When Hiccup and Toothless begin sharing stories of their special relationship with their respective families as they prepare for the Snoggletog Festival, it quickly becomes clear that the new generation of Vikings don’t remember the bond between dragon and human. This leads Hiccup to make a plan to celebrate dragons with a grand holiday pageant reminding everyone in New Berk that dragons and humans are forever bonded.
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I was so sad at the last movie, I grew up watching HTTYD and the ending of the last movie made me cry in the movie theater. This show made me feel better about that. We even started a tradition were we leave out tuna fish by our windows during Christmas time for the dragons. When we came down during Christmas morning and the canned fish was gone. My six year old brother was so happy and shocked. Love you guys!
The entire family will sit and watch hiccup and toothless. It’s really a show for everyone. We love it!
I love these movies so much and I’m so happy this came out!! I cried the entire time! It’s so powerful the way they portray the bond! I LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS!!!!!!
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