Dreamworks' How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World movie review:
Another end of an amazing generation.
The movie featured a lot of the similar theme the trilogy had presented with its first two movies. However, the antagonist heavily parallels Hiccup. Both understand and can control dragons, but with a twist. I expected a bit more fight compared to the other two, but the movie heavily focused on philosophy and ideals. The visuals, once again, were breathtaking, the animation is flawless. The new dragon designs were a bit much in my opinion, except for the dragon with antlers. That dragon was cool. The movie was also vibrant with colors, whether it is from smoke or water, the movie showed the beauty of nature.
Lastly, the second film demonstrated the power of the dragons. The third film featured the strength of a bond that will last forever.
Overall, the movie receives a 9.25/10.
Finishing the weekend with something light. Never seen this one, not expecting too much.
1 month ago
Dreamworks' How To Train Your Dragon 2 movie review (Revisited):
This movie was literally Godzilla: King of Monsters, but a hundred time better.
The applications of human nature and our naivety was really well presented in this movie. The visuals were definitely given more budget compared to the first film, and the animations were a lot smoother than the first. Character designs were amazing as well. I really love Hiccup's armor-esque suit. It gives off the classic dragon knight armor. As for the Alphas, they were bonkers! They looked so cool and menacing. A literal kaiju fight at one point. The Alphas' design were so cool while keeping the dragon aspect's into them.
Lastly, Kit Harrington needs to do more roles that is less serious and more comedic. He actually has the acting chops for it.
Overall, the movie receives a 9.5/10.
19 Dec 2019
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Dreamworks' How To Train Your Dragon movie review:
I had completely forgotten how amazing this movie was.
From the artstyle all the way to the story, it was fantastic. The story included progression, disability, and compassion.
The unlikeliest of friendships bonded through similarities and the father and son parted from their differences. It really mirrors how the relationships progress through the entire movie.
Overall, the movie receives a 9.75/10.
🇬🇧Happy anniversary to ‘How to train you dragon: The Hidden World’! I still remember the hype I had, waiting for the trilogy’s conclusion. The first movie is probably my favorite animated feature of all time, and I also appreciated a lot the second one.
Despite not liking everything about the third movie (for example, I felt really disappointed about the villain, Grimmel the Grisly), I think the authors have done a good job! ‘The Hidden World’ is visually stunning, I could stare at some of his frames for hours... colors, lights, backgrounds and characters (both dragons and humans) are always a feast for the eyes.
I’m sure that some scenes are going to remain in history of animation, thanks to their visuals and meaning. The ending sequences are worth not just all the movie, but the entire trilogy! •
🇮🇹Buon anniversario a ‘Dragon Trainer: Il Mondo Nascosto’!
Ricordo ancora l’hype che avevo aspettando la conclusione della trilogia.
Il primo film è probabilmente il mio film d’animazione preferito di sempre, e ho anche apprezzato molto il secondo.
Nonostante non mi sia piaciuto tutto del terzo film (per esempio, sono rimasto molto deluso dal villain, Grimmel il Grifagno), penso che gli autori abbiano fatto un buon lavoro!
‘Il Mondo Nascosto’ è visivamente splendido, potrei fissare alcuni suoi fotogrammi per ore... i colori, le luci, gli sfondi e i personaggi (sia i draghi che gli umani) sono sempre una gioia per gli occhi.
Sono certo che alcune scene rimarranno nella storia dell’animazione, grazie al loro impatto visivo e al loro significato. Le sequenze finali non solo valgono tutto il film, ma l’intera trilogia!