How to Train Your Dragon 2 (Bilingual) [Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy]
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I really enjoyed the first film and didn't expect a clone of it, but there was far too much gloom and doom for a family movie. I can't say I care what happens next.
The mother reunion thing was a bit awkward. I had Star Wars flash backs toward the end as Hiccup uses the force to control Toothless and go after the Alpha Death Star and Darth Vader.
While there is plenty of killing and violence, there is no gore, The film cuts away at critical moments, although you know what happened.
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How To Train Your Dragon 2 3D arrives on blu-ray with MPEG-4 MVC 1080p 2.35:1 encode. The transfer is simply outstanding with a high bit-rate of 36.6 MBPS. The depth is well defined. There are many pop-out materials from the very first sequence, where the marauding dragons seem to emerge from the screen directly at the audience. DeBlois and his rendering team regularly place stationary objects in the foreground to immediately establish planes of depth. This is a truly immersive 3D experience. (5/5)
How To Train Your Dragon 2 arrives on blu-ray with MPEG-4 AVC @ 23 MBPS 1080p 2.35:1 encode. Even at 2D, depth is extraordinary. Even with a relatively low bit-rate of 23 MBPS, detail is still exceptional in costumes and Viking’s hair, with the textures of various classes of dragons beautifully rendered. Contrasts are consistent and blacks are inky deep. (5/5)
How to Train Your Dragon 2 3D's lossless DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 is as aurally immersive as the film's 3D presentation is from a visual standpoint. The opening sequence sets a very high bar, with a whirlwind of surround activity as Hiccup and his friends battle during the Dragon Races. John Powell’s score is beautifully rendered. Dialogue is very cleanly presented. This is a totally immersive experience. (5/5)
This is the second of a trilogy, directed and written by Dean DeBlois. The entire original voice cast – Jay Baruchel (Hiccup), Gerald Butler (Stoick), Craig Ferguson (Gobber), America Ferrera (Astrud), – returned for the sequel. New additions included Kit Harington (Eret), Cate Blanchett (Valka, Hiccup’s long lost mother) and Djimon Hounsou (Drago Bludvist, the bad guy).Read more ›
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I found it was a good sequel if I compare to some others as a nice story , quite interesting , well from my point of viewPublished 5 months ago by Pierre Sénécal
The kids really loved this one. Sometimes a sequel is a bit poor, but this one is just as much fun for the kids as the original. Read morePublished 7 months ago by PeterCad