save your money. In fact, we might have enjoyed the film a bit more if we hadn’t have seen it in an annoying and definitely more dimmer version.

We’ve heard some mumurs of this film being considered as the The Lion King of this generation. What the fuck? There is no The Lion King of this generation. There is ONLY the The Lion King from our generation, that continuously stands as the The Lion King for every damn generation!

Phew! Okay, we’ll calm down because was a lot of adult language over a PG film. So, yes, it was amazing to go this journey with Hiccup played by Jay Baruchel and the sweetly familiar gang take downy he alpha dragon! There were so many fun flying sequences, three sweet and funny love interest storylines, and 100’s of unique dragons to looks the audience never gets bored. Not for one single frame of this film. 

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