How to Train your Dragon

How to Train your Dragon

DVD - 2010
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Hiccup is a Viking teenager who aspires to hunt dragons, but doesn't exactly fit in with his tribe's longstanding tradition of heroic dragon slayers. His world gets turned upside down when he encounters a dragon that challenges him and his fellow Vikings to see the world from an entirely different point of view.
Publisher: [United States] : Paramount Home Entertainment, [2010]
ISBN: 9781415755464
1415755469
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (98 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in

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alisha_20
Mar 30, 2018

i LOVE the movie! and how to train your dragon 2 is also very good! I also love the books but I don't like the last book because it is quite sad:( but still love everything about it!

ginafeil Jan 24, 2018

This movie is often asked for at our library location! Must love dragons.

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maroon_baboon_264
Jan 22, 2018

This is my all-time favorite movie! When I first saw it, I was going through a hard time. I saw myself as Hiccup in the film and really related to him and his outsider situation. Thank you DreamWorks!! :D

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orange_owl_449
Oct 29, 2017

i havn't watched this in a long time, but i remember it was a good and i really liked it. i only watched it on a laptop so i most likely did not get the full effect of the movie. i like toothless a lot too...

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green_cat_3454
Sep 07, 2017

Toothless is so CUTE! I've watched this movie so many times I at one time had most of the lines memorized. HTTYD is on my top ten favorite movie list! Also T J Miller does Tuff Nut's voice. I have read about 10 minutes worth of one of the books, it was dreary. The awesome thing about this movie is it leaves a ton of story left to be told by Defenders and Riders of Berk, and Race to the Edge. Both all three of those series are awesome and hilarious, and if there are some Race to the Edge DVDs out there, I suggest the Library pick up some copies, they would be extremely popular. Personally like Skrills the most.

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Mar 05, 2017

A young boy named Hiccup aspires to be a dragon killer. As the name suggests, dragon killers fight dragons. During an invasion that occurs one day, Hiccup sets out by himself to go take down some dragons. He shoots something down from the sky, and later goes to look for it in the woods. He finds a rare dragon which he intends to kill. However, he has a change of heart and decides not to kill it. A close friendship blossoms between him and the dragon, which he names Toothless. Perhaps Hiccup can help the Vikings and dragons end their fighting and become friends like Toothless and himself.
- @JuiceboxZ of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

How to Train your Dragon is definitely one of my favourite movies. The story is centered around a teenager from the island of Berk named Hiccup, he aspires to join the rest of the vikings to fight against the dragons that continuously assault his village. However his father, Stoik the village leader, would not allow his small and weak son to hunt dragons with them. Regardless of his father's opinions, Hiccup uses his invention and manages to catch a Nightfury one night during the dragon's invasion. Hiccup successfully brought the dragon down but he couldn't bring himself to kill it. Instead he brings the Nightfury home and names him Toothless. How to Train your Dragon also has amazing animation, I would recommend you to give this movie a watch!
- @eto of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

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navy_wolf_412
Feb 04, 2017

I WANT A NIGHTFURY ALREADY

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Dukkie
Jan 17, 2017

This movie is so much fun! Good family movie with a familiar plot. True, the movie is almost nothing like the book. The character names are the same but just about every thing else is completely different. I liked the book. I loved the movie. Usually for me it's the other way around.

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platyben
Oct 11, 2016

This movie was terrible. it did not adhere to the books in any way shape or form. this movie takes a wonderful, well thought out, and funny book series and turns it into trash. the movie is completely opposite from the book. in the book the Vikings whole culture is centered around the training of dragons. in the book, fishlegs was skinny and utterly inept. in the book the dragons were too small to ride. snotface snotlout had a massive nose and always beat up fishlegs and hiccup. and what happned to the amazing character of Alvin the Trecherous. and why are there no more tribes? and why is camacazi tall? and the Vikings are not Viking-like. they are all bumbling idiots. and hiccup was supposed to get an incredibly small toothless common garden dragon. this movie is complete garbage. books were better.

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Yoshixed
Sep 01, 2016

Wow, so great

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alisha_20
Mar 31, 2018

HICCUP: (to toothless) I'm gonna kill you dragon, I'm going to cut out your heart and bring it to my father.

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maroon_baboon_264
Feb 15, 2018

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!"

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navy_wolf_412
Feb 04, 2017

(Meatlug crashes into ground.) "I'm okay!" (Meatlug rolles over and lands on top of Fishlegs) "Less okay!"

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navy_wolf_412
Feb 04, 2017

"and" pretty much everyone says 'and' in the movie.

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navy_wolf_412
Feb 04, 2017

"READY THE SHIPS!!" - Stoick

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fread_the_llama
Apr 21, 2015

"we'er vikings, it's an occupational hazzard " -hiccup

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sava
Jan 17, 2015

You love mythical creatures? You will like this movie:-)

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wendellbailey
Oct 12, 2014

"Chances of survival are dwindling into the single digits."
-Fishlegs, while in dragon training

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wendellbailey
Sep 10, 2014

Hiccup: "It's not the Dragon I'm Worried about."

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wendellbailey
Sep 10, 2014

Astrid: "Hiccup, we just found the Dragon's Nest. And you Want to keep it a secret? To Protect your Pet Dragon?"

Hiccup: "Yes"

Astrid: "Ok then."

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blue_fish_1888
Mar 31, 2018

blue_fish_1888 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 7 and 12

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maroon_baboon_264
Feb 15, 2018

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burgundy_goat_17
Apr 29, 2015

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Bakergirl_13
Dec 21, 2014

Bakergirl_13 thinks this title is suitable for 6 years and over

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GhostNinjaAuthor72 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 5 and 12

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Red_Dog_1544 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 7 and 99

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red_dog_4279
Jun 24, 2014

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Bakergirl_13
Dec 21, 2014

Violence: contains mild violence

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Love_Legolas_111
Dec 11, 2013

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.

Captain_America May 04, 2011

Violence: There are some scary parts but not many.

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bdls206
Apr 03, 2011

Violence: This title contains Violence.

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bdls206
Apr 03, 2011

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.

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Hreindyri
Nov 10, 2010

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.

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