|This is how you name|
I am pleased to report that the sequel to How to Train Your Dragon has properly followed this sacred guidance and, in spite of its difficulty to say, appended the unambiguous numeral "2" to the title when naming their sequel.
Unfortunately, this is where the movie's wholesome values end.
The writers of this film did not have the decency to copy and paste the previous film's script, use find-and-replace on certain keywords, and pepper segments with irrelevant references to the first film as if it were inane fan fiction. Indeed, the story seems to have violated the whole formula; taking on a life of its own in a grotesque display of unwarranted creativity.
This is unforgivable.
|Family shows must be stupid for|
the sake of the kids and have
meaningless pop culture satire
for the sake of lemurs.
What's worse, the show neglected to nourish children's minds with the wholesome intellectual stimulation of fart jokes, or cheap slapstick -- the essentials of a child's mental diet! This movie even had the nerve to make a few of the characters nuanced people with flaws and virtues and the ability to learn from their mistakes and grow as individuals.
This is how far society is sinking. Movie theaters are playing this kind of filth for our children. They're trying to push their Quality Entertainment Agenda on us and poison the precious minds of the future.
It makes me sick.
|It makes Shrek sick, too.|
|Who dares to entertain the almighty Aku?|