How to Train your Dragon 2

How to Train your Dragon 2

Blu-ray Disc - 2014
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While Astrid, Snotlout and the rest of the gang are challenging each other to dragon races, Hiccup and Toothless journey through the skies, charting unmapped territories and exploring new worlds. When one of their adventures leads to the discovery of a secret ice cave that is home to hundreds of new wild dragons and the mysterious Dragon Rider, the two friends find themselves at the center of a battle to protect the peace.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : DreamWorks Animation, [2014]
Edition: EnglishSpanishFrench version
Copyright Date: ©2014
Characteristics: 1 video disc (102 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
digital,optical,surround,7.1 DTS-HD MA
digital,optical,surround,5.1 Dolby digital
video file,Blu-ray,1080p high definition,region A


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I loved this movie! Equal parts inspiring and heart-wrenching, I connected with the characters on a deep level and enjoyed the plot even more than I did that of the first movie. I enjoyed the villain and loved the mysteriousness of multiple scenes. I definitely recommend for family movie night!

Apr 01, 2021

best movie ever!!!!!!!!
ages: 4-13
one part is so sad for hiccup and it's toothless's fault

some movies are shame i mean lame but this one is filled with action fun Adventure 殺

Mar 05, 2021

it was better than the other how to train your dragon movies, still not the best dream works film i have ever seen, it's better because it has more interesting stuff, like hiicup finding his mom and "the every dragon has it's secrets" stuff

May 26, 2019

Overall, the sequel to the original How to Train Your Dragon movie was well done. The story line was unique and creative, and there was a lot of adventure and action that kept you entertained. I always enjoy seeing the original characters, who are quirky and have a fun dynamic. I appreciated seeing more of Hiccup’s life, and discovering his Mother, but I wasn’t a fan of how the movie ended. It is definitely emotional, and bittersweet, but I prefer the first film’s ending much better. Still, I would recommend this movie to other viewers, although it was unequal to the excellence and entertainment of the first film. 3/5
@PenelopeScriptor of the Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board

Jan 31, 2019

best so far so exited to see httyd 3

Wow, I did not expect I would ever rate this movie this highly, but it actually earns it. Character growth, impressive visuals, honest dialogue, genuine humor, a compelling plot, and real consequences. A lot of popular, particularly Disney, movies get away with fake-out deaths or high stakes that never truly endanger the protagonists by dint of being protagonists; not so in HTTYD2, where the repercussions for failure are all too real. I enjoyed watching this movie.

Aug 15, 2018

How To Train Your Dragon 2 is a solid movie, with a gorgeous aesthetic. The scenes are beautifully animated and have great sound tracks to match. Many scenes invoke strong emotions and help immerse the viewer into this fantastical world. There are some points in movie that will be lost of viewers if they have not seen the TV series such as the time skip between this movie and the first. The movies plot twist, I found dull and slightly predictable. The final confrontation also felt cheap with an almost "deus ex machina" conclusion. How To Train Your Dragon 2 isn't a bad movie by any means, but I feel that it isn't the sequel that the original deserved. Rating: 3 out of 5
@ToBeRisen of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

As you all probably know, the first movie was amazing and honestly, this one was just as good. We got to see the characters develop even further and omg Toothless got even cuter. The animation was amazing and was very well made. But this movie is a little sad as well, which is a good thing because it was able to bring emotion. Some animated movies are really lame and the problem that the characters face isn't interesting but this is not the case for this movie. I showed this movie to my friends and little cousins and they all loved it just like I did. I totally recommend this movie to kids aged 4-12. I give this movie a 4.7 out of 5 stars. Go give this movie a watch, you will not be disappointed.
@terrficbooklover of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

I thought the first one was fantastic, then this one flew right down and blasted away the competition! But it is not just that How to Train Your Dragon 2 has amazing action scenes, an awessome villain with a giant pet dragon, and that the animation is miles ahead of the first one. It is because How to Train Your Dragon 2 is full of emotion, and a great lesson along the way. The scene where Stoik dies was a real gut wrencher, and you could clearly see that in the characters. Some shows have the cast mourn a little bit and quickly move on, but in this movie, they have a flippin ceromony for the guy. The life lesson I mentioned before is when Hiccup realized that his true destiny is to become chief of his village, but also make peace with the dragons. It sends a great message about doing what is right, and protecting who you love. That right there just melts your heart. The one thing I wished to see in this movie, are some of the cast from the prequel series Dragons: Race to the Edge, that was made to happen right before the events in this movie. It would have been great to see Dagur and Heather leading a charge against Drago, or even the A Team to assemble once again to help fight with the main riders at the Bewilderbeast's nest. But besides that, I highly recommend to watch HTTYD 2, for which it is burning with Nordic Fun! @BooksRUs of the Hamilton Public Library Teen Review Board

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Apr 12, 2018

it was great! though drago treats the dragons meanly:{ but its good, its good. really liked it! you should watch it! great family movie!

Sep 07, 2017
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Apr 12, 2018

hiccup: (to toothless who licked him) you know that doesn't wash out!!

Jan 16, 2015

(Ruffnut) Eret, son of Eret, was the man of my dreams! MY EVERYTHING!!
(Snotlout) But, baby, I grew FACIAL HAIR for you!
(Fishlegs) Me TOO!

Dec 05, 2014

"Oh, give me a cuddle, Gumpy!"
-Gobber, to his dragon,
Grump, a Hotburple

Jul 18, 2014

Allright, itchy armpit then. -Hiccup to Toothless


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Mar 05, 2021

Violence: 5/10 violence *1 is a slap or two, 10 is R-rated gore


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