wataru wrote:It has dragons (fire breathing reptiles) and is geared towards 5-18 year olds. Youre on a Godzilla (fire breathing reptile) message board where the majority of people here are 9-18.
Do the math.
He can do the math but it still won't add up because I am 30.
To answer Legion's question, I know the basic plot of HTTYD was cliche, but it was done in a way that I felt was done much better than most other films that offer the same storyline. The beautiful music fit perfectly with every scene on the screen and the way they formed the relationship around Hiccup and Toothless was very touching. What boy at his age hasn't dreamed of living out that fantasy? In HTTYD I came to love the dragon and Hiccup and cared very much whether or not they would get killed. Hiccup wasn't defiant for his own selfish reasons; he genuinely was against killing creatures he felt there was more to than what he had been taught. In 'Brave', I didn't care about the mom or the daughter because they were both extremely selfish and deserved what happened to them. I also felt like the relationship between the mom (after transformation) and daughter was very fake. If my daughter had done that to me, I'm pretty sure I would have held a grudge against her until she fixed it and I was back in human form. The part where the daughter was forcing her mom to catch fish made me angry. It was the daughter's fault in the first place that she even had to learn how to catch fish, yet she had the audacity to (basically) say "No, you learn how to do it yourself". The daughter owed her mom big time. The bear should have attacked her.