Dragons: Race To The Edge – A Kids Review

Dragons - Race To The EdgeWhen I was asked by Netflix Canada to review the latest series made specifically for Netflix (based on the popular Dreamworks movies How To Train Your Dragon 1 & 2), I didn’t want to just do any ol’ blog. I figured that I had three members of the target audience together under the same roof, so why not ask them to watch the show and give their honest opinions about it? So here’s the deal…Netflix Canada was awesome enough to send me a “care package” for their latest series, Dragons: Race To The Edge. It was completely unexpected and totally awesome!! Here’s what was in the package…

This was the box that I took out of the package. How awesome is this??
This was the box that I took out of the package. How awesome is this??
This is most of what was inside the package. A copy of the map that Hiccup made, some sidewalk chalk, a toy featuring Hiccup and Toothless, and some snacks that were re-labeled to fit the package (Doritos were
This is most of what was inside the package. A copy of the map that Hiccup made, some sidewalk chalk, a toy featuring Hiccup and Toothless, and some snacks that were re-labeled to fit the package (Doritos were “Dragon Scales”, Goldfish were “Dragon Food”, etc.), and even a pretty cool Dragons lunchbox.

So let me just state for the record that my kids were not coached in any way, shape, or form. I simply asked them to watch at least two episodes of Race To The Edge on a Friday night, then I would interview them on Saturday morning. There was no coaching, no preparation, and no asking them to be nice for the sake of being nice.Race to the Edge 1 The following is the actual thoughts from the target audience of this show: kids aged 8 to 12 (give or take a year). This is also my first attempt at video editing, so be gentle… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmvc2spB3sw Thanks, Netflix Canada! This show is definitely another winner from the team that produces original Netflix content and I’m very happy that the kids liked it.  So if you were wondering if this series was worth watching (especially if you were a fan of the two movies), don’t take it from me that it’s a great show. Take it from the kids who actually watched it!Dragons

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