Excerpt: Fantástica secuela de la ya de por sí fantástica película de 2010, que sube el nivel técnico y refleja maravillosamente la relación emocional entre humanos y animales. Genial diversión para toda la familia.
Excerpt: Writer/director Dean DeBlois’s second of a planned trilogy based on Cressida Cowell’s children’s books has a daring, shocking climax and its underlying theme could be read as championing the maligned pit bull breed
Excerpt: This is a sequel that does what sequels do far too seldom: it takes its characters further, develops them in new and interesting ways and isn’t afraid to take an entirely different tone. Writer/director Dean DeBlois, who co-directed and co-directed the first installment, has crafted a sequel that joins a small number of movie sequels that are at least arguably better than their predecessors.
Excerpt: How to Train Your Dragon 2 creates a fresh new story that takes some unpredictable turns while organically expanding the mythology of its universe. It’s not only better than the first installment in the franchise, which is an impressive feat all by itself, but also elevates the material from mere family entertainment to a more expansive fantasy epic.
Excerpt: After four years, DreamWorks has finally produced a sequel to the studio’s broadly appealing achievement, How to Train Your Dragon. Hiccup has grown up, as has his audience, but has DreamWorks?
Excerpt: ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2’ is a big movie – even epic. Where most animated movies these days are mousy and small, this one has a giant canvas with a visual sweep that reminds you of The Lion King and Finding Nemo. It’s a fun movie to behold.