Atom User Reviews for How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
A fantastic final installment to a series we've been enjoying for almost a decade. It's action-packed and full of laugh out loud moments. It brought more than a few tears to my eyes, too.
Where can I find me my very own toothless?? Had me tearing up more then once! The Movie was a tad slow in the beginning but well worth the wait as the movie goes on.
Absolutely disappointing, movie was garbage compared to the last two, you can wait to stream it online, save your money
Amazing conclusion to my childhood series
Such a wonderful movie!
I’ve never seen something so beautifully animated, great job to dreamworks and the whole team for bringing this amazing story to life!
My boyfriend got me into this series when he showed me the first HTTYD and when we saw the second one I was completely hooked! After we had owned both in Blu-ray it was only right to go see the 3rd one and boy am I excited for this movie to come out in blue ray as well! I absolutely loved it! Left me in tears! Thank you to every single person involved in this movie’s production because I was nothing but happy watching this movie and enjoying every minute of it!
I couldn’t tell if I was watching #2 or #3. It was the same plot but with a different name on the bad guy, now with even less of a motive fueling him!
great movie. it's a love story between dragons. if you liked the first two movies, you'll love this one.
Movie was absolutely amazing and a real tear jerker !
Too many moments with dragon noises
It was everything!
A great ending to fantastic series! Definitely with the wait.
I loved the 3 movies. Its my favorite series of movies out there. The animation and soundtracks are a great fit for the story. Fun and emotive.
was just very well put together recommend this movie 100%
such a wonderful movie......Great ending
We loved it! I think I enjoyed it more than my 3 year-old daughter! Great end to the story!
Completely botched what could have been an epic conclusion. T.J Miller was noticeably and sadly missed
Loved it! My girls and husband thought it was great too. We will definitely be adding it to our movie collection!
Loved it! Fun for all ages without the suggestive adult humor. All 3 are quality pictures.
it was more of a love story. not action.
Hwartwarming story. Great ending.
It was awesome
Such a great movie! Touching and funny and the ending was perfect!
Beautiful way to end the story. bring some tissues they'll be needed.
my 4 year old was entertained!!!
Best out of 3
It has the perfect ending, but sad to see it wnd
I've seen 1 see and second in theatre and this was highly disappointing compare to them. No pumping chases or action like first and second.
Great additoon to the series. Very fun movie.
I. felt it tried to keep with the feel of the original.
Beautiful story & Good story moral! Great graphics too!
annoying lights were on and the screen was small.
Visually stunning, laugh out loud funny at times, and an underlying message about responsible pet ownership.
Great end to the trio loft!
Fantastic Movie.. Definitely a see again over and over movie
I loved it but honestly it fell short for me. Seemed more like they were focused on tying up the series than making a great movie.
Great storyline. The previews didn't give it all away. Try watching in 3D
It’s the best movie out of all of them. You get to see sides of Toothless and Hiccup you didn’t see before <3
Most important movie out rn
Really slow but good ending
Visual and audio treat
Amazing movies. Great for the kids
Toothless is awesome :D
great Family movie! we loved it!!
so cute! my son and I loved it.
As DeBlois engineers this tale towards an expectedly exciting and poignant conclusion, one realizes how well that cleverly misdirecting title How to Train Your Dragon has morphed from literal to figurative, from being about command and obeisance to handling the turmoil within.
Pulling off a rare three-peat, How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World is a tender, spirited coming-of-age CG-animated feature that proves every bit as emotionally resonant and artistically rendered as its 2010 and 2014 predecessors, if not even more so.
Here, the visuals outdo anything we’ve seen before, to such a degree that we might almost overlook the subtler innovations in the character animation: the nuances of expression on both the human and reptilian faces, and the wonderful nonverbal tactics these artists use to convey emotional intricacies neither Hiccup nor Toothless have had to communicate before, all of which pays off in an unforgettable final scene.