Having spent most of her life exploring the jungle with her parents, nothing could prepare Dora for her most dangerous adventure ever: high school. Always the explorer, Dora quickly finds herself leading Boots, Diego, a mysterious jungle inhabitant, and a ragtag group of teens on a live-action adventure to save her parents and solve the impossible mystery behind a lost Inca civilization.Written by
After all 5 characters climb out of the quick sand they are all covered in quick sand. In the following scene, all 5 are clean with no evidence of any quicksand on their clothes. See more »
[Opening promotional disclaimer]
Everything you are about to see is true. Except that foxes don't swipe. That is a hurtful stereotype. Brought to you by... The Fox Council of America. Thank you. Gracias.
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Part of the closing credits has Dora, Diego, Sammi and Randy at the school dance. See more »
The opening MRC logo varies by print, depending on the Valence Media byline fading in or not at all. See more »
OK, so I'm too old to watch this, but it looked soooo cute. It was. Made for the kiddies. No swear words, no sex, no nudity, no extreme violence. Looked almost like all the females were wearing body armor to make sure there was nothing pointy. Many of the characters were caricatures, and that was alright, it's based on a cartoon. My few gripes were from an adult perspective. It could have had a little more overt humor. It had quite a bit, but it was toned down. And - ok, it's fantasy, but the ending in the temple stepped over the line on silly. Target audience: 13 to 16, and they achieved that by making Dora suddenly 18ish. Oh, and Boy! did she have a pound of pancake on. The persistent close-ups really highlighted that. Oh well, little stuff. Lightweight fluff. Thumbs up.
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