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How to Train Your Dragon 2 vs. The Lego Movie

Come one, come all, and join this animation duel! We’re giving away a copy of either How to Train Your Dragon 2 or The Lego Movie, and YOU will decide which. Leave a comment for a chance to win!

As you no doubt know, How to Train Your Dragon 2 was nominated for an Oscar this year, and The Lego Movie was so amazing that they couldn’t include it in the nominations for fear it would destroy any sense of competition! (That’s our story, and we’re sticking to it.)

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We’re giving away a copy of one of these films on Blu-ray/DVD and it will be up to you, dear reader, to decide which will take that honorable spot. Leave a comment on this article with a declaration of which film YOU thought was the best, and if you’re selected as the winner that film will be sent to your doorstep for repeated watching enjoyment! While you’d don’t have the explain why you liked one vs. the other, it’s great to hear the details so please don’t hesitate to give your full report alongside your choice.

You can see the Rules and Regulations page for the technical details, and the contest will close along with the comments on March 15th, 2015 at 11:59PM Eastern Standard Time. Don’t wait until the last minute, leave your comment now!

Please note: Some comments may be caught in the site filter, so if you don’t see it pop up instantly don’t worry, we’ll be sure it gets approved soon.

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