How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

Genre:  Action/Adventure, Animation, Family
Running Time:  104 min.
In theatres: February 22, 2019
DVD: May 21, 2019
Blu-ray: May 21, 2019
Digital: May 7, 2019

Current rating: Rating: 4.51
based on 116 votes and 28 reviews
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Cast: Jay Baruchel, America Ferrera, Cate Blanchett, Gerard Butler, Craig Ferguson, Jonah Hill, Kristen Wiig, F. Murray Abraham, Kit Harington, Christopher Mintz-Plasse


Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) and Toothless finally discover their true destinies: the village chief as ruler of Berk alongside Astrid, and the dragon as leader of his own kind.  As both ascend, the darkest threat they’ve yet faced—as well as the appearance of a female Night Fury dragon—will test the bonds of their relationship like never before. 

Director: Dean DeBlois
Studio: Universal Pictures
Producer(s): Bonnie Arnold, Bradford Lewis
Screenplay: Dean DeBlois
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  • 2 stars "Very boring! The firs one was great! Not worthy watching the second one."
  • 5 stars "There are VERY few movies that truly deserve five stars. This is one of those! Reviews in technical, entertainment, and fan contexts have been wonderful. Rotten Tomatoes gives a 92 rating. Everything about HTTYD: The Hidden World is first-class. The animation is spectacular! Underlying the sophisticated animation is beautifully rendered artwork. The lighting is exquisite, conveying interior scenes and outside scenes across changing times of day with compelling realism. Much research went into the tools, clothing, housing, boat construction, etc. of Iron Age Vikings. The historical authenticity contrasts marvelously with the fantastic capabilities of the different dragons. The screenplay is masterly and fast-paced, giving the marvelous voice actors a showcase worthy of their experience. Continuity from scene to scene in so smooth and logical, unlike so many modern films. There's lots of humor situation-based humor. There's lots of "action." There is NO vulgar language, graphic violence, and thankfully, no gratuitous sex (also banes of modern movie-making). Composer John Powell's score varies from soaring and deeply touching, and pop artist Jonsi's theme song "Together from Afar" really captures the outcome of the story. The values of entire trilogy, based roughly on an exciting series of books for teens by Oxford-educated English author Cressida Cowell, are as lesson for folks of all ages."
  • 5 stars "Really enjoyable!"