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DreamWorks Dragons: Gift of the Night Fury / Book of Dragons Double Pack (Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo + Online Video Game)


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Product Details

  • Format: AC-3, Animated, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, Subtitled, Widescreen, Multiple Formats
  • Language: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese
  • Subtitles: English, French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Dreamworks Animated
  • DVD Release Date: November 15, 2011
  • Run Time: 40 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (124 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005LZW944
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #152,909 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features


- Gift of the Night Fury: Animators’ Corner (Blu-ray Exclusive)
- Ultimate Book of Dragons (Blu-ray Exclusive)
- Hatch a Dragon

Editorial Reviews


Disc 1
:
DreamWorks Dragons: Gift of the Night Fury
- Gobber’s Training Secrets
- Deleted Scenes
- Spot the Difference
- Learn How to Draw a Baby Gronckle
- How to Host a Snoggletog Party (DVD-ROM)
- Previews
- World of DreamWorks Animation


Disc 2:
DreamWorks Dragons: Book of Dragons
- Dragon Lair (DVD-ROM)
- Your Book of Dragons
- 3D Land of the Dragons


Dragons Online Video Game

Use your game card to gain exclusive access to this all-new online video game

- Create your own Viking avatar 
- Learn to train dragons 
- Fight epic dragon battles
  • 14 Battle Arenas
  • 8 Dragon Lairs
  • 4 Legend Games
- Challenge the dragons you loved in the film
- Discover and battle seven never-before-seen dragons
- Earn training and battle badges

Customer Reviews

Please buy this.
MarvelFan115
Love how to train your dragon movies and so do my kids; they are fun movies we will enjoy watching them again and again.
Michael J Reuter
The story, though short, was enjoyable and had a lot of good comedy parts as well as some good action.
JPMetal

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

60 of 65 people found the following review helpful By JPMetal on November 15, 2011
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I received this today and watched it just now. Watching both presentations, then the extras, I have came to my conclussion on this product.

Dragons: Gift of the Night Fury Review:

I'm not going to give away the story, only what I liked and what I didn't. First, I'm a huge fan of the movie, I actually enjoyed Legend of the Boneknapper Dragon (contrary to other reviews on here), and I think it's the most original family flick to come out in years. So when I heard that they were releasing two new features, I was excited, but can I say that now?

The Good:

The first movie I watched was Gift of the Night Fury and in the previews they made it look like that Dreamworks really pinched the penny on the animation, but looks are deceiving, and in all reality it actually wasn't bad. The story, though short, was enjoyable and had a lot of good comedy parts as well as some good action. I like it how they gave Fishlegs a bigger role than in the movie. Oh and yeah, I do got to admit, the baby dragons were cute...there I said it.

The Bad:

(Updated 11.17.11):

Too short! I know they have a budget though, but come on guys, two movies (one 22 minutes/one 18 minutes...correct me if I'm wrong), but it just feels a bit too short.

I rewatched it again and now I really don't mind Toothless appearance. I thought he looked weird, but after I watched it again, they were only a few parts where I thought he looked kind of odd, but I take back what I said. If anything, I didn't like how they had a lot less of Toothless, but it makes sense considering the ending.

Astrid was another problem. She didn't have the girl power like she did in the movie and seemed more like a very watered down version.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By BOOTA-san on December 2, 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Not sure where the confusion comes in play -- these are movie shorts; not full-fledged movies; one could easily check out the time duration posted on the back of the DVD/BD. The material adds to the universe; and I'm thankful for the releases. "The Gift" has top notch production, just like the theatrical movie; it's set up like a 22 minute Christmas special, if one were to add in 7 minutes of commercials as network television, I could easily see this being played down the line on TV as a yearly holiday special, and I hope it does. I thought "Dragon" in general was robbed of it's Oscar last year; and I'm just happy more material is being released. There's a plethera of special features, and all combined easily makes up for a short animated movie in ways. Well worth the $15 it is being sold for.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Sara Chronister on June 20, 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
My 7 year old saved his allowance to buy this because of the online game. There is no online game anymore and I consider this to be fraudulent marketing. There is a card inside the DVD case with a code to play the online game but then it states that the game will be shut down January 2013. Just to double check I went to DreamWorks site and it has indeed been taken down. Since there is no game it seems really expensive to pay this amount ($16 I think) for 2 movies that are roughly 15 minutes each. I am very unhappy.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By fd9000 on January 22, 2012
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
The quality of the shorts: 5 stars
The price: 3 stars
Overall: 5 stars (I'll explain where the extra star come from)

A general complaint is that the features are too short. I may be wrong but I think the complaints come from the price-length ratio. My personal opinion, if this set were $3-5 dollars cheaper or if it has a few more features and a few less ads, I think we would have seen less complaints and a better rating.

Back to the contents, I think Book of Dragons and other extras are some nice gadgets that add to the original movie but Gift of the Night Fury is the real nice feature in this set. Gift of the Night Fury is around 20 mins long (not counting the end credits), so comparing to the more common 5 mins shorts, it is still a rather long short. The short is well made, the graphics are as good as the original movie and the story is interesting. I watched the short for two times and was not bored at all. I am glad that they included the animators' corner, which I could see that they really made effort to make the short good.

OK, here is why I give an extra star. Originally, I was going to give a 4-star but I then realized that Gift of the Night Fury may have given some implications about How to Train Your Dragon 2. At the end of the original movie, we had a 2-minute glimpse of how Berk was like after all the changes took place. In this short, we have a more complete view of the life on Berk "now" and how the characters are interacting. I see it as a even further development from the Legend of the BoneKnapper Dragon. Of course, it contains no hint for the storyline of the next movie. Nevertheless, it shows what probably will be the world or setting for the next movie. Can the next movie has the same general theme as the first?
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J D Chorgison on December 4, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
As a huge fan of the "How To Train Your Dragon" movie, I was definitely looking forward to these two new shorts since I first heard about them earlier this year. Despite the length (I don't know what other people were expecting, I actually had heard these were "shorts," and was only expecting a half-hour episode like "Legend of the Boneknapper), I thought "Gift of the Night Fury" was a fun and heartwarming new little tale from Dreamworks.

The Winter Holiday "Snoggletog" is upon the residents of Berk, and with the conflict between Dragons and Vikings long over, they begin making preparations to enjoy the holidays together. What the Vikings don't expect is for their village dragons to take off in a migration with their wild relatives and leave them all behind. Hiccup, worried about Toothless being unable to come and go like the other dragons can, fashions his friend a new tail that will allow him to fly on his own, but when Toothless also takes off, the holiday begins to look a lot bleaker for Berk...

WHAT I LIKED:

As a story, there were some sweet moments and wonderful character interactions in "Gift of the Night Fury" that I feel do a nice job of building from the movie. With a heavy focus on the strong bond between Hiccup and Toothless, it's a story that, at its core, is about friendship and the kindness it brings, especially around the holidays. Even characters like Astrid and Stoick, who had harsher sides to their personalities throughout the original movie, seem bitten by holiday cheer this time around (I could also be convinced that without the burden of war on their shoulders, they're just happier -- plus at the end of the HTTYD movie there is a whole warmer, kinder side that both of these characters show -- I can buy it).
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Do they have the same voice talent from the movie?
Interesting question. I think it does (from watching the trailer for these shorts.) I have seen the FANTASTIC HTTYD many many times and the voices sound just alike. But if you want compleat comfermation then ask a reviewer in the comments. :)
Nov 22, 2011 by Mrs. B. |  See all 5 posts
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