This Rotten Week: Predicting 22 Jump Street And How To Train Your Dragon 2 Reviews
Rotten Watch Prediction
1. Grill ignitor not working. Iím forced to use a match like a common person. Dragon eliminates this frustration.
2. Mrs. Rotten Week and I clean out garage. Bunch of garbage needs to get thrown away. Dragon incinerates it all, saving me the trip to the curb.
3. Lawn needs cutting. I have dragon "accidentally" scorch the earth. This is both a short term and long term fix.
3. Neighbor parks his work van in front on my house and leaves it there all weekend. Dragon takes care of this by eating my neighbor. Keys remain, I move the van.
Thatís just me, but you can see what Hiccup and his pals do with their pets in the trailer for How to Train Your Dragon 2 below:
Having never seen How to Train Your Dragon (98%), itís hard for me to know if this one, from a fanís perspective, holds true to the first in the series. So Iíll let the critics do the talking for me. They are loving it. Through eight reviews, How To Tran Your Dragon 2 is sitting at a cool 100% on the Tomatometer. And these arenít your middle of the road positive scores with some "good, butÖ" comments. No, they are over the moon about this flick.
Director Dean DeBlois (Lilo & Stitch-86%) is back again after having directed the original. DreamWorks Animation has a solid resume, and while it hasnít had Pixar-level critical acclaim, the company still produce solid flicks. The How to Train Your Dragon films appear to be the studioís crown jewels as the highest ranking of their movies. This sequel looks to continue that run in what I can only assume is a how-to guide for all of us aspiring dragon owners with tips on safety, maintenance, no-noís and whatever else the studio deems necessary in onboarding us into the wonderful world of dragon ownership. Now, my stogie needs a light up. Where the hell is a big, scaly, winged, fire-breathing beast when you need one?
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