In this movie, Hiccup is a great hero, and I was very saddened by how his life ended up, but I found how they depicted Asnith (is that it?) as a ruthless, jerk, who fell for him so suddenly that it didn't make any sense, pointless. As a girl I like a good, strong, female role model in my movies, but Asnith, besides being strong, didn't really have good traits. She was very shallow, as were her friends at the training camp, because, as she soon finds out, they only like her for her accomplishments. Soon, when Hiccup begins to get better they leave her all alone at her own table.
Asnith besides, this was a very good movie. Some action sequences, especially the large explosion at the end, will scare some children. I was shocked at the end when we found out that Hiccup's leg was blown off in the explosion and he was using a creepy wooden prosthetic. However, this movie shows that you can overcome any obstacle whether it's a broken wing or a lost leg. I loved how the story circled around again, with Hiccup and the dragon both having prosthetics.
Some parents might be a little shocked about how Hiccup's father treats him. How he is ashamed of his son's lack of strength. But we all must remember Mulan and 'you have dishonored me'. Horrible parents come up in all sorts of movies.