Is How to Tame Your Dragon too frightening for young children?
Answer::: No. Read more below.
Though we still have to go to the theater for the movie, the page link shows everything else a kid could want to celebrate this fabulous movie. How to Tame Your Dragon is a tribute to realizing prejudices, facing our misunderstandings and accepting our disabilities. Entertaining, heartrending and evolutional movie for kids of all ages.
QUESTION::: Is this movie too intense for young children, say five and under.
We went with our four-year-old granddaughter. The intensity of the pests was fierce, especially in the beginning before we settled in to the story. All she was interested in was seeing the dragons. So I made it seem like a night at the fireworks. Just keep telling the children that they won’t let the dragons get hurt. Everyone will be okay. And tell them that Toothless will be okay, too…. you’ll know when.
My opinion in two sentences…. or forty-seven…. below
How to Tame Your Dragon Review
This movie was the best movie for children that I have ever seen. They want the fast and furious these days and How to Tame Your Dragon gives its all. The novelty of these characters is timeless. The dear dragons who have been misunderstood and – oh no, I cannot give it away – for ages and the expectations placed upon them speaks of the world in general.
Like in Tinkerbell, the gift in life of the main character is not understood, even disarmed from them until they flounder for what to do with their life. Now Tinkerbell has been one of my favorite movies of all time, but for life lessons, How to Tame Your Dragon goes beyond. There are discussions to be shared about our life gifts, life purpose, the feeling of prejudice, the fears we have of what we do not understand, the underdogs in life and would we help them, the trials of disabilities.
How to Tame Your Dragon is a learning experience and a timeless movie that I absolutely recommend for your library. Make it a family tradition, children or not.
You may wonder what this movie is doing in the Women’s Fiction Blog. But it is one of the best movies I have seen and I learn more from kid’s movies than adult dramas. So here it is. I rate How to Tame Your Dragon as spiritual fiction, new age fiction and inspirational fiction. Also metaphysical fiction and romance fiction.
Author, A Breath Floats By