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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby LoveBeingPrey » Fri Mar 26, 2010 10:12 pm

Just got back from seeing it, and it is very nicely done. There are plenty of maw shots and there is a vore scene with a huge dragon eating a small dragon. Toothless also gets fed fish, regurgitates it and motions Hiccup to eat it. Hiccup takes a bite and Toothless then swallows telling him to swallow. All in all it's a good movie I recommend it highly.
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Chevys-n-Vore » Sat Mar 27, 2010 1:07 am

Welcome to the site then!

And I plan to see it tomorrow *clock says 12:00* er..... Today.... o.O
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Bannor » Sat Mar 27, 2010 2:01 am

Chevys-n-Vore wrote:And I plan to see it tomorrow *clock says 12:00* er..... Today.... o.O

I have a VCR that's said 12:00 since I got it. :silly:

Been hearing good things about it but I'll wait for the DVD.
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby nobody25 » Sat Mar 27, 2010 3:23 am

LoveBeingPrey wrote:Just got back from seeing it, and it is very nicely done. There are plenty of maw shots and there is a vore scene with a huge dragon eating a small dragon. Toothless also gets fed fish, regurgitates it and motions Hiccup to eat it. Hiccup takes a bite and Toothless then swallows telling him to swallow. All in all it's a good movie I recommend it highly.
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Arkain » Sat Mar 27, 2010 11:37 pm

I just saw it. Its cute.. lovebeingprey summoned it quite well. That really is the only vorish part of the movie. Great flying scenes..Wish I saw it in 3-D. Have to say, I too agree, wait for the DVD.
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby ichbinich » Sun Mar 28, 2010 5:03 am

Saw it yesterday, loved it :3
Too bad the cinema's 3D sucked though...ruined the flying scenes for me :'(
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Tril » Sun Mar 28, 2010 8:33 am

You then got some 'almost vacuum vore', where the giant dragon tries sucking in Astrid and her mount, but of course fails due to interruption :(
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Professor D » Sun Mar 28, 2010 2:54 pm

This movie was adorable. I loved it. I wanted to cuddle everything in it.
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Staple » Sun Mar 28, 2010 3:49 pm

Agreed. Though I usually don't watch movies that stress the cute and cuddly, this was a huge exception. Plus I know Dreamworks typically does a good job.

I loved how Toothless could shift from cute to ominous in a split second.
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Crownflame » Sun Mar 28, 2010 4:44 pm

Yeah, I just saw it.

EPIC. Fabulous. Loveable.

And keep in mind, I'm generally a book purist. This doesn't match up much with the book, but pays it such respectful homage that it stands brilliantly on its own. It used the book as a great jumping-off point- and let's face it, Hiccup was destined for greater things. XD

There's a bit of vorish dialogue that didn't get mentioned on this thread, but nothing major.

If you're into art/ storytelling and love great animation (such as Miyazaki), I suggest you see this one. The 3D is FABULOUS, too. You feel like you're there, with these massive beasts... Great atmospheric effects and such. XD
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Tril » Sun Mar 28, 2010 6:02 pm

Toothless is modeled after Stitch.

IT CANNOT BE UNSEEN!
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Chevys-n-Vore » Sun Mar 28, 2010 11:39 pm

@ Tril

There's a couple other Lilo and Stitch references as well. You know what they are?
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby MichaelGrey » Mon Mar 29, 2010 4:46 pm

Chevys-n-Vore wrote:@ Tril

There's a couple other Lilo and Stitch references as well. You know what they are?


I caught one. Trolls eating only the left shoe. XD

I saw it yesterday. Excellent, EXCELLENT. It really was very well done! It's probably only a matter of time until somebody makes fanart or a fan story about it.

...goddamit, I hate it when this happens. Thank you SO much Vore. Thank you SO much for simply existing, and for your future-screwing-up of the entire bloody message and philosophy of the movie, the same way you did to Digimon, Pokemon, every freakin' Disney franchise ever made, the list goes on. THANK...YOU...SO...MUCH.

...well, at least I won't have to put up with it much longer.
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Chevys-n-Vore » Mon Mar 29, 2010 6:45 pm

Why won't you have to put up with it any longer?

And you got it with the left shoe thing.
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby MichaelGrey » Mon Mar 29, 2010 6:50 pm

Chevys-n-Vore wrote:Why won't you have to put up with it any longer?

And you got it with the left shoe thing.


Well, I've got some things I need to put to rest. Some demons that need to be exorcised still through stories. But once they're gone, it's gonna be "Adios, Aryion.com".

I just always get so friggin' depressed over what Vore does to the franchises I love and the new series or movies I come to enjoy. It always seems to bastardize the point or message behind them. The central theme's always royalled fucked.

...IN THE ASS.
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Generationslayer » Mon Mar 29, 2010 7:05 pm

i saw some where it got 3 1/2 stars...not bad at all.

still going to wait for the DVD though, not going to sit in theaters with a bunch of kids or guys wanting a vore scene XD jk jk
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Cicatrix_Manet » Mon Mar 29, 2010 7:31 pm

ParKourDragon wrote:as said on previous post, can take ages, but there are the main types, draco occidentalis magnus, draco africanus, all those. yes dragons are not real, but they are known to be a particular type as the stereotypical one when people think of them is the draco occidentalis magnus. im not good at describing, so i wont, admittidly, how they may act might be correct, or close anyway, but as stated in many books, even if have them from eggs, 99% cannot be trained.


A socially functional life. You require one sir. :lol:
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby ichbinich » Tue Mar 30, 2010 4:30 am

Cicatrix_Manet wrote:
ParKourDragon wrote:as said on previous post, can take ages, but there are the main types, draco occidentalis magnus, draco africanus, all those. yes dragons are not real, but they are known to be a particular type as the stereotypical one when people think of them is the draco occidentalis magnus. im not good at describing, so i wont, admittidly, how they may act might be correct, or close anyway, but as stated in many books, even if have them from eggs, 99% cannot be trained.


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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Professor D » Tue Mar 30, 2010 4:35 am

If dragons are anything, they're the product of international mythology. Depending on which corner of the planet you visit, dragons can be just about anything. In Japan they're essentially fish.
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby ParKourDragon » Tue Mar 30, 2010 1:45 pm

ok i admit i was stupid, i went to see it, and it was actually ok, so i regret all i said and wish i could take it all back. so sorry, i will not look at this again.

but addressed to Cicatrix_Manet, this was when i was young, very young, and when i thought they did exist. in the last 10 years i have completely changed, i am always active and with mates doing parkour, i have a good social life.

but once again, sorry about what i posted, and can we please leave this?
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