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Firebreather The Movie

Firebreather The Movie - Few things disrupt a homecoming dance like the arrival of two ill-tempered, 120-foot fire-breathing dragons.

On the other hand, it's kind of fun to watch the reactions of the attendees, as long as you're not on the hook for a couple of hundred bucks on that rental tux or shiny gown.

"Firebreather," a new animated movie, tells the tale of Duncan, who would be a normal high school student, your basic new hot guy on campus, if it weren't for the fact his mother once saved the world from an invasion of these dragons - Kaiju - and his father is one of them.

Don't ask how that happened. Please, don't ask.

Duncan just wants to be a normal kid and he looks normal enough so he could pull it off, except for a few genetic markers he inherited from his father. At lunch, for instance, instead of pizza and an energy drink, he eats a plate of coal.

That's to feed his inner firebreather. It still tends to draw stares in the cafeteria.

Duncan soon runs into bigger problems, though, like an epic showdown between humans and Kaiju, who it turns out have been living in caves under the Earth's crust for millions of years and see humans as intruders who are ruining the planet's quality of life.

Humans, naturally, feel the same way about Kaiju, what with the firebreathing and the ability to crush several humans at a time just by stepping on them.

Duncan, with a foot in both worlds, inevitably gets drawn into this dispute, and at the most inconvenient moment. He was just starting to make some inroads with Jenna, who is only like the cutest girl in the entire world, above or below the crust.

Firebreather The Movie

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