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What we learned about dragons the first time around: They can be trained. What we learn about dragons the second time around: They're still subservient to the caprices of their bloated, slow-moving alpha. If How to Train Your Dragon saw DreamWorks's up-to-then mostly flailing animation branch demonstrating a surprisingly thorough understanding of the trainings of Pixar, its sequel can't seem to shake off the expectations stemming from the 2010 original's behemoth box-office success. And even though the boy-pet bonding between gawky Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) and his stealth but goofy sidekick Toothless (Randy Thom) remains as earnest as you please, the simple alchemy of their unlikely union ends up lost amid the needlessly complicated agendas fuelling what is now a fledgling franchise.

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Now approaching adulthood even though his voice still hasn't changed, Hiccup justifies his latent wanderlust by saddling up on Toothless and exploring the far corners of what his Viking brethren can justifiably claim as their territory. While mapping his latest find with his tomboy love interest, Astrid (America Ferrera), in tow, Hiccup happens upon a trawler of dragon trappers and realizes his little island utopia, the Isle of Berk, may not be the only community where dragons and humans coexist.(Watch How to Train Your Dragon 2 Online) What's even more frightening is the implication that the other humans who've allegedly also tamed the winged beasts aren't intending to simply keep them as razor-toothed, fire-breathing cuddlemuffins-cum-personal transportation devices.Hiccup is a willowy pacifist boy-child who has nonetheless earned some measure of respect among a virile race whose leathery necks tent out from beneath their pinheads to a circumference of approximately seven feet. But when his warrior father, Stoick (Gerard Butler), learns that the dragon trappers are working under the orders of the shadowy Drago Bludvist (Djimon Hounsou), no amount of strident choruses of "Give Peace a Chance" from Hiccup's corner will stop Stoick from prepping battle stations.

Amid the chest-puffing prelude to war, Hiccup wonders what might have been had he ever gotten to know his mother, who Stoick says was killed by dragons when the boy was an infant. The ensuing quest announces How to Train Your Dragon 2 as a proposal for maternal social structures. (This from a franchise based on a series of books whose female characters bear names like Old Wrinkly and Big-Boobied Bertha.) The original cartoon's unstinting argument on behalf of grace was among its most compelling features, and you can't really blame writer-director Dean DeBlois for trying to expand on the theme.(Watch How to Train Your Dragon 2 Online) But the shift in focus comes at the expense of what made the first movie so exceptional.A disappointing disconnect manifests itself time and again. Early on in the movie, Hiccup and Astrid make cute passes at each other while Toothless and Stormfly, Astrid's dragon, romp around in the background like a pair of not especially bright Dalmatians, fighting over uprooted trees as though they were sticks. At first it seems a clever way to allow Toothless to upstage the otherwise tedious expositional orders of business. But then increasingly throughout the movie Toothless gets shuffled to the sidelines to handle intermittent gag patrol, leaving Hiccup without a proper foil and turning him into a wet blanket.

In a sense, one could tolerantly say the movie's heart is in the right place. In a more accurate sense, one could point out the movie's heart is just goddamned everywhere, and as such is also in a few of the wrong places. Like Toothless himself trying to fight off the hypnotic beck and call of the movie's malevolent alpha leviathan, How to Train Your Dragon 2 has the core of a genuine crowd-pleaser, but unfortunately something bigger and more all-consuming keeps getting into its head.(Watch How to Train Your Dragon 2 Online) If you ever have days when you prefer animals to human beings, How to Train Your Dragon 2 is your kind of movie. In some ways, the second entry in this animated franchise is inferior to the first, released in 2010: The plot is needlessly busy, and much of the action is more manic and indistinct. But How to Train Your Dragon 2 cuts deeper than the first picture — it will be particularly resonant for anyone who has ever worked with or adopted rescue animals — and there are a few sequences of cartoon grandeur. Best of all, Dragon 2 marks the return of one of the most beautifully designed characters in modern animation, perhaps in all of animation, period: Toothless the dragon is back with a silent roar.

Presumably, if you've trained your dragon right the first time, it shouldn't have to be an ongoing thing. But all dragons, it turns out, can learn new tricks. At the end of the first film, young Hiccup (voiced by Jay Baruchel) and his good-guy dragon steed, Toothless, vanquished the mighty bad-guy dragon that was threatening the ancient Viking village of Berk. Hiccup lost a leg in the process, but as we see at the beginning of Dragon 2, he's more fearless than ever. And Toothless himself has a prosthetic tail fin,(Watch How to Train Your Dragon 2 Online) the original having been torn off when he was but a pup.Dragons are no longer a threat to Berk; now that humans understand them better, they've become trusty companions. Even so, danger looms for humans and dragons alike in the form of Drago (Djimon Hounsou), a dreadlock-wearing villain who seeks world domination by luring every dragon into his control. (The movie strikes an unnecessarily sour note by pitting a villain of color against an otherwise all-white Viking population. What's the deal?) Amid this threat, another new character emerges, the mysterious Dragon Rider, a masked marauder who captures Hiccup and Toothless and whisks them off to Dragon Island, which is home to a magisterial ice cave and hundreds of wild dragons of all colors, sizes, and shapes.

There are polka-dotted magenta ones winging through the air, and some whose skin resembles chartreuse velvet with red stripes. The babies — fat, willful little things with awkward, bumblebee moves — are particularly adorable.Dragon 2 brings back most of the characters from the first go-round, including Hiccup's father, Viking chief Stoick the Vast (Gerard Butler),(Watch How to Train Your Dragon 2 Online) Stoick's right-hand galoot, Gobber (Craig Ferguson), and Astrid, Hiccup's feisty girlfriend (America Ferrera). You'll hear Cate Blanchett's voice in there, too, though revealing which character she plays would give away too many surprises. Director Dean DeBlois keeps the story moving efficiently enough, and despite the fact that the film has too many structural arms and legs wiggle-wagging in all the wrong places, there are some finely tuned dramatic moments, including a tragic twist that might be too intense for really little kids. (Heck, it was almost too intense for me.) As in the first movie, the numerous flying scenes, in which cartoon humans perch on the backs of their airborne companions, are perfectly enjoyable, especially in 3D. And the Dragon Island sequences, with their crazy-quilt assortment of creatures, many of them injured misfits, also give us lots to look at.

But back to Toothless: Hello, old friend! Hiccup is appealing enough as youthful heroes go, but he's really just another saucer-eyed cartoon character with a bulbous nose. It's Toothless who matter. Both comely and graceful in the air, he's even better on the ground, a sleek creature with a flat, heart-shaped panther's face and dazzling green eyes the size and shape of footballs. His scaly black skin is as discreetly lustrous as a '60s Italian sofa. His features show elation, confusion, and anxiety in a way that's partly human but perhaps more animal: When Hiccup admonishes him for some minor infraction,(Watch How to Train Your Dragon 2 Online) his ears flatten, like those of a house cat with hurt feelings. As the supposedly more important human characters march around talking about dumb human stuff, Toothless is often seen gamboling in the background, tugging on a stick with a dragon playmate or getting his tongue stuck on the icicle he's decided to lick. Toothless doesn't talk, none of the dragons do, which is one of the greatest blessings this franchise could bestow on us — no jibber-jabbering, no stuttering, no phony accents. Toothless speaks with his eyes, wide-open and playful or narrowed in watchfulness, and with his tail, a grand swish of a thing. He's the exuberant cartoon embodiment of a noble idea: Beastliness is next to godliness.

How to Train Your Dragon 2 follows the common rule of sequels by making everything bigger, even though that isn't always enough to justify the series. In fact, it usually leads the franchise into a disaster, and thankfully this film is one of the rare which lives up to its promise. While it already provides the most breathtaking action and impressive visuals, it also able to expand the universe and give huge room for nice warmth beneath the bombast. Once again, the studio has put aside their recent style of broader gags and bullet speed pacing and settle down for a real storytelling that reminds us why animated movies are so appealing anyway.(Watch How to Train Your Dragon 2 Online) How to Train Your Dragon 2 has given all what you've wished for as a great sequel.The plot sure does heightened into an epic installment, it could have been an easy throw away of cool effects, battle sequences, and humor, but the movie is smart to keep on following its own roots by settling more on the characterization of their world and Hiccup's life with his dragon and the tribe. To keep it from being a wheel spinning visual showcase, the story embeds itself with full of inspired emotions, example is when it explores the icy dragon cave.

It wasn't only an exposition, it is mainly a developing relationship between Hiccup and his long-lost mother. The quieter moments of letting the once disconnected family reunite again captures the same heart of the boy and dragon friendship of the first movie, which certainly made it pretty endearing.The film also spends its time exploring more places around and beyond the Isle of Berk. It's quite interesting to let the years pass by and make the young vikings grow mature, and how it depicts their maturity is pretty clever, like the hormonal attraction of Snotlout and Fishlegs to Ruffnut,(Watch How to Train Your Dragon 2 Online) in spite of fact their comic relief get a a bit way out of hand. The dragon species were also given enough intriguing details, essentially for the plot, which sort of recalls the book series of Cressida Cowell. This is a rich universe that makes the whole journey even bigger.The voice acting is predictably great. Jay Baruchel still brings the same earnestness to Hiccup even when the character's new appearance has outgrown his voice. Gerard Butler remains to be perfect as Stoick The Vast, he lends more gravity to the character in this one. Cate Blanchett joins in and she appropriately gives a great amount of warmth to the role. The other cast did well enough at keeping things much alive.

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For the filmmaking, the direction handles a better pacing compared to the other quicker cuts of the last few animated films. It's an easier way to watch by concentrating each scene of getting know of the characters, either with or without any dialogue. The flying scenes have always been a tremendous ride with scale and fortitude. John Powell's score helps making it feel much powerful, and it gets even better with a Jónsi song in it.Apart from Disney, these are the only animated films of Hollywood today that have a wider ambition other than selling off kids with cool visuals and absurdist humor.(Watch How to Train Your Dragon 2 Online in High Quality) There is an actual story to be found here, even without following its source material. The typical elements of Dreamworks are still there, but is hardly noticed. It's nearly like the first film, except of course it's larger. It does justice to today's family fare, somewhat forgetting the current mediocrity and rather fills it with inspiration from the past. One thing that is missing in most of the genre's attempt of transcending their films is the sincerity to its heart. Every affection in How To Train Your Dragon 2 never felt forced and right there it soars way up high. And if we have learned something about training dragons from the past, then it is the same thing about sequels: You don't just yell at it.

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