It starts with the kick-start and a handlingsmättad battle. Draktränaren Hicke with its companion the stylish black Nattfasan, the dragon called Tandlöse, leading some of their peaceful vikings into battle. Oh well, they remind most about the English people on the trip, but all with him was his imaginatively varied dragon. The goal is a skeppsdrös nasty drakrövare.
The pustas, puffas, are flown and whirled without a break or ro to a the beginning of this third filmdel (”How to train your dragon: the hidden world”) if Hickes dizzying journey from childhood to vuxenhet based on Cressida Fuller's books. His belief remains intact even when, as here, is put to the test: all the dragons deserve to live in complete freedom, without the threat from the people.
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to keep up with from the beginning of the story was all relatively restrained 3D effects, in particular on the Hicke and his bussiga the vikings have not previously belong to bekantingarna.
easy to like, as well as all the other personalities with different characteristics, which followed on the trip. It applies to both people and dragons. My spare eyewitnesses laughed up to the drakbebis that came with all the strife, laughing in the mother's kängurupung.
A peculiar and successful flygfä among today's animated films, where it elevates itself beyond the datorspelens mechanics and leksaksaffärernas modellhyllor.
This dare the director Dean DeBlois on the recaps especially the first part, where Hicke as a child takes the part of his father's wisdom and the story about the dragons ' own is hidden and the dreamed-of land. There is, above all, the fit and factual Astrid, who will be happy gnabbas with Hicke, when he loses courage and momentum.
The real villain is the great evil and psychologically manipulative Grimmel, the enemy of all the dragons, in particular, to nattfasor. Not only the forces he the peacemakers away from his idyllic overloaded krokan to the island with sagohöjd as karamellfärgat ideas but turns like a dragon doctor Mengele by means of injections their dragons to the deadly green slajmspottande machines.
, ”Draktränaren 2” four years later. Sagotrilogier is always a gamble, but here you can sit back in the knowledge that part three really is a last part. In a delightful imaginatively staged friarscen in the middle of this last part has the black dragon Tandlöse become up-over-heels in love with a white fire-breathing Dagfasa. A hunt over stock and stone resulting in a wooing dance, like a cat, dog or tjädertupp with Hicke yourself that hidden inspiration.
finally, an association between the two dragons – and, of course, between Hicke and Astrid.Hicke flying with his drakarmé in the ”Draktränaren 2”. Photo: UIP
You can have comments on a something for blingblingande and pastel drakvärldsfantasi, in an admittedly effective but, however, outbid at the flying dragons and in an unstinted tribute to the idealfamiljen if mom, dad, a son and a daughter.
But finally becomes convinced that ”Draktränaren 3” is a peculiar and successful flygfä among today's animated films, where it elevates itself beyond the datorspelens mechanics and leksaksaffärernas modellhyllor.
See more: Three other movies with dragons: ”the Brothers Lionheart” (1977), ”Eragon” (2006), ”the Hobbit: Smaugs desolation” (2013).
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