Dragon Rider

I'm a dork. Lizzy, 16.

Anonymous asked: Elsa I just wanted to tell you you're an inspiration to me. Life can always get better and happier no matter what you're struggle I g with inside.

disneyaskblog:

Dear sweet gray face, that makes me happy to know I helped you. Now get out there…

howtotrainyourdragenz:

look at the 4th gif. look at it. look at that range of emotion on Hiccup’s face. he was so angry with Toothless, to the point of physically pushing his best friend away and screaming at him to leave. you see that anger for a few frames, and then it’s gone.

just as Valka says “It’s not his fault,” that’s when it all comes crashing down on Hiccup. right then. his father is gone, and he’s just pushed away the friend who helped make him the man he is. and he knows, even before Valka says it, that it wasn’t Toothless’s fault. but how can he handle that when the father who also helped make him the man he is, is gone? that gif, right there, is when I think Hiccup is the most broken. he’s had his share of hardships before, but this is something beyond anything he’s ever experienced.

god there’s just so much emotion in that few second clip and i can’t get over it don’t look at me

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Anonymous asked: wait what? how is Disney bullying Dreamworks?

vladthehappyfangirlingpsycho:

superwholocknerdherdofsheild:

vladthehappyfangirlingpsycho:

superwholocknerdherdofsheild:

vladthehappyfangirlingpsycho:

itistimetodisappear:

dreamworks set the date for httyd2 in advance. So disney decided to put finding dory in the same week to try and take out their competitor animation company and ensure that they don’t gross a lot from httyd3. Without the money, dreamworks would be in danger of shutting down and so would no longer be a rival to disney. Luckily, dreamworks realised that, and moved the date to 2017. However, this will not only cost extra for dreamworks, it also means that they must keep the hype going for longer, which is difficult. I didn’t realise the animation market was such a dog-eat-dog place. 

Not to mention shortly after HTTYD2 came out, *BAM* all of a sudden Disney comes out with “big hiro” or whatever the hell that crap is. The plot is basically “ a young boy has a creature of not the same species and emotionally bond” GEE I WONDER WHERE THE HELL THEY GOT THAT FROM.

Disney’s been working on Big Hero 6 for a couple years. It wasn’t HTTYD that inspired it. Let’s not throw around false claims like that. If we want the legitimate arguments against Disney to stand we shouldn’t make false ones.

Yeah like maybe they started around 2010. You know, like when the first HTTYD movie came out?

You know it’s based off of a comic book from the 90’s right? Look I really REALLY don’t want to get into this whole ‘Disney vs DreamWorks’ thing. I think it’s stupid. They’re 2 different companies that release different types of movies. Lots of great ones and some bad ones. Yes, I think Disney put Dory there on purpose, but HTTYD was hardly the first movie to have an inventor wiz teenage boy. From what I’ve seen they’re other wise pretty different characters.

Disney has not knowns to do comic book movies, save for Marvel films, which aren’t really there’s. Sorry if I am disturbing you, I am royally pissed at the moment.

I’m not disturbed, I just don’t like this argument in general. Believe me, I’m pissed too, but let’s be mad about what they actually did wrong.

Anonymous asked: wait what? how is Disney bullying Dreamworks?

vladthehappyfangirlingpsycho:

superwholocknerdherdofsheild:

vladthehappyfangirlingpsycho:

itistimetodisappear:

dreamworks set the date for httyd2 in advance. So disney decided to put finding dory in the same week to try and take out their competitor animation company and ensure that they don’t gross a lot from httyd3. Without the money, dreamworks would be in danger of shutting down and so would no longer be a rival to disney. Luckily, dreamworks realised that, and moved the date to 2017. However, this will not only cost extra for dreamworks, it also means that they must keep the hype going for longer, which is difficult. I didn’t realise the animation market was such a dog-eat-dog place. 

Not to mention shortly after HTTYD2 came out, *BAM* all of a sudden Disney comes out with “big hiro” or whatever the hell that crap is. The plot is basically “ a young boy has a creature of not the same species and emotionally bond” GEE I WONDER WHERE THE HELL THEY GOT THAT FROM.

Disney’s been working on Big Hero 6 for a couple years. It wasn’t HTTYD that inspired it. Let’s not throw around false claims like that. If we want the legitimate arguments against Disney to stand we shouldn’t make false ones.

Yeah like maybe they started around 2010. You know, like when the first HTTYD movie came out?

You know it’s based off of a comic book from the 90’s right? Look I really REALLY don’t want to get into this whole ‘Disney vs DreamWorks’ thing. I think it’s stupid. They’re 2 different companies that release different types of movies. Lots of great ones and some bad ones. Yes, I think Disney put Dory there on purpose, but HTTYD was hardly the first movie to have an inventor wiz teenage boy. From what I’ve seen they’re other wise pretty different characters.