How to Train Your Dragon (2010) – Freeing The Night Fury Scene (1/10) | Movieclips



How to Train Your Dragon – Freeing The Night Fury: After taking down a Night Fury, instead of killing it, Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) frees the dragon from his trap.
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Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) is a Norse teenager from the island of Berk, where fighting dragons is a way of life. His progressive views and weird sense of humor make him a misfit, despite the fact that his father (Gerard Butler) is chief of the clan. Tossed into dragon-fighting school, he endeavors to prove himself as a true Viking, but when he befriends an injured dragon he names Toothless, he has the chance to plot a new course for his people’s future.

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TM & © Dreamworks Animation (2010)
Cast: Jay Baruchel
Director: Chris Sanders, Dean DeBlois
Screewriter: Chris Sanders, Dean DeBlois

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46 thoughts on “How to Train Your Dragon (2010) – Freeing The Night Fury Scene (1/10) | Movieclips

  1. yeah you're definitely not a coward if you manage to stand up after that roar….even though you still faints afterward

  2. 1:18 When the music picks up as you see Toothless's stare rip right into the audience, i got chills.

    Those aren't soulless black eyes or empty voids that you see in monsters in other movies. There's an Iris, pupil, and everything. This isn't just some mindless abomination, it's a fully sentient and self aware, living creature.

    And if you want to kill him? You don't just get to pull a trigger and be done with it. NO . You have to stare at him straight in the eye as you kill him slowly and painfully with a knife. You had to endure the shame.

  3. I love how hiccup kept thinking back about killing toothless
    I still can’t believe that there will not be anymore movie series
    It’s so sad the creator of the movies and series decided to end it which is really sad I’m just
    So sad like there’s so much more things they could do more ideas
    I hope the creator of the movie rethinks about his choice and keep the movie going

  4. Alright, everyone is talking about how Hiccup could have easily killed Toothless, but…. Toothless also had the chance to kill Hiccup. He could have done what his ancestors had probably done for years, and killed Hiccup. But he didn’t. It wasn’t a eye for an eye…. If you look more closely, or think from his POV, Toothless isn’t sure wether to kill this human that shot him down…. Because he and Hiccup are both halves of a whole. Toothless was most likely also shunned, and the outcast of the dragons, so he was really Hiccup as a dragon. He looked into Hiccup…. And saw himself.

  5. 1:19
    That was the moment Hiccup realized what these dragons really are. They deserve a life, not to be hunted.
    Through the evolution of Hiccup and Toothless, it gets more emotional. They grow up together, they live free, they have their own family.
    It’s amazing to see what this franchise has done.

  6. Maybe Toothless was pissed at the fact that now he'd die a slow painful death from starvation. Instead of a somewhat quick (er) death from a Viking.

  7. Y'all promise me if you have kids:
    The Top 5 movies your kids should watch:
    1. Lion King 1/2
    2. Ice age 1/2/3/4/5
    3. Cars 1/2/3
    4. Httyd 1/2/3
    5. Madagascar 1/2/3
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    Tb when life used to be easy🥺

  8. When I saw this scene as a kid, I had this music in my head for all my life. Them I watch the film thinking that I had never saw that film, and in that scene I just remembered and started to feel like the first time. Amazing scene

  9. Holy crow the music concepts in just this scene alone! Powell really outdid himself!! There are two themes you hear in this scene, Toothless’ theme and the Viking theme. At the start you don’t hear anything but background music, however, at 1:01 the viking’s theme begins playing as Hiccup convinces himself he is a Viking, and “will kill this dragon”; however at 1:11 Toothless’ theme slowly begins to over power it, as Hiccup realised he can’t kill a dragon. This is my favourite scene in the whole movie just because of those little concepts! If you’ve read this far, thanks for listening I guess 🙂

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