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How to train your dragon 2 (2014)

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My Ratings: 4/5

How to train your dragon 2 is Dream Work’s sequel to their earlier immensely popular film by the same name (of course without the ‘2’).

Think twice before you say ‘the sky is the limit’ since the Vikings from the island of Berk have no limitations when it comes to riding their dragons at lightning speed; soaring up through the clear blue sky either for an entertaining  sheep-scoring game or may be just for an adventurous ride in search of unknown territories.

In How to train your dragon 2 the bonding between Hiccup (voiced by Jay Baruchel) and his leathery pet dragon Toothless is undoubtedly the spine of the film but that’s not all – this sequel promises to be much bigger and better.

With voices of Gerard Butler, Cate Blanchett and Jonah Hill (just to name a few) and a superb story-line that’s amusing and emotional at the same time, How to train your dragon 2 successfully manages to awe not only their target audience group – the children but also the adults.

In one hand it is the touching story of reunion – Valka (who devoted her life to protect dragons) meets her family after twenty years – young Hiccup (her son) and Stoick, the Viking chief (her husband). A perfect little love story lost and found.

On the other hand it is the tale of an epic battle fought when an evil madman Drago Bludvist (Djimon Hounsou) challenges the Vikings with his dragon army.

How to train your dragon 2 has dragons of all shapes and sizes you can possibly imagine – from the two mammoth size alpha dragons who can freeze entire townships by their frosty breaths, to the little fun-loving dragon cubs impossible to tame.

Technically the best work in computer graphics I have seen till date.

Details in textures, super-smooth animation and brilliant camera work to give the audience the ultimate 3D experience especially in the numerous dragon-flying sequences.

Director Dean DeBlois and his team have done an amazing job.

Overall How to train your dragon 2 (in 3D) is visually spectacular, has a great story line and most importantly entertaining.

How often have you seen kids nagging their parents for a repeat show of a film while coming out of the cinema hall?

Do enjoy the show.

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