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Thursday, April 1, 2010

"How to Train Your Dragon" -Movie Review

What a great movie! Really I was surprised by the clever story, great characters, and funny dragon designs. The title made me wary of it; it sounded simplistic. But from the opening scene as the dragons capture the vikings' sheep and the character Hiccup narrated the whole mess, I was hooked!

I highly recommend this. Great film!


Nathan R. Petrie said...

I've been dying to see this! Going to shortly.

I'm going to see Clash of the Titans today. We'll see how that goes haha

Nathan R. Petrie said...

There once was a man named Nathan. This man was prophet like and his writing was quite excellent. His words transported their readers into new worlds, captivating their imaginations and leaving them thinking for hours after.

One day Nathan the Great was reading a notice put up by a dragon and his flaming pen. The dragon lived next door to the horrible singing dwarf that looked like John Travolta and dressed like a spider. They lived on a windy street in the land of Blovgabler. The last time Nathan the Great visited Blovgabler the dwarf spit on him, so he was careful to avoid such a creature today.

Upon arriving at the dragon's abode he wrote the thing a letter, but forgot to subscribe to any replies. So he came back the next day to subscribe to the comments.

And he was torched....

The end
[Yeah...i"m just subscribing to the comments lol]

Seth said...

I so want to see this movie. I want to see how they put a spin on the whole animated dragon kind of thing. Thanks for the review!


Scott Appleton said...

Nathan, Let me know how Clash of the Titans is.... It made me curious

Nathan R. Petrie said...

I'll post a review up on my review blog. What kinds of things were you curious about? I never saw the original.

Oh...and I didn't mean for you to publish that comment :P ROFL


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