Dora and the Lost City of Gold
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Movie Info & Cast
- Benicio Del Toro
- Madelyn Miranda
- Dee Bradley Baker
- Malachi Barton
- Sasha Toro
- Marc Weiner
- Eva Longoria
- Michael Peña
- Joey Vieira
- Pia Miller
Did You Know?
- In October 2017, it was announced that Michael Bay would be directing.
- When Dora and her friends are outside the city gates, the moon in the sky is half-full. When they enter, it's completely full.
- [Opening promotional disclaimer]
- Swiper: Everything you are about to see is true. Except that foxes don't swipe. That is a hurtful stereotype. Brought to you by... The Fox Council of America. Thank you. Gracias.
Atom User Reviews
Absolutely hilarious for adults who grew up with Dora. Movie is sure to poke fun at source material and create its own jokes along the way. Actors were good. Cinematography was ok. All in all a fun and humorous movie.
Watch another movie.
Even though it suffers from tonal and narrative inconsistencies, Dora and the Lost City of Gold deserves just enough praise for working as a gateway action/adventure exotic exploration movie for kids to eventually get into Indiana Jones, while sporting a central performance that’s effortlessly charming and instantly lovable enough to almost carry the entire project.
Not very funny and never especially touching, this Dora feels dispiritingly perfunctory — a two-hour babysitting tool that leaves little impression.
In essence, every dramatic goal is achieved far too easily, every opponent is ultimately made of straw. The characters are never truly challenged, as if the filmmakers are afraid that any credible peril might prove too frightening for some little kid.