How to Train Your Dragon : The Hidden World

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Now chief and ruler of Berk alongside Astrid, Hiccup has created a  gloriously chaotic dragon utopia. When the sudden appearance of female Light Fury coincides with the darkest threat their village has ever faced, Hiccup and Toothless must leave the only home they’ve known and journey to a hidden world thought only to exist in myth. As their true destines are revealed, dragon and rider will fight together-to the very ends of the Earth-to protect everything they’ve grown to treasure.


Jay Baruchel 
as Hiccup

America Ferrera 
as Astrid

Cate Blanchett 
as Valka

Kit Harington 
as Eret

Craig Ferguson 
as Gobber

F. Murray Abraham 
as Grimmel

Gerard Butler 
as Stoick

Jonah Hill 
as Snotlout Jorgenson

Christopher Mintz-Plasse
as Fishlegs
Kristen Wiig 
as Ruffnut


How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World is a fantastic, visually stunning and poignant way to end this beloved trilogy.


January 16, 2019 | Rating: 9/10 |
Hope Corrigan
IGN Movies
 Top Critic

All told, by the time How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World nears the end of its Harry Potter-esque closing trajectory, in which Hiccup must learn how to let go, the bittersweet result will have audiences finding it equally hard to say goodbye.


January 2, 2019 |
Michael Rechtshaffen
Hollywood Reporter
 Top Critic

“How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” packs the emotional heft of the dozen or so years it has taken to get this far, tracking the loss of one parent, the discovery of another, and several momentous lessons in bravery and loyalty along the way.


January 2, 2019 |
Peter Debruge
 Top Critic

Writer-director Dean DeBlois caps his emotionally intelligent adaptation of the Vikings-and-dragons book series with an enjoyable, beautiful story of destiny and freedom.


January 2, 2019 |
Robert Abele
 Top Critic

“The Hidden World” strikes a bittersweet chord in reminding its young audience that all good things – including the age of dragons – must come to an end.


January 2, 2019 | Rating: B |
Michael Nordine
 Top Critic

Excellent, emotive and full of action,

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