How To Train Your Dragon

How To Train Your Dragon
How To Train Your Dragon

Year

2010

Duration

93 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family, Period and Historical

Language

English

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Synopsis

In the world Hiccup grows up in, things are fairly simple. Vikings fear and hate dragons and so they have to learn how to fight them. Hiccup is a little different, though, and he befriends a young dragon instead, which has the big advantage of meaning they can go flying together. Of course, there are plenty of other Vikings who think this is complete madness. This computer animated adventure is sweet and funny - and has a couple of thrilling battle scenes for action fans.

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