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As Hiccup fulfills his dream of creating a peaceful dragon utopia, Toothless' discovery of an untamed, elusive mate draws the Night Fury away. When danger mounts at home and Hiccup's reign as village chief is tested, both dragon and rider must make impossible decisions to save their kind.Written by
DreamWorks Animation's fifth follow-up film where characters have been recast, in this case Tuffnut Thorston. The previous ones to have undergone this were Shrek the Third (2007) with Captain Hook, Shrek Forever After (2010) with Farkel, Fergus, and Rumpelstiltskin, Penguins of Madagascar (2014) with Rico and King Julien, and Kung Fu Panda 3 (2016) with Li Shan. See more »
[on a Dragon Trapper ship, in a cage, a dragon roars in frustration; Ivar taps on the cage]
Ivar the Witless:
[Hiccup comes out of the fog wearing his dragon armor and lights up his inferno]
Ivar the Witless:
What are you?
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Like the previous two installments, the movie's title doesn't show up until the very beginning of the main-on-end credits. See more »
I went and saw this movie with my best friend and her two brothers today and I cannot stop thinking about it. It was the best way to end the franchise of my favourite movies since I was eight years old. I'm 17 now, and I still love it as much as I did then. It covers pretty much everything I hoped would happen.
A lot of this movie was focused mainly on Toothless instead of Hiccup and he makes a lot of the decisions in this movie that Hiccup might have made in the first two films. He is also being drawn away from Hiccup after meeting the Light Fury and Hiccup starts to discover who he is without his dragon and also focus on his relationship with Astrid. Both dragon and human make impossible decisions to save their kind.
This movie is very emotional and gives a different vibe to the first two films and includes everything a true HTTYD would want to see. The animation is absolutely amazing, especially in the scenes were Toothless and the Light Fury are falling in love. The soundtrack is also beautiful and fits in well with the scene. There is also good character development, especially for Hiccup and Toothless, of course, and we even see a little more of a significant role in a coupe of the characters we've always known to be comedic relief.
I was very happy with the final film in my favourite movie franchise, and I even cried a little bit in the last ten minutes. It is more dark and mature than the first two films and can therefore be loved by adults as well. Thank you so much, How to Train your Dragon franchise. You changed my life for the better.
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