In the final installment of Dreamworks’ trilogy, the film directed Dean DeBlois sees the inhabitants of Berk as now proficient dragon riders and fighters, having lived with their dragons for six years. Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) is now the village chief with power and prestige, though he still looks to Astrid (America Ferrera) and his friends for advice. However, when dragon trafficker Grimmel (F. Murray Abraham) targets the citizens of Berk, he forces them to make heartfelt decisions they never thought they would as they join forces to beat this newfound foe.~Clare Perez-Izaguirre Lopez
F. Murray AbrahamGrimmel
Robin Atkin DownesAck
Julia EmelinGriselda the Grevious
Olafur Darri OlafssonChaghatai Khan
James SieSpitelout, Ivar the Witless
David TennantToothless, Lightfury
John PowellComposer (Music Score)
John K. CarrEditor
Pierre-Olivier VincentProduction Designer
Chris SandersExecutive Producer
Dean DeBloisExecutive Producer
Al NelsonSound/Sound Designer
Randy ThomSound/Sound Designer
Rick HromadkaSound/Sound Designer
Line K. AndersenAnimator
Brian ChumneySupervising Sound Editor
Gary RizzoRe-Recording Mixer
Leff LeffertsSupervising Sound Editor
Shawn MurphyRe-Recording Mixer
Action and Adventure,Adventure,Childrens and Family
The third steelbook in the trilogy finishes the set off nicely. The cover art is well done. Enjoyed the film and happy to have it in my collection.
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I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
How to train your dragon (the hidden world)
Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
One of the best movies for all children ages.
The conclusion of the saga that started it all with excellent special effects and a lot of action with an excellent story line.
Recommend 100% for the whole family especially if you watch it in 4k format to appreciate all the vivid details not seen in dvd or blue ray format.
Great movie for the entire family. Adults and kids alike get the chance to see some incredible Animation. Some good life lessons examples are presented with encouraging youth to make and take positive risks in helping and serving others.
(Viewed on 65in LG OLED) There's a slight uptick in detail over the 1080p feeling a little on the soft side.. The Dolby Atmos track is a little shallow but serviceable. The real panty dropper here is the HDR which brings the fire to life in some scenes. Black levels are deep. Bot a disappointment but could have been better compared to titles like Despicable Me.