How to Train Your Dragon 3: The Hidden World

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How to Train Your Dragon 3: The Hidden World

https://m.imdb.com/title/tt2386490/

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https://m.imdb.com/title/tt2386490/

https://m.imdb.com/title/tt2386490/

Valerie Morales, Staff Writer

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How to Train Your Dragon 3: The Hidden World is the last installment of the How to Train Your Dragon trilogy. The movie begins with Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) and his rescue group saving multiple dragons from people who want to hurt and kill the dragons. This rescue caused Gobber (Craig Ferguson) to tell Hiccup that all of the rescuings might have a bad effect on the dragons safety on their land. 

In hopes of not spoiling the movie for everyone reading, there are some notable things from this movie that should be discussed in a positive way. If you are looking for a movie with extraordinary art, then this is an amazing family movie to watch. The animation in this movie was absolutely beautiful. The work was stunning from scene to scene. The animation on Toothless’ scales alone was enough to send me through the rooftops. In addition to the glorious animation, the music chosen for the emotional scenes caused chills to go up my spine. Nevertheless, the animation and music in this movie were phenomenal, if that’s what you were truly excited for in this movie.

For the people who don’t really care about the animation or music, but more about the writing of the film, then you’re in luck since the writing was able to show all the emotion needed or wanted from the audience. The writing was hilarious to say the absolute least. I normally just smile during movies when a joke is told, but this movie made me laugh until my stomach hurt. The movie wasn’t all smiles, though. There was a quote from the movie that moved me to tears. The quote was along the lines of, “I always thought about the world I wanted, but I never thought about the world you needed.” The franchise may not have ended the way everyone would like, but when I say it was a piece of art, I truly mean it. Of course, it being a family movie might make some people a little skeptical on whether or not the film is actually good. If you’re wondering if it’s worth it, try it and see if it’s your type of film.

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