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IN How To Train Your Dragon, DreamWorks Animation hit a home run, unleashing one of their finest films to date.With its smart script, strong themes, and a delivery that was never dumbed-down, writer/director Dean DeBlois delivered the studio their best-reviewed CG film to date - better even than Shrek and Kung Fu Panda. Following up such a success can be hard to do, but DeBlois' powers haven't diminished. In fact, he dares to go deeper, smarter and even darker, honing in on the elements that made the first film work while expanding the world it's set in. Once again focusing on our differently abled heroes, Hiccup and his dragon Toothless (both are missing body parts), the sequel picks up five years on from the original to find the Viking villagers of Berk living in perfect harmony with their dragons.

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Everything is idyllic, except Hiccup (Baruchel) is not enamoured with the idea of succeeding his father Stoick (Butler) as chief of Berk. Hiccup would rather be out exploring the world with Toothless and mapping new territories.But a chance encounter with dragon trappers leads Hiccup to the realisation not all the world is at peace with dragons, putting him in further conflict his father and leading him to the film's big bad, the scar-faced Drago Bloodfist (Hounsou).(Watch How to Train Your Dragon 2 Online) DeBlois has been touting this film in interviews as the Empire Strikes Back of his planned trilogy and for once it's not hyperbole or over-ambition - this is indeed the darker film, complete with the bittersweet end-note (Hiccup also brandishes something not unlike a lightsaber and we are introduced to a "light side" and "dark side" of dragoneering).While its bloodless violence and dragon-on-dragon warfare still keeps things to a family-friendly level, the sequel is not afraid to push things with some moments - the emotional peak at the end of the second act is genuinely surprising and affecting.

On top of that Bloodfist is probably the most terrifying CG film villain seen for a while (and sure to be the impetus for some questioning along the lines of "why is the movie's lone black character the bad guy?"). The sequel is far from perfect but, as with its predecessor,(Watch How to Train Your Dragon 2 Online) the flaws get overwhelmed by the heart and the smarts. DeBlois is not afraid to spend time building up certain characters and their relationships, but the editing is good enough to pick things up again when it feels like the quiet moments have dragged on too long.There are some good laughs along the way, but this is an intriguingly serious affair (aside from the odd flying sheep) that should prove rewarding and engaging for all ages.

The day humans rose to the top of the food chain was most likely the same day we invented monsters. And for a time they filled that unexpected void, giving us reasons to exercise the emotion of genuine fear. But as our civilization grew and our ability to destroy ourselves expanded, it seems as though we began to look at these beasts, leviathans, demons and ghouls as something not unlike us. They were now sad things to be sympathized with, creatures who were themselves worthy of love.(Watch How to Train Your Dragon 2 Online) And once we became our monsters, our monsters – rather unexpectedly – now needed monsters of their own. And it would certainly seem to speak volumes about our collective ego that when the time came to imagine the very thing that makes our own nightmares cower in fear, we thought of nothing but ourselves.

The How to Train Your Dragon movies seem to have a canny understanding of mankind’s relationship with its monsters. Its ongoing tale of humans who fear these flapping terrors, then befriend them, and occasionally act like monsters themselves dramatizes a satisfyingly broad gamut of fantasy lore. Always, of course, we are at the center. For although How to Train Your Dragon and How to Train Your Dragon 2 preach respect for nature and present compelling a case for peaceful coexistence with these giant flying lizards,(Watch How to Train Your Dragon 2 Online) the dragons themselves are always “ours.” The dragons in these movies cannot speak, nor do they act for themselves unless driven to by their emotional connection, for better or worse, with a "real" human. And as the Homo Sapien heroes wax rhapsodic in the foreground about finding their own special place in the world, these scaly behemoths prance behind them in the background, no more than playful housecats with the power – almost incidentally – to destroy us all.

That perverse Pokemon fantasy, to take singular ownership of something unique and beautiful and dangerous, was averted in the first How to Train Your Dragon when it established a meaningful bond between its protagonist, Hiccup (voiced by Jay Baruchel) and the dragon called Toothless. Their union seems symbiotic and parallel; as How to Train Your Dragon 2 points out,(Watch How to Train Your Dragon 2 Online) Hiccup destroyed the dragon’s tail fin only to lose his own leg by the end of the first film. But writer/director Dean DeBlois – going solo this time (his former co-director Chris Sanders absconded to direct The Croods) – chooses to illustrate in this sequel just how very wrong the relationship between man and monster can become: Hiccup’s villain this time is a dragon trainer whose army of firebreathing beasts responds only to his abusiveness, and only because he has declared himself their alpha male. No symbiosis, no friendship, only power and power’s miserable byproduct: subjugation.

Like the best fantasy stories – and it seems these movies are indeed likely to go down, by modern standards at least, as some of the best – DeBlois’ film paints a proper saga of conflicting ideologies against a handsome backdrop, and populates the tale with distinctive characters, unexpected revelations, genuine humor, exciting action and emotionally affecting consequence. Like the best stories for children, How to Train Your Dragon 2 has the ability to captivate as it inspires virtuousness,(Watch How to Train Your Dragon 2 Online) and also provides formative dramatic traumas that will likely be appreciated years later as a shared cultural touchstone: as your parents wept for Bambi’s mother, as you sobbed for Atreyu's loyal steed Artax, so too shall your children need consolation after these credits roll. And they will be all the better for it. We need something to fear, we need something to fantasize about, and we do need something to weep for; the best of movies offer audiences the rare opportunity to fulfill these emotional needs together, in the dark, where we are all as one.

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As the inspiring scale and painterly images of How to Train Your Dragon 2 unfold, as the story reveals its simple yet thoughtful plans, as the conflicts are resolved with imagination and exhilaration and a surprising empathy, you may experience that rare sense of wonder that comes from losing yourself in a proper, well told story. A tale that captures the imagination from all angles,(Watch How to Train Your Dragon 2 Online in DVD, HD) navigating the thin but brightly colored lines between drama and comedy, fantasy and real, wholesome and morally complex. How to Train Your Dragon 2 is inspired fantasy, a glorious entertainment, and the sort of film that has something to offer everyone, individually and as a whole. These are, after all, our dragons, and they have a lot to say about us.

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