Animé and Toons
Dragons: Defenders of Berk – Part 1
January 5, 2015 - 14:01
Studios: DreamWorks Animation Television, DreamWorks Animation
Writer(s): William Davies, Dean DeBlois, Chris Sanders, Cressida Cowell (book)
Starring: Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, Craig Ferguson, America Ferrera, Jonah Hill, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, T.J. Miller, Kristen Wiig
Directed by: Dean DeBlois, Chris Sanders
Produced by: Linda Teverbaugh, Mike Teverbaugh
Running Time: 220 minutes
Release Date: July 23 2014
Distributors: Fox Home Entertainment, DreamWorks Home Entertainment
In Dragons: Defenders of Berk, the Vikings the Dark Blue Dragon. They fight against the dragon because he is evil. They use swords and shields to fight the dragon while flying on their own dragons. The Vikings live in the town Berk on an island. Hiccup is missing a leg because he tried to fight another evil dragon. That evil dragon broke his leg. He might have eaten it. Toothless was now better trained in this series.
The Dark Blue Dragon spits dark fire but Hiccup and his friends broke a bridge and the dragon fell in the water. The series was as good as the original movie. There were more adventures than in the film. There were more stories with the evil Vikings than in the movie. They succeeded in defeating the evil dragon and the evil Vikings went to jail at the end.
The music was similar to the one used in the film and was very good. The voice actors in the cartoon were very good. I found that the animation of the characters was similar to the movie. I can’t wait to see part two of the series. I would recommend it to other kids to watch this because they might like it a lot. It’s not too violent for kids. It was very funny to watch. I learned many new things about Vikings while watching this. Their costumes were very good. The dragons were well done. I give Dragons: Defenders of Berk a ten on ten.
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