Latest Tweets!
Box Office

Entries in How to Train Your Dragon (3)


JVC's movie picks for the weekend (4/30-5/02)

So, it's the weekend again. You've told yourself that this is going to be the weekend you finally get out to the theater; you're going to see a movie on the big screen. But what should you see? Well, my friend, let me help you out. Below I'll give you my picks of the week. Unfortunately, none of them are new!

Click to read more ...



 People always think sequels will work. They never do. I mean, these people somehow delude themselves into thinking they might, but...but it might work for Dreamworks. I mean, How to Train Your Dragon is fantastic. My problem: when Dreamworks does actually make a great movie (Ice Age, Shrek), the sequels never live up to the original. Shrek is on his fourth venture, and if you could plot the quality trend of the series, it would look something like this: \__.  

The press release from Dreamworks scares me.

Click to read more ...


HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 3D is DreamWorks' best animated movie since SHREK


I didn't expect much after seeing its trailer, but How to Train Your Dragon is not your typical Dreamworks animated movie. For the first time in a long time, the studio has stepped up its game and produced something memorable. Dragon is a DreamWorks movie on par with Pixar. Though it's based loosely on a book from Cressida Cowell, it is also one of the best video game movies I've seen, blending elements from some of the warmer Legend of Zelda games and the visceral feel of Panzer Dragoon. Children, parents, gamers, adults, and even cynics will find something to enjoy. 

Click to read more ...