In this scene, Hiccup teaches Eret that dragons (like Toothless) and humans can be friends after all. But really, this is just to remind you that the DVD is releasing soon and your kids are very much going to want it. Heck, I want it so I can see the movie again. Be sure to […]
How to Train Your Dragon 2 is heartrending, heartwarming, and even more exciting than its predecessor is. In a theatre full of excited children there were cheers, and tears and not one perceptible ounce of disappointment. I’m not really sure if you can measure the disappointment of children in ounces, I’m not really sure why […]
The movie every adult and kid has been waiting for! Time to find yourself a Grunkle or Thunderdrum and hitch a ride for How to Train Your Dragon 2! WHEN: Tuesday, June 10th @ 7pm WHERE: Salt Lake City, Utah HOW TO GET IN: Click this LINKY LINKS and enter yourself to download the passes! […]
IT’S FINALLY HERE! Hiccup and crew are back for How To Train Your Dragon 2! WHEN: Saturday, June 7th @ 11am WHERE: Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon HOW TO GET IN: Click on the GOFOBO link under your city and enter our special code! Make sure you arrive EARLY the theater is overbooked to ensure […]
Not being one to mince words when it comes to posts that are heavily video based, enjoy the first five minutes of the hotly anticipated sequel (at least here at WPR, our kids are going nuts for this) thanks to DreamWorks Animation. The movie opens on June 13 and continues the story of Hiccup and […]
OK, I’m not sure who is more excited for How to Train Your Dragon 2. My Kids or Me. Granted, they’ve had more time watching all the episodes of the TV Show and the spin off short movies, and the original. But, DAMN IT. I love this franchise just as much as they do. Hiccup […]
I don’t know if I’m more excited for How to Train Your Dragon 2 or my 6 year old son is. But, I’m loving these sneak peak images.
I wrote about it some time ago about how this movie became a daddy/daughter moment, and it really was one of the best animated movies that I had seen since Wall-E. If Dreamworks Animation can keep up the quality with the sequel, I’m game.