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How To Train Your Dragon

nOmArch

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almost as good as a Pixar Movie and thats about the highest praise i can give for any animated feature.
 

nOmArch

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no, cinema was sold out for the 3D showing. but 2D was still damn good :)
 

Kevinicus

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nOmArch said:
almost as good as a Pixar Movie and thats about the highest praise i can give for any animated feature.


Better than most Pixar movies actually (admittedly it's not such a great feat lately).
 

nOmArch

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i dunno, i thought Up, Wall-E and Ratatouille were absolutely fantastic.
 

ThrowgnCpr

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I agree with nOm, and think that Pixar is only getting better. I admittedly am not a huge fan of these movies, but both WALL-E and Up had incredibly moving parts, and I was stunned that Disney had anything to do with it. I saw the trailer for How to Train Your Dragon, and I am not jumping to see it, but I'll eventually check it out.
 

Kevinicus

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nOmArch said:
i dunno, i thought Up, Wall-E and Ratatouille were absolutely fantastic.

I thought Up had about 20 minutes (15 or so to start and another 5 towards the end) that were absolutely perfect, the rest pretty much sucked though.

Wall-E is similar, starting out very well before declining sharply, better than Up though.

Ratatouille, just was never very interesting or fun. Not bad, but not good either.

All are better than Cars & Nemo though.

HTTYD is fun from start to finish, and just a far more enjoyable experience.
 
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