How To Train Your Dragon 3 The Hidden World - The Fitting Finale?

After almost a decade, the successful film franchise of How To Train Your Dragon will finally have its conclusion with The Hidden World. Based on the series of book by Cressida Cowell, the franchise has also produced TV and streaming series that complemented the films. Now that everything is coming to place, it is fitting for it close with a epic ending.

Hiccup and Toothless has been the best buds throughout the years and seems inseparable. But they do need to grow up and make a bold move to save the village and the dragons who are still constantly hunted. This time they will face Grimmel who aims to get rid of all dragons.

The movie has progressed from the goal of befriending dragons to save and train them in their town of Berk. Hiccup has also grown drastically with the events of the last film. Though it is still OK if you haven't watched the filler episodes which are mainly for side entertainment and added detail to them.

We also get to see Toothless' love interest the Light Fury. Personally she came in a little late, since it would be a great teaser if she had a spot on the second one. Nevertheless she finally fills the heart of our favorite dragon and made the Night Fury romantically ridiculous. 

Visually appealing like the second one, HTTYD3 caps off gracefully with a ending fit for dragons and vikings. Despite the destruction and fire, they find themselves soaring high on their wings and got immersed in the hidden world.

How To Train Your Dragon 3 The Hidden World stars Jay Baruchel, America Ferrera, Cate Blanchett, Craig Ferguson, Gerald Butler, and F. Murray Abraham.  Directed by Dean DeBlois, now showing in cinemas.

Deliberation time kids! 

Film summary: How To Make Your Finale Epic

Quotable quote: “Thank you” - Hiccup

Technical Effects: 5 out of 5 stars (It maybe fast-paced, but the details in design are stunning)

Plot: 4 out of 5 stars (A happy ending is expected but also the final scenes are moving)

Acting and Actors: 4 out of 5 stars (Gerald Bulter as Stoick in flashbacks made an impact as he is a really pillar character) 

Pros:  Effects, details, dragons
Cons: Grimmel, some predictable scenes

Music and Soundtracks:  4 out for 5 stars (Music by John Powell who worked on all 3 films made an awesome job with the music and score.) 

Overall: Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars (A fitting ending to the viking and dragon adventures, it might not have been edgy but provided the necessary conclusion that everyone will enjoy.)

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