How to Train Your Dragon User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.52

Current Rating: 4.52

based on 3549 votes and 298 reviews

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  • 1 stars What a dull and lifeless film....
  • 5 stars An absolutely incredibly wonderful, exciting, beautiful film!!! Loved it Sooo much. Laughed, cried then laughed and cried some more!!!
  • 4 stars the movie in the beginning was kind of boring, but the movie as a whole as touching and nice. i started to like it when hiccup and the dragon first connected.
  • 5 stars my dad was in love with this was i.this should be an OSCAR WINNER
  • 5 stars What a great, creative, funny movie! Loved every second of it! Visually appealing because of the fantastic animation!
  • 5 stars Excellent Movie,Graphics and Storyline and really enjoyed it!! I loved the story between Toothless and Hiccup!! They were both wimpy at the beginning of the movie but became the brave hero's at the end! Great Family Movie!!
  • 5 stars Funny roles, cute moments and enough action to keep yah awake what more could you want?
  • 5 stars This was an excellent movie - one of the best which I have seen in the last few months.Great family animated movie and great for us big kids too! Toothless is a dragon which looks part cat and acts like a dog. It is a incredible story about the relationship which developed between a wimpy boy and a wimpy half wingless dragon. I highly recommend seeing this awesome movie!!
  • 4 stars This movie was really entertaining. I like the animation and the story was predictable at times. Not the greatest but still a good time for children and adult alike (I am over 50).
  • 5 stars excellent movie

How to Train Your Dragon

Genre:  Comedy | Running Time:  93 min.
Release date:  March 26, 2010 | On DVD/VOD:  October 15, 2010

Current rating: Rating: 4.52
based on 3549 votes and 298 reviews
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Cast: Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, Craig Ferguson, America Ferrera, Jonah Hill, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Kristen Wiig, T.J. Miller