Reviewed by Perry Seibert Rating: How to Train Your Dragon became an unexpected smash inin large part because it had such a unique look.
Although it still keeps the central focus on the relationship between Hiccup Jay Baruchel and Toothless, the pacing is erratic as the story tries to hop between plotlines, themes, and scattered characters.
The movie is still sprinkled with charm, humor, and warmth, but it never holds together as tightly as the original. Set five years after the first movie, Berk has warmly embraced dragons and now has them as part of everyday life ranging from blacksmithing to racing.
Hiccup wants to discover new lands and new dragons even though his father, Stoick Gerard Butlerwants his son to stay put and become the new chief. While I still like the characters from the first film, their new relationships are underdeveloped, especially when you have an absolutely boring antagonist like Drago.
Additionally, although some characters have grown in interesting ways like Snotlout and Fishlegs pining over a disinterested Ruffnut, Hiccup has lost some of his edge.
I could watch Hiccup and Toothless playing for two hours, and their relationship is the heart of the story. His story is further dwarfed by trying to squeeze in everyone else and yet never getting enough of their story.
The angry, suspicious, but ultimately accepting girl has grown up, but those qualities have been replaced by almost nothing. At least Snotlout and Fishlegs get to have corny affection for the annoyed Ruffnut, and while some of the most beautiful moments in the movie come from finding Valka, the reason for why she abandoned Hiccup is silly.
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It has a vivid palette and the main cast remains memorable. Granted, DWA films set a very low bar, but How to Train Your Dragon 2 soars high above it through its verve and the sense that the people making it actually care about their work rather than cranking out more product for the studio.“How to Train Your Dragon 2” is brimming with action while remaining mercifully straightforward.
The undoing of many a sequel lies in its insistence on introducing multiple enemies to up the ante.
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