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Still shot from the movie: How To Train Your Dragon.

How To Train Your Dragon

Hiccup (voice of Jay Baruchel) is already a bit of a disappointment in his Viking community, but the teen is in danger of being cast out when he turns from the tribe's tradition of dragon slaying, and instead tries to tame one of the mythical creatures. Get the movie review and more. »


Overall: A-
Violence: B-
Sexual Content: A-
Language: B+
Drugs/Alcohol: B+
Run Time: 98
Theater Release: 26 Mar 2010
Video Release: 15 Oct 2010
MPAA Rating: PG
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momof3 says: Apr. 07, 2010

The content details listed are accurate so the fight scenes could be a bit scary for really young ones.  The comment and play-on-words about breast armor probably won’t be understood and seemed harmless.  Not mentioned was the sympathy and compassion the boy felt after finding an injured dragon.  Despite the prejudices and stereotypes he grew up with, the boy learned more about dragons and came to understand and appreciate them more.  My girls and I (ages 7, 9, 14, and 40ish) really liked this movie.  It was fun, fast-paced, funny, and… entertaining.  I also liked the tough, determined girl characters!  Worth watching.

Amy222 says: Nov. 11, 2010

Could someone please tell me what is meant by mild language? Does that mean curse words or words like stupid and idiot?

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