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Title: How To Train Your Dragon
Post by: redstar1 on March 30, 2010, 05:25:00 pm




... Long name for a movie, huh?

Anyway, I finally got a chance to see it last night. :D I loved everything about it. The animation, music, story, and characters! DreamWorks did very well. :)

Toothless is just... AWWWW, I just wanna hug'em to death! :3

Title: Re:How To Train Your Dragon
Post by: elijah fan on March 30, 2010, 07:27:09 pm

Ooh, I haven't seen this yet but I really want to. It looks really good. They have a whole bunch of stuff up in our Walmart about it, they've even built like this huge dragon thing out of cardboard to advertise for it, lol. Maybe I'll go see it soon. :)

Title: Re:How To Train Your Dragon
Post by: redstar1 on March 30, 2010, 09:06:13 pm

Our local Wal-Mart is the same! Except for the dragon-cardbord statue; that sounds AWESOME!!! From back-packs to bedsheets and pillows to stuffed-plushies of the different dragons! Except I couldn't find Toothless anywhere... he was sold out. :-/

But I'm hoping to get the soundtrack later this week during Spring Break. I loved the music in the movie, such epic awesomeness! I hope you see the movie soon, Julie! It's such an adventurous movie full of fun and friendship... plus a bit of romance between Hiccup and Astrid. :3 But you may want to bring some tissues just in case... don't wanna spoil anything. ;) :)

Title: Re:How To Train Your Dragon
Post by: elizabeth coffey on March 31, 2010, 03:33:46 am

Hey Allie, glad to hear you enjoyed it. It does look like a fun family adventure :)

Title: Re:How To Train Your Dragon
Post by: maryd on March 31, 2010, 05:21:56 am

Lol, I remember reading this years ago, and quite liking it then. have to say, the ads do make it look really good - I think it'd be good to see it in 3D. Glad you enjoyed it Allie!

Title: Re:How To Train Your Dragon
Post by: Elijahs Impact on April 06, 2010, 02:59:10 pm

Over here it's just known by Dragon becuase the full title can mean something else over here.

Title: Re:How To Train Your Dragon
Post by: maryd on April 08, 2010, 12:30:23 pm

[quote author=Damita Jackson P.Y.T. link=board=4;threadid=33977;start=0#msg1193091 date=1270580350]
Over here it's just known by Dragon becuase the full title can mean something else over here.
[/quote]

Is that just in England? I'm sure it's the full title over here. :P I've never heard of this 'other' meaning, but it's a pretty funny phrase!

Title: Re:How To Train Your Dragon
Post by: Elijahs Impact on April 08, 2010, 03:18:30 pm


on 1270744223, maryd wrote:
Is that just in England? I'm sure it's the full title over here. :P I've never heard of this 'other' meaning, but it's a pretty funny phrase!
On posters it's the full title but only 'Dragons' is mentioned on the commercial. The other meaning is quite funny :)

Title: Re:How To Train Your Dragon
Post by: tiram90 on April 24, 2010, 05:52:03 am

Ooh, I loved it! Saw it yesterday, and it didn't have any boring moments! I want my own dragon now! ;D

Title: Re:How To Train Your Dragon
Post by: Elijahs Impact on May 22, 2010, 05:54:00 am


on 1272102723, Marit wrote:
Ooh, I loved it! Saw it yesterday, and it didn't have any boring moments! I want my own dragon now! ;D
You've got one, his name is Marius.


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