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Found this on netflix after me and my kid (6) have been playing dragon quest builders 2 for a few weeks. It was cool to hear the same music and reactions in the movie as in the game.
We both really enjoyed this movie.
I thought the animation was really high quality even though some reviewers said it was bad.
I'm not sure about the ending and the message it sends (same in the game) but it didn't stop us from wanting to watch it again!
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