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How to Train Your Dragon 2
- Jay Baruchel

Overview - Dragons and Vikings have finally made peace, but when the villainous Drago plots a massive invasion, it's up to Hiccup (voice of Jay Baruchel) and Toothless to save the day in this sequel from DreamWorks Animation.  Read more...

 
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Overview

Dragons and Vikings have finally made peace, but when the villainous Drago plots a massive invasion, it's up to Hiccup (voice of Jay Baruchel) and Toothless to save the day in this sequel from DreamWorks Animation.

Cast List

John Powell - Composer/ FACE OFF (1997), ANTZ, CHICKEN RUN
Jakob Hjort Jensen
Fabio Lignini
James Baxter - Supervising Animator
Dean DeBlois - Director, LILO & STITCH (2002)
Michelle Cowart
Lou Dellarosa
Adam Dotson
Manuel Aparicio
Martin P. Hopkins
Rani Naamani
Bill Diaz
Sean Sexton - Animator
Cressida Cowell - Author
Dave Hardin
Joe Bowers
Steven "Shaggy" Hornby
Kevin Andrus
Dinesh Krishnan-Nair
David Torres - Animator
Milind D. Shinde
Rebecca Huntley
John Swanson - Production Manager
Laurent Caneiro
Nayoun Kim Charoenchal
Andrew Harkins
Jennifer E. Harlow - Animator
Leif Jeffers
Tommie Lofqvist
Djimon Hounsou - Actor, AMISTAD, THE ISLAND, BLOOD DIAMOND, CONSTANTINE
Cate Blanchett - Australian Actress
Gerard Butler - Scottish actor, 300
Craig Ferguson - Actor, Writer
Jay Baruchel - Actor
America Ferrera - American actress, UGLY BETTY
Andrew Ableson
Gideon Emery - Actor, CITIZEN VERDICT (2005)
Kristen Wiig - American actress, SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE
Jonah Hill - Actor, ACCEPTED (2006)
Christopher Mintz-Plasse - Actor, SUPERBAD
T.J. Miller - Actor
Simon Kassianides
Kit Harington

 
Details
    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 102
  • Color Format: (unknown/unconverted)
  • UPC: 024543914839
  • Genre: Family
  • Rating: PG (MPAA)
  • Release Date: August 2015

Related Categories:
Movies > Childrens
Movies > Animated

Related Keywords:
Fantasy
Computer Animation
Family (General)
Dragons

 
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Reviews:
"[This sequel] has ladled on even more expensive state-of-the-art animation and stereoscopy technology, an elaborate script that expands its fantasy world further, oodles of action set pieces, and a dragon cast of thousands..." - 05/16/2014 Hollywood Reporter


"Braver than BRAVE, more fun than FROZEN, and more emotionally satisfying than so many of its live-action counterparts, DRAGON delivers." - 05/16/2014 Variety


3.5 stars out of 4 -- "It's thrilling, a soaring blend of 3D animation and spectacular storytelling that swerves daringly to honor the healing chaos of family, human and dragon." - 06/12/2014 Rolling Stone


"Nearly as exuberant as the original, HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2 nimbly avoids sequel-itis. With its expanded universe, mythology and dramatic battles it nearly ventures into GAME OF THRONES turf." - 06/13/2014 USA Today


"Gleeful and smart, funny and serious, this sequel surpasses the endearing original with gorgeous animation -- a dragon Eden, a dragon scourge, an infinitude of dragons -- and one stirring human encounter after another." - 06/12/2014 Wall Street Journal


"[The movie] serves up a bountiful and sugary feast for the 3-D-bespectacled eyes." - 06/12/2014 Entertainment Weekly


3.5 stars out of 4 -- "What the sea was to FINDING NEMO, the sky is to HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2, a boundary-free backdrop of natural beauty that allows the audience to experience first-hand the wonders down below or up above in an immersive way..." - 06/13/2014 RogerEbert.com


4 stars out of 4 -- "Not only does this second movie match the charm, wit, animation skill and intelligent storytelling of the original...it even exceeds it." - 06/11/2014 Chicago Sun-Times


"Its thundering air-war sequences, with hordes of dragon-riding fighters swarming into battle, have the swooping, gliding kineticism of vintage newsreels of World War II dogfights." - 06/12/2014 New York Times


4 stars out of 5 -- "With the aid of DreamWorks’ increasingly nuanced art, design and cinematography departments, the world-building on offer is the studio’s most accomplished yet..." - 06/12/2014 Total Film


4 stars out of 5 -- "The result is a film not afraid to surprise and even challenge." - 07/11/2014 Empire


"The effects offer further proof that CGI is capable of the highest level of hyperreality even amid pure fancy…" - 08/01/2015 Sight and Sound

 
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