“How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” Movie Review



Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) and Astrid (America Ferrera) lead their band of misfits, including Toothless, on raids to save captured dragons.

They are very successful in their rescue attempts, but by bringing the rescued dragons back to dragon / human utopia, Berk, they are causing security issues that concerns the Vikings. Berk is becoming too well known, too easy to find, and too difficult to defend.

Dragon slayer, Grimmel (F. Murray Abraham) proves their point when he invades Berk, with a Light Fury female dragon, meant to draw out Toothless so he can kill him. Luckily, Hiccup discovers the invasion in time to save Toothless. Whew!

Deciding that he must finally find the hidden world of dragons his father always talked about plus the need to find a safer place to live……Hiccup (who is now the ruler of Berk) decides to move Berk (which is the people, not the location) to a location closer to the mysterious hidden world, where he and Toothless can continue to search for the hidden world of dragons.

Little does he know that danger is following them…..

To see what happens in this, the last of the trilogy movie….you will have to go see it. 🙂

“How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” is a terrific ending (we hope) to the “Train Your Dragon” trilogy. Unlike others who say it is bittersweet, I disagree….it is fantastic and it explains exactly why we have no dragons flying around. The computer graphics are vivid, colorful, and realistic. The story is linear and exciting with familiar characters and a formidable new villain.

The little kids in the audience loved it! As did the adults. 🙂

Go to IMDb for more information.


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