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June 3 yıl önce
What I really like is the difference between hiccup and his mother. His mother said she "couldn't" kill a dragon, in the first movie hiccup said he "wouldn't". Hiccup's answer implies that, if he wanted to kill a dragon, he could. Valka's answer implies she can't physically do it. That is what makes hiccup a great leader. He can do bad things but chooses not to.
P-man_XD Yıl önce
Hiccup (as Astrid points out) said both "couldn't" and "wouldn't". He was just dodging the question "why didn't you?" I'm so sorry it's an interesting concept. It's just that I've memorized the entirety of most of the movies I've seen. - P-man_XD
Engineered to fail
Well, to be fair you can't totally compare their situations, while Hiccup had Toothless at his mercy and just wouldn't go on to kill him, Valka on the other hand just saw a dragon casually walking at her baby, in a true mother's instinct fashion she didn't stopped to ask herself if that dragon would leave baby Hiccup unharmed, she couldn't take the risk so she had to protect her baby (meaning she had to get rid of the threat one way or another), she wasn't in control of the outcome at all unlike Hiccup
Ghidorah 7 aylar önce
@P-man_XD IIRC Hiccup specifically says that he couldn't kill toothless, but that he wouldn't kill a dragon.
Justin Cummings
Justin Cummings 3 aylar önce
He has.
GeneralErica 2 aylar önce
I feel like there was a wise dragon atop a large mountain who said something to that effect... Hm, mustve been the wind.
Emily Carroll
Emily Carroll 3 yıl önce
Missed win: Gobber's voice breaking when he says "a friend" during Stoic's funeral send-off. Gets me every time. also, viking tears
YukonYeti 2 yıl önce
Yeah it is
Sessa107 2 yıl önce
Dammit now I'm crying because I could physically HEAR Gobber say that
Jhonen Amrhein
Jhonen Amrhein 2 yıl önce
@Sessa107 He DID say it. In the movie.
Alma Yahalom
Alma Yahalom 2 yıl önce
Also hiccup putting the sheep at the end in astrid's basket. i thought it was a nice little touch.
CrystalOtaku93 2 yıl önce
Accurate Viking funeral too
Christian B
Christian B 3 yıl önce
“Flying that makes you internally weep that you’re not hiccup” Me: *YES*
Entering Dullsville
Entering Dullsville 2 yıl önce
Blue_Kobolt 2 yıl önce
All the more reason to learn to lucid dream
DrgnLdyLizzie2001 2 yıl önce
Internally? Outwardly and not ashamed.
niké 2 yıl önce
most likely my favorite line in his script xd
Morgan Pospeshil
Morgan Pospeshil 2 yıl önce
Lol who said anything about internally?
AquaStrategist 2 yıl önce
Honestly, Toothless playing tug-of-war with Stormfly with a tree while Hiccup and Astrid talk about sensitive subjects about Hiccup's mom should've been a win.
Abigail Graham
Abigail Graham 3 yıl önce
He missed a few- 1.the fact that Stoic said when fighting Dragon, "It takes more than a little fire to kill me!" Well...-Irony 2.When Toothless and Hiccup were trying to escape running into the second Bewilderbeast's tail, with Hiccup saying, "It's now or never!", It was a reference to the first movie, when they failed to escape the Red Death's tail, resulting in a lost limb. 3. When Drago talks to Hiccup about his life, saying, "My village burned, my family taken." (And he lost a limb). Their 2 lives are almost identical, but Hiccup decides to take a different path a the moment of seeing Toothless for the first time.-just a cool contrast. Love your video's! Keep up the great review work!!
Zenturion13 3 yıl önce
1.Toothless'es plasma blast IS a lot more powerful than regular dragon fire. 2. Did you mean when Hiccup said "Not again!" 3. Totally agree on that one
Roboute Guilliman
Roboute Guilliman 2 yıl önce
A lot of heroes have that relationship (spider man and Harry, Harry Potter and Voldemort) and it makes it all so much more interesting and wonderful
Alex Hh
Alex Hh 2 yıl önce
2 is acc about a move they have tried to get but havent
Swifto 2 yıl önce
Hiccup didn't lose all of his family compared to Drago who did. The only person he "lost" leading up to that point was Valka. I think Drago's an example of what can happen if the worse got brought out from dragons.
Honeyplum Yıl önce
Oh, awesome addition. This will help in my hyperfixation info bombing :D
Thijmen 3 yıl önce
Httyd 1: action Httyd 3: emotions Httyd 2: action AND emotions
pogpogpog 3 yıl önce
and that's why httyd 2 is the superior httyd movie XD
Stålis 3 yıl önce
from what i can remember (what sticks out even though u havent seen the movie in a while) the 2nd one was always my favorite bcs u always just remember the giant bewilderbeasts
Titan 2 yıl önce
AND incredible luminescent lighting scenes
RTYangus 2 yıl önce
Indeed, lots and lots of emotions.
SpaceJesus 2 yıl önce
The third one was so bad in comparison to both of them
Icy Vulpine
Icy Vulpine 4 yıl önce
Surprised you didn’t mention the fight between Stoic and Drago cutting in and out with the fight of the two Alpha’s. It’s showing one fight, a battle between kings, in two ways: Viking and dragon. As soon as Stoic starts losing the fight, so too does the “good” Alpha.
Nukesandwich I read somewhere that Valka’s Bewilderbeast represents Stoick and Drago’s obviously represents Drago. But Valka’s Bewilderbeast is like Stoick in that he’s not only a huge hulking creature and king/chief, but it’s facial features are somewhat the same (those little spikes + Stoick’s beard). Both also rule with kindness and respect instead of fear/manipulation like Drago and his bewilderbeast, and both are allies to Valka to the point where they would do anything to protect her. During the Bewilderbeast battle, when Valka tries to stop the two fighting, her one seems listen - it’s this that ultimately leads to his death, because he stopped for a moment to listen. Stoick was willing to do anything to protect Valka, both before she disappeared and after they refound each other; when Drago’s Bewilderbeast goes after her, Stoick immediately jumps and runs to protect her. It’s only when Drago has his dragon turn on their son, Hiccup, that Stoick immediately rushes to save him too - just as he tried to stop Valka from being carried off. The symbolism in this series is so powerful.
Aarav Sahoo
Aarav Sahoo 2 yıl önce
the movie is made in an engine, it was pretty obvious when watching the series. All the islands were of the same seed, but they put a lot of props onto them, making it unique.
David Caldwell
David Caldwell 2 yıl önce
He can't play the whole movie so he had to edit it somewhere.
CrystalOtaku93 2 yıl önce
Don't remind me
John Yıl önce
I hawe some self comfident problem but i ges you now that
The Queen of Angst
The Queen of Angst 4 yıl önce
One thing I'm shocked you didn't talk about is Drago's Bewilderbeast. It's not just a villain, it's clearly been abused. When Stoick saves Hiccup it seems shocked about someone loving and showing affection and even seems regretful. Never notices until recently how interesting it is as a character
dragXXn 10 aylar önce
wow i'm going to go rewatch the film for this detail
Cryptid Claws
Cryptid Claws 7 aylar önce
If I remember right we actually see drago’s bewilderbeast at the end of rtte so it was only in his possession for like a year. I always feel like that kinda made drago scarier as a villain since if he could fully control one of the most daunting species within a year, that just emphasised his power
krudblud 5 aylar önce
Thats completly True there is a series That Plays in the Time between These 2 movies and it also explains why hiccups mom has the good Alpha
Jo 3 aylar önce
@Cryptid Claws The egg at the end is most likely either the egg of Dragos Bewilderbeast that then becomes Hiccups moms friend or it’s the egg of some other bewilderbeast that then became the White one we see in HTTYD 2. I thought its coloring was a tad bit too light to be Dragos but I might be mistaken since it was some time ago since I saw it.
SlideTime 4 yıl önce
9:51 , the scene where the old lady is getting hugged by like a hundred baby dragons is (atleast for me) the cutest thing in the entire film.
Neko Sparkclaw
Neko Sparkclaw 3 yıl önce
Not babies. Those are Terrible Terrors, in the adult stage.
Dakota Russell
Dakota Russell 3 yıl önce
And her name is gothe (its said in the tv shows
PhoboS 3 yıl önce
Those are terrible terrors and that’s gothi, not to be a smartass tho
PhoboS 3 yıl önce
Dakota Russell actually it’s gothi, I watch stuff with subtitles
FissilePear 2 yıl önce
It is cute but I’m kinda said she doesn’t have her gronkle in this movie. They did the whole A team from race to the edge dirty.
Lawrence _Nightingale
There's something CinemaWins forgot to mention that makes this movie (specially after Stoick's death) seem more heart wrenching: When the hand that is shown collecting arrows, it isn't Gobber since it had a right arm and leg, it's Snotlout. It may not seem that important until you remember his father's position next to Stoick as his Next-in-command, Snotlout assumes his father's position as his next to Hiccup when Stoick dies, showing full loyalty to him and making the funeral preparations for Stoick. It broke my heart when I heard it so I must share now :)
AA a
AA a 3 yıl önce
“I hate everything about this” *gives win*
billy 2 yıl önce
Me to
Darth Novii
Darth Novii Yıl önce
I think that's the point. We're supposed to hate it. It's a win because the scene did what it was supposed to.
Thighmangler Yıl önce
He hates it because it’s a gut punch dreamworks out there on purpose
Lyssa 9 aylar önce
I hate and love that scene.
Miasimon 3 yıl önce
"You're as beautiful as the day I lost you." I swear to god, there is always one line in each HTTYD that hits me hard in some way. This one always seems to sucker punch me in the gut with a boxing glove filled with chopped onions. Also, this movie is the biggest and possibly sole reason why I want a viking funeral.
carlosfer2201 2 yıl önce
What's the line in the other 2?
SpaceJesus 2 yıl önce
carlosfer2201 for me in the first one it’s all of Stoic’s speech when he thinks Hiccup is dead, mostly “I did this...” The third one had no emotion at all so I have none in it
Miasimon 2 yıl önce
@carlosfer2201 First movie: "Everything we know about you guys, is wrong." To me, that signaled the turning point for Hiccup. Before, it was mainly just Toothless. From that moment onward, he knew that *all* dragons were just misunderstood. Second movie: "You're as beautiful as the day I lost you." Just a beautiful quote from such a gruff, stubborn man of few words. Third movie: "There were dragons, when I was a boy." The quote that drove home that this was it. There would be no more HTTYD movies and the journey was over. Oh sure, you go in knowing that it's the final movie in the trilogy.. but that quote sets the word "final" in cold, hard stone.
Aezakmi 2 yıl önce
@Miasimon fuck, Hiccups speech at the end of 3 hurts
NEFF•ie 4 yıl önce
Stoic's funeral hit me so hard that I called my dad, sobbing.
Toilet water
Toilet water 2 yıl önce
Daylan Ethridge
Daylan Ethridge 2 yıl önce
And this movie launched Father's Day weekend
rawrnuts 2 yıl önce
Stoick is like my other dad ya know?
Max The Bear
Max The Bear 2 yıl önce
Yeah.. everytime I watched this with my family i instantly cuddled up to my dad.
Sharath Kumar
Sharath Kumar 2 yıl önce
I cried too
Bird Bird
Bird Bird 3 yıl önce
Hiccup's parents reuniting is genuinely one of my favourite scenes... Ever, from ANY film, animated and live action. It is just SO powerful! Valka's growing panic that is completely destroyed in a single sentence, the look of complete and utter disbelief and wonder on stoik's face, the MUSIC...Just everything about it incredible!
Elizabeth Pillsworth
“What game are you playing?” “Apparently fetch” That was pure gold from you my guy!
Boreas the Sapphire Ice Dragon
Yeah that is a accidental game of fetch.
sirnotcelot 2 yıl önce
I don’t understand how Hiccup’s speech during Stoick’s funeral about not being able to be his father, didnt get ALL the wins. Every time I watch that scene i have to resist tearing up. Love your videos man! Keep it up!
Sinful 3 yıl önce
Hiccup and Astrids romance has been around since the first one but they decided to confirm their relationship in the TV series (Dragons: Race to the Edge.) It definitely explained how all of a sudden they were dating, they definitely put effort in the HTTYD, respect to DreamWorks teams for the amount of effort they put in.
Andi Moz
Andi Moz Aylar önce
what do you mean all of a sudden? they very clearly were setting it up in the first movie and they kissed at the end. it was no surprise going into the sequel to see them still together and more bonded than ever
ًyan 3 yıl önce
you missed one win, when hiccup & toothless were going to deal with drago, the camera showed astrid and she shouted "Go get 'em babe!"
zzephyruus 4 yıl önce
Every time I hear Stoic say, "You're as beautiful as the day I lost you," always makes me tear up.
Toocoldforyouhere 3 yıl önce
SleepyDreaming, I cry when I hear the song. Cause I know what will happen next. The song is calle for the dancing and the dreaming
Noah Schmidt
Noah Schmidt 3 yıl önce
@Toocoldforyouhere the saddest thing is that the funeral for stoick is a slowed down version of for the dancing and the dreaming
J. B.
J. B. 2 yıl önce
and the revers card is painful too
Appleton Family
Appleton Family 2 yıl önce
Tear up? I start sobbing. Fyi, I am not a person who tears up easily
Tyrel shed
Tyrel shed 2 yıl önce
I cried when toothless turn evil and when hiccups farther died
xX_Kazenikura_Xx 3 yıl önce
'Even though I think Hiccup has learned that his faith in Drago changing was a little naive, he still offers him one more chance' He was the best man at the wedding of a guy who spent years trying to murder him. No wonder he thought he could change Drago's mind
Snow’s Corvids
Snow’s Corvids 3 yıl önce
John Powell’s score is the best of ever. Every movies score is astounding.
The Thinking Being
The Thinking Being 3 yıl önce
1:15 *CinemaWins, I could not have said it better myself 😭* 8:09 If you did not cry after this, you have no soul 9:28 If your popcorn was still in your hands in this point, then you are a robot
Rae Marean
Rae Marean 2 yıl önce
John Powell’s scores have always just made me have the best chills. Pairing it with the beautiful visuals just makes these movies some of my favorites
The Skilless Bot
The Skilless Bot Yıl önce
Yes! Everytime it comes I feel the chills travelling down from my head to my neck! I love it
HI ♥︎
HI ♥︎ Yıl önce
It's sad knowing that when hiccup, his dad and his mother being in the cave and dancing could have been the only happy memory hiccup may have had with his family
Preston Brower
Preston Brower 4 yıl önce
Can we talk about the most beautiful and healthy romance in all of animation. Hiccup and Astrid
EnderLovesBagels 4 yıl önce
Romuel the Knight Yes. Yes we can
Kittycatkyla23 4 yıl önce
What I love about Hiccup and Astrid's romance is it's not the main point of the story. It's a side note to add personality to both characters, but not the focal. Astrid's not a princess who needs savings or needs to prove herself and Hiccup isn't the prince who is stubbornly pursuing her out of love. They really have a wholesome love and the fact that it's not the main point of the show is one of the many win's of this series.
eleven 4 yıl önce
@Kittycatkyla23 totally agree. Even though my favorite animated couple (Rapunzel and Flynn) is the best, I do like how with Hiccup's and Astrid's is how it's the main plot of the story. Sure, it doesn't show as much of course as a Disney movie but for what it does show it's perfect
Jay Barry
Jay Barry 4 yıl önce
It’s in service to the story and characters, rather than vice versa.
Anonymous Fellow
Anonymous Fellow 4 yıl önce
Hiccstrid is how to write a romance done RIGHT: mutual respect, encouragement, and teasing. They’re opposite just enough to balance eachother out and enhance the other’s strengths/cover their weaknesses, but still share a similar core set of values (loyalty to friends/family, willingness to adapt) that binds them together. Plus, not being a main plotpoint and having your own life/getting along with the other’s lovedones for both partners will ALWAYS be a win And unlike the “gotta win them back!” gross trope most sequels do ‘cause “uh how do you wuv someone outside the chase...?” they’re just...solid. Their relationship grew, they’re completely comfortable with eachother and call eachother out on their crap. There’s no regression to rehashing a “chase” because what they built wasn’t dependent on sexual attraction and infatuation. Just...thank you OP for reminding me how much I adore this couple. Like, FINALLY a canonical couple to root for
Oriku !
Oriku ! 3 yıl önce
8:43 can we just take a moment to talk about how adorable toothless is when he smiles,,,,,
The Skilless Bot
The Skilless Bot Yıl önce
Yes! Toothless has so many cute scenes in the trilogy
renee Machuca
renee Machuca 3 aylar önce
Yeah I want to hug him
Donnie Kaplan
Donnie Kaplan Yıl önce
fun fact about Drago screaming/yelling to gain control over the dragons: Djimon Hounsou would do that scream to warm up his voice to make a bit more gravelly. someone overheard and loved it so much that they found a way to put it in the movie
Absolutely Studios
Absolutely Studios 4 yıl önce
This video should be 1 hour and 45 minutes long.
billy 2 yıl önce
Camolover 40
Camolover 40 2 yıl önce
One thing I really appreciate about 9:19 is that it’s a literal reference to the first movie and how much they’ve grown since then. With the first big dragon they defeated, it’s tail knocked Hiccup off of Toothless and ultimately caused him to loose his foot (leg?). Here, they successfully avoid the tail and win (and Toothless gains his alpha ability)
Jacob Lester
Jacob Lester 3 yıl önce
7:03 he makes a small mistake here. It was established in the Christmas special that meatlug is actually a girl.
Hydration Sauce
Hydration Sauce Yıl önce
And the series
Phslhs 4 yıl önce
On the aging thing, they actually aged Hiccup by 5 years, the same amount of time between release of both movies, so it actually makes sense because the kids watching the movie have also aged up the same amount
TheTurnipKing 4 yıl önce
And of course, they've been filling the intervening time with the TV version
sebi_the_snek 4 yıl önce
Yeah, I'm one of these kids... These movies really mean a lot to me.
Karl Baxter
Karl Baxter 4 yıl önce
@sebi_the_snek same
Hikarol 4 yıl önce
In the artbook, one of the artists says everyone on the art department was excited about aging up Astrid 🤣💖
Genevieve Holbrook
Genevieve Holbrook 3 yıl önce
I love how there's a parallel between the Green Death and Dago's Bewilderbeast, with them BOTH managing to escape being caught by anything
Jaume Genaro
Jaume Genaro 2 yıl önce
9:07 I always thought of it more as a throwback to the end of the first movie when they're trying to dodge the red deaths tail and fail, which leads hiccup to partly lose his leg.
Hehe No
Hehe No 2 yıl önce
"Or exhilarating flying action that makes you internally weep that you're not Hiccup?" That felt like a personal attack....
Dimitra Zotou
Dimitra Zotou 3 yıl önce
9:08 this "now or never" that hiccup said is actually about the first movie where he fights with the nest's alpha dragon (a.k.a. the red death) and Toothless and him fell on it's tail and hiccup lost his leg. So hiccup said now or never because they had to be saved and not let this happen again.
Eve Astle
Eve Astle 2 yıl önce
I wish you’d mentioned the reveal of Valka’s identity and how well done it is.
Pastel Hurricane
Pastel Hurricane 4 yıl önce
clown emoji
clown emoji 4 yıl önce
ZeE 4
ZeE 4 4 yıl önce
You just had to mention that.... and here.. come the waterworks
Calvin Rauter
Calvin Rauter 4 yıl önce
wyatt isenor
wyatt isenor 4 yıl önce
Lunar Waffles
Lunar Waffles 4 yıl önce
is it wrong that i "hear" 'Songs of Sorrow's comment in the voice of Torgue from Borderlands 2?
Spark That J
Spark That J Yıl önce
The soundtrack for these movies are so fire and beautiful. The story and plot is super good too. Characters are cool and likeable
Alex Noya
Alex Noya 3 yıl önce
When I first saw this movie I felt a genuine ache in my chest knowing I will never experience flight like the Hiccup's intro. I was 18 at the time and I have zero shame
Illusion 2 yıl önce
These movies are so freaking perfect. The attention to detail, the storyline, the emotion- I wish the movies didnt end. Also, they use a lot of things in this movie from the tv show and those details add so much
Emma Yıl önce
I appreciate how they didn't drag out the "best friends argue" trope when Hiccup is mad with grief and lashes out. they're such good friends that Toothless understands to give Hiccup space and Hiccup immediately regrets it and makes sure to prove himself again. a tired trope done well due to the deep understanding between them
Elwyn Levsen
Elwyn Levsen 2 yıl önce
Missed win: "For the Dancing and the Dreaming" is the same music as "Stoic's Ship." Stoic: "I thought I'd have to die before we danced that again." Valka: "No need for drastic measures." That just adds a whole new level of emotion. Also the scene where Stoic saves Hiccup, it used to bother me a little, but then I watched some behind the scenes and that's actually Dean Deblois favorite scene. No matter what frustrations Hiccup had with his father, they were nothing compared to Stoic's love for his son. "With love comes loss, son. Its part of the deal." Also, "There is no greater gift than love."
Bryce McKenzie
Bryce McKenzie 4 yıl önce
Let's talk about how many emotions this movie made us feel
Lodogg 3323
Lodogg 3323 4 yıl önce
All of them
Craig Robbins
Craig Robbins 4 yıl önce
it's up there with toy story 3
PBnJ Goodness
PBnJ Goodness 4 yıl önce
Oscar Cooke-Abbott
Oscar Cooke-Abbott 4 yıl önce
You're as beautiful as the day I lost you.
Mantis 4 yıl önce
Cate Lynch
Cate Lynch 3 aylar önce
Can we acknowledge that hiccups basket for the game is red and he puts the black sheep in a blue one…that’s Astrid’s basket he gave her the last sheep and it’s so subtle but it’s so adorable 🥺
Emerald Gamer
Emerald Gamer 2 aylar önce
This film was the first thing I ever saw in a cinema. It’s mad that it’s 9 years old now. Truly love the HTTYD films and tv shows.
Holly Dixon
Holly Dixon 2 yıl önce
8:38 even seeing a tiny bit of this scene makes me cry. Great fitting music and also getting dragon buddy back!
Joe 3 yıl önce
I gotta say, I can't not binge your videos. I never get tired of discussing movies and I love how you point out every little thing that makes movies great.
Becky N.
Becky N. 3 yıl önce
One of the things I love about this movie is that Eret shoots an arrow with the others, respecting a chief that was never his.
Joe mama
Joe mama 4 yıl önce
I saw The Hidden World twice and I cried both times. It's such a beautiful story and I've grown up with these characters and it's sad to let them go.
Rexy Burke
Rexy Burke 4 yıl önce
_Elaisla _ I saw it to and I cried after I saw it
Lilly 101
Lilly 101 4 yıl önce
_Elaisla _ same dude same
Nerdy Gal 613
Nerdy Gal 613 4 yıl önce
I cried too I’ve also grown up with this series it was my childhood but even if it’s over I know that it’ll always be with me . . . *sniffs* forever
Arvannis 4 yıl önce
100% agree
Sam Voss
Sam Voss 4 yıl önce
I was a crying mess in the theater. The ending just hits you
IneptPotato Yıl önce
During this entire video I got chills just watching it. How To Train Your Dragon and all of its other movies hold a special place in my heart and they were always this stunning. I think it's great that the movies look great throughout the years and the score can still rise feelings out of me as if it was the first time I ever watched it. Thanks for this movie
Rory Staden
Rory Staden Yıl önce
For me what I love about Hiccup is he's such a refreshing male protagonist. The story of nerdy boyfriend and butch girlfriend is as old as time, but the difference is Hiccup is actually WISE. Consistently, throughout the films he doesn't get Deus Ex Machina'd (except by Toothless but they're basically one unit so I don't feel that counts), he actually solves his problems with planning, tactics and his own skills. When he becomes the leader, it feels earned.
RageCreati0n 2 yıl önce
I know it may have been said, but I realized what Drago is doing when he screams and waves his staff around. It’s a threat display. Like if you run into a bear or a cougar on a trail you stand your ground, raise your arms and shout, it’s the same thing. Drago saying” I’m not afraid of you, but YOU should be afraid of ME”
Eddie Spleens
Eddie Spleens Yıl önce
One of my favorite parts of this movie is how everyone accepts Eret as their own, like letting him fire his own arrow at Stoic’s funeral, and then letting him care for his dragon at the end. I mean imagine switching sides and immediately getting the chief’s dragon
Logan MacDonald
Logan MacDonald 4 yıl önce
I’m so attached to this move because it was the first movie I had ever seen in theaters. I remember seeing the trailer in theaters, and at first being confused at what happened to Hiccup. After seeing the movie and how they actually aged up everybody, and I was very impressed since I had never seen a movie do that.
Phoenix The dutchie
Phoenix The dutchie 3 yıl önce
I forgot how important this series was to my family and it’s bringing tears to my eyes thank you for bringing these amazing memories back to me
SisterGamez 2 yıl önce
After watching cinema wins I appreciate and notice the details and scores and who great movies are and that the animators put so much work in these movies 🎥
Dude McDuder
Dude McDuder 2 yıl önce
I loved how they actually reference and acknowledge the events/characters of the show
Björn Risberg
Björn Risberg 4 aylar önce
Can we just acknowledge how cool hiccup was in this film? All the little bits things hes invented and the sword! Just wow! I want one!
Alex Scriba
Alex Scriba 11 aylar önce
You’re videos on how to train your dragon are honestly up there with my favourite videos on all of TRvid… I think I’ve watched each one at least 10 times! I already loved the movies and your videos have just brought my appreciation of them so much higher! Thank you so much for these videos they really have such a positive impact on my enjoyment of these movies - to the point where watching your video about a movie has become a must to any movie going experience I have! I love the work you do and can’t thank you enough for what you do!
Master Penguin
Master Penguin 4 yıl önce
And now, we reach arguably the most requested video on this channel!
janely94 4 yıl önce
Just in time to be replaced by the request for HTTYD3 xD
Mr1talal2 4 yıl önce
LinuxErohim 4 yıl önce
Sander Klein Breteler
@School Account I think he is referring to this video. How To Train Your Dragon 2...
Austin Boylan
Austin Boylan 4 yıl önce
Måns Olsson MBGY Yeah what’s the teaser referring to? John Wick?
The Racoon child
The Racoon child 2 yıl önce
When Hiccup and toothless fly, I can't help but smile. When there's a joke, I can't help but laugh And when there's sad moment, I can't help but cry. These movies are FREAKING perfect!
Mehmet Erdem
Mehmet Erdem 9 aylar önce
Did y'all know that Hiccups Mother was supposed to be the villain of this movie? They taught about making her even more crazy about dragons and she would even try to steal toothless from Hiccup because he blew off a part of his tail in the first movie. They of course realised that this would anger people and not make a good plot so they changed it.
Kal Jackal
Kal Jackal 3 yıl önce
This is still, and always will be, my favourite movie. ❤️
animefan2015 3 yıl önce
one great thing i love in the scene where Stoick first reunites with Valka is that up until he is able to touch her, you can see that he's shock but also hoping it's real. like he lost her 20 years ago and didn't think he'd be able to see her again in this life. so as he gently places his hand on her cheek you can actually see the relief in his eyes as he realizes he's actually found her after all this time. it's also possibly why he doesn't say anything at all as he walk up to her. and while Gobber saw her as well should say she is present and there, imagine all the emotions rushing through Stoick's mind as he lays his eyes on his wife after 20 year thinking she was dead. if you were in that situation, do you think you'd be able to realize your significant other, who you thought dead for 20 years, was actually there and talking to you? from when he first saw her up until he touched her cheek he couldn't believe that the woman he loved, who he'd long since thought dead, was alive and standing right in front of him.
Nameless Navnløs
Nameless Navnløs Aylar önce
I'm also 100% convinced Toothless was just a young adolescent in the first movie. His design has changed so much since the first movie and he has noticeably grown alongside Hiccup, not to mention Valka says that he's Hiccup's age. I'm.. gonna assume Night Fury lifespans are probably pretty long so it would take them a long time to mature, just like humans. So Hiccup is 20 in this movie, and Toothless most likely is as well, give or take a few months or a year, but I imagine Valka probably would've elaborated if that were the case.. So I'm just gonna take it pretty literally. So.. First movie Toothless was an adorable, grouchy little teenager, and he has become more goofy and mellow in his adulthood, plus the added perk of safety among vikings making him be able to adopt a more relaxed attitude (when not having to protecc his rider ofc). Absolutely adorable.
Kalaam Nozalys
Kalaam Nozalys 4 yıl önce
Can we appreciate how Hiccup just invented a medieval lightsaber ?
Crimson Hunter
Crimson Hunter 4 yıl önce
Kalaam Nozalys
Kalaam Nozalys 4 yıl önce
@Crimson Hunter His flaming sword is basically what a lightsaber would be with less technology.
Kai Creech
Kai Creech 4 yıl önce
Ir's also an incendiary gas weapon, so it's techically got more uses than a lightsaber.
Kalaam Nozalys
Kalaam Nozalys 4 yıl önce
@Kai Creech It does, indeed. Though i'm sure that with some tweaking you can use a lightsaber like a handgrenade >.>
Mint 4 yıl önce
yes we can i love that hiccup is dorky and not a very typical male protaginest but is still overly heroic i love seeing him invent things in rtte
ItsKate 3 yıl önce
The amount of times I've seen this movie, but it never gets old. Love HHTYD.
Jason Campbell
Jason Campbell Yıl önce
I think the part that really sells the reunion scene, is Stoics one line. It's short, but what he says and the way he says it, just gets the tears flowing. Because it sounds like a man who just witnessed the impossible, and that all he wants, all he cares about now, is have her by side once again. Soooooo, fricking good!
Nowmie 3 aylar önce
I was always wondering how much I loved this movie, and I think it's because of the attention to details. From the tiny details in the background, the facial expressions, the scores, the characters, the animation, redemption archs, character developments, And of course, the plot. This movie is just *chefs kiss*
radgy son
radgy son Yıl önce
This film never fails to make me cry and I love it all the same
GraffitiTurtle 3 yıl önce
I just rewatched this entire movie today to refresh my memory before finally seeing The Hidden World and I honestly found myself tearing up at multiple moments throughout. Dreamworks can really make film masterpieces if they want to.
Philippe Henri
Philippe Henri 4 yıl önce
You missed 2 Wins: "I'll bloody his fist with my face" deserve a win, best joke in the movie. Hiccup stealing the black sheep near the end, but giving Astrid the points anyway.
Ferrallezz 3 yıl önce
He gave it a win at: 12:55
Ayan Farah
Ayan Farah 3 yıl önce
He didn't
Beluu :D
Beluu :D 3 yıl önce
@Ferrallezz Yup
Christian B
Christian B 3 yıl önce
True chivalry
Stålis 3 yıl önce
Carissa Loya
Carissa Loya 2 yıl önce
Extra points for the fact that there were two whole series between he two movies and they don’t ignore everything that happened in them while still making it so viewers who didn’t see it didn’t need any catching up or feel like they were missing any information!
CurrentlyCrane 2 yıl önce
The entire section at 8:00 is exactly why I think this movie is so good. Unlike some movies where a scene similar to this would seem farfetched and stupid, it actually makes sense in the context of the film, and so it works. Not to mention that that dread it makes so you feel is honestly so real, and it makes this scene 100% times better.
Guenther Davis
Guenther Davis 3 yıl önce
I've only seen these two movies in bit and pieces, but for me what a stood out the most was stoic's transformation. Across the films we witness him go from verbally disowning hiccup as his son to sacrificing his life for hiccup with no hesitation. It reminded me of how even though my dad and I frequently butted heads he was always there when I needed him.
Juzimagooz 3 yıl önce
Totally forgot the "Take Me" scene with Ruffnut. made me love a side-character i never thought i'd love. :'D
CSMITH_hunt 2 yıl önce
This movie is so magical to me, it is a beautiful piece of art. I watch it and I feel like I am up in the clouds flying! I love it and I’m glad I watched everything great bout it and not the everything wrong with it.
ShadowQuickpaw 4 yıl önce
That scene when Stoic finds Valka again... I will physically beat anyone over the head with it if they try to pull the ol' "Animated movies are just for kids!" crap on me.
Asma Khairul Azman
Asma Khairul Azman 4 yıl önce
ShadowQuickpaw and that song they sing together, man! I could replay that scene over and over
Preston Brower
Preston Brower 4 yıl önce
Oh what it must be like to know you created one of the most heartfelt love scenes in cg animation, only to go and make the most soul-crushing death scene in all of...tears swell...FREAKING...cries... CINEMA...sobs
Twiggs 4 yıl önce
@Preston Brower nope, that saddest scene in animated history is in HTTYD 3, I've seen it and it's got the saddest scene ever.
Tangle No
Tangle No 4 yıl önce
@Twiggs I agree, I was crying buckets at the end. I'm so glad it came out the 1st of February for my country. I was waiting for so long but it was absolutely worth it.
carlotta robbins
carlotta robbins 4 yıl önce
Like that one Thomas Sanders vine, y'know? Thomas: *holds up DVD of "Inside Out"* Hey, you wanna watch this? Kid: No, that movie's for babies. Thomas: ......Okay, how about everyone else? All of Thomas' friends: YEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!! *Moments later: Thomas and friends are all crying watching the movie while the kid is just staring at them*
Cassimfan Yıl önce
A win for me is Stoick's entire process of saving Hiccup. He has come so far that as he running to Hiccup and Toothless, fully aware what Toothless is about to do, he does not consider hurting Toothless. His objective to get BETWEEN them and ultimately his sacrifice protects them BOTH. It would be so easy to throw his axe at Toothless, the Stoick from the first movie likely would have, but not here. It never crosses his mind to hurt Toothless. To top it off, too, when Toothless comes back to himself and sees Stoick lifeless and everyone mourning he doesn't go to Hiccup, he first instinct is to go to STOICK and try to rouse him by nuzzling his hand, AND when Hiccup yells at him Toothless actually looks at Stoick AGAIN before running off, which speaks of a bond between them and how far Stoick has come that in that moment Toothless does not focus solely on Hiccup but much of his attention is on Stoick as well.
anya Yıl önce
I like how he adds more Win Counters to when he says "I mean who does this movie think it is?" This dude is amazing.
Heroica Knight
Heroica Knight Yıl önce
There's a lot of things I want to say about this movie, but the most emotional part that gets me EVERY DAMN TIME is "you're as beautiful as the day I lost you." Following which is Stoic's completely UNEXPECTED AND DEVASTATING death and I'm in tears each time...
JDS 2 yıl önce
I love the level of detailing of valkas mask, it really looks all stitched together if you look closely, and the details on the ice like at 6:19, so many scratches and marks that u would expect with hundreds maybe thousands of dragons (idk) living there over decades
Luke Adams
Luke Adams Yıl önce
Honestly some of my favorite content. You make incredible observations and every time I watch one of these videos it makes me appreciate and enjoy that movie even more. I love how you care so much about each and every movie, it makes these videos so genuine. Its so fun to listen to you talk about some of my favorite movies. Thank you, even though You probably won’t see this since I’m commenting 2 years after this video came out.
Jojo 4 yıl önce
Everything's sad and depressing and then out of nothing: "Thats a face"
Film Score and More
Film Score and More 4 yıl önce
That's the CinemaWins attitude!
Lora ZENTA Brown
Lora ZENTA Brown 4 yıl önce
@Film Score and More Cinemawins for when you need a little optimism Cinemasins for when you want a little pessimism
ana r
ana r 3 yıl önce
"I'm a face"😂
Predator H2O
Predator H2O 3 yıl önce
@Lora ZENTA Brown Why would you ever want pessimism?
Phoebus Apollo
Phoebus Apollo 3 yıl önce
predator H2O whenever you want it 🤷🏻‍♂️
Keschbo 4 yıl önce
Even after I saw the movie like 10 to 15 times I have tears in my eyes at 8:12 ... What a wonderful movie!
J Laws
J Laws 2 yıl önce
Something I always liked in this movie (aside from the cool music) is how they detailed the hair. Whenever there's a character flying, falling, or just in the wind, you can see the hair moving around.
Starr Smith
Starr Smith Yıl önce
Another win with Eret’s character. I think he’s the only one of Hiccup’s antagonist who doesn’t mock Hiccup for his leg and he finds himself standing up to Drago at the end despite being afraid of him before and even participates in honoring Stoick.
James Stevenson
James Stevenson Yıl önce
I honestly think this movie was perfect. I can't find anything wrong with it! The animation, the emotions, the meaning... and they say this is a kids movie!
The Skilless Bot
The Skilless Bot Yıl önce
I grew up watching these trilogy, and.... this is amazing. I NEED TO rewatch them. Also this is my favourite movie out of the trilogy, and Toothless and Hiccup flying at the start of the movie is probably one of the best and my favourite flight scenes EVER. Everytime I hear Jonsi's music I get chills.
Chai 4 yıl önce
Hiccup is like Peter Parker. He doesn’t get to be happy for long periods of time. He finally gets both his parents back here, a chance for everything he ever wanted, but then it’s all taken from him in a matter of minutes. But he continues to do what he knows is right, what he has to do, because that’s his job. Hiccup is always being shit on, just like Peter. And that’s what makes him so interesting. He has an amazing character with flaws that make sense for a character like him. Sure, he always gets it done, but he’s been shit on for most of his life.
SawdEndymon 1312
SawdEndymon 1312 4 yıl önce
Chai great analogy 👍
Ali Hamzah
Ali Hamzah 4 yıl önce
Both of my favourite heroes: Spider-Man and Hiccup
nkbujvytcygvujno 4 yıl önce
Having bad things happen to a character doesn’t mean they have “character flaws.” That’s not what that means.
Hush Child
Hush Child 4 yıl önce
Please never compare Hiccup to Peter Parker again.
cin 4 yıl önce
and yet, through all the shit he goes through, he's still your friendly neighbourhood dragon trainer. just like Peter
Bami & Cheese
Bami & Cheese 2 yıl önce
I love how Drago’s voice is actually scary when he screams. Its pretty terrifying
Mean Angel
Mean Angel Yıl önce
I don't believe, there's an animated movie, to be more underlooked than this. Train, is just perfect!
Debble 3 yıl önce
These movies prove that sometimes sequels are just as perfect as the first. It was truely a trilogy of perfection
Just a 1988 Lamborghini Countach Who Comments
I'd like to point out, the two alpha dragons are kind of symbolic in their own ways. Valka's alpha's horns are more angled down, and less threatening, whereas Drago's alpha has it's horns more angled upwards, it's much more menacing in a way.
Arés Endrial Auditorez
How To Train Your Dragons literally inspired a character I created. Almost 10 years of my character and dragons like this have inspired more and more every day
Janzen Harris
Janzen Harris 4 yıl önce
So one of my favorite things from this movie was something you didnt touch on which surprised me was almost like a role reversal. In the first movie Hiccup struggled to prove to the Vikings that he was good enough to be one of them. In this one Stoick tries to prove that Hiccup is good enough to be Chief a concept Hiccup struggles with before ultimately being forced to take up the role.
Daos219 3 yıl önce
So I'm really happy I found this video. The movie is part of the reason I decided to learn to fly, and I wanted to do it on as much of a budget as I safely could, and found out about paramotors. After flying for almost a year, and knowing pilots who've been flying for MUCH longer, I can safely say getting above the clouds is always truly stunning, and I don't think I will ever get used to it, as pilots who've been flying for close to 20 years still aren't used to it...
Díonadair 2 yıl önce
When I first saw this film, I was 10 or 11. I was not used to seeing character deaths. I legitimately thought Stoick would get back up and say “I told you a little fire can’t stop me.” When he didn’t, it took me more than a little aback. I didn’t know how to process it and I cried during the funeral scene.
Elijah Feinauer
Elijah Feinauer 2 yıl önce
Every scene near the end of Stoic’s death breaks my heart, because my dad is exactly the way he is. I tear up every. Single. Time.
Ratlochet 2 yıl önce
Another thing he missed is the fact that, when Drago's prosthesis gets blasted off, you can clearly see from a shot of an armored dragon before hand that it was one of *his* original charges that blasts it off of him. Oh, the irony! The dragon you used to control with fear, now controls *you* with fear! Certainly a "win" in my book. Such attention to detail!
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